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Thu, Apr 15


Online Via ZOOM


How long does it take for new medical knowledge to enter medical practice? Are current teaching methods becoming expensive and obsolete? We will explore how medical education will change in the future.

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Time & Location

Apr 15, 2021, 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM PDT

Online Via ZOOM

About the Event


5:00: Networking

5:15: Startup Presentations:

  1. Kela Health - Alan Young, MD, MBA, Head of Clinical Partnerships 
  2. MyMOC - Ian Madom, MD MBA, Co-Founder, and CSO 
  3. RiskAverse - Kaushik Viswanathan, CEO & Co-Founder 

6:00: Keynote 1: 

Chase DiMarco, MD, Ph.D., MBA. Podcaster, Author, Content Creator, Speaker.

Dr. DiMarco is an advocate for affordable education, active learning education methods, and the utilization of technology and competency-based systems in healthcare education. He is a business development professional with an MBA in Healthcare Administration from Western Governors University, a Ph.D. in Educational Psychology from Capella University, and an MD from Saint James School of Medicine. He was also awarded Top 100 Visionaries in Education in 2020 from GFEL.

6:20: Keynote 2: 

Danish Bhatti, MD. Associate Professor of Neurology, University of Nebraska

Dr. Danish Bhatti is a Movement Disorders Neurologist and teaches physicians internationally. Dr. Bhatti directs an online mini-fellowship in Movement Disorders since 2017. He is the founding director of the International Neurology program at the University of Nebraska Medical Center with an observer-ship and visiting scholars program. He has been recognized with International Best Teacher Award from the Pakistan Society of Neurology and Impact in Education for Innovative practices award, a campus-wide award at UNMC. He is the co-director of the comprehensive Parkinson Disease Program with a multidisciplinary clinic. As a member of the Parkinson study group Dr. Bhatti participates in many multi-center clinical trials for PD and has a strong collaboration network with many PD researchers across campus and at UNO including pharmacology and biomechanics.

6:40: Networking

7:00: Adjourn

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