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Date: 6/8/2018
Computer scientist Larry Smarr and osteopathic physician Michael Kurisu present a vision for healthcare that combines the best of allopathic and osteopathic medicine by using a more personalized, hands-on, systems-based approach to treating patients. They demonstrate this proof of concept with details on how Smarr diagnosed his own Crohn's disease by using blood and stool tests to track changes in his body. And when the symptoms became too severe, Smarr collaborated with his surgeon, Sonia Ramamoorthy, MD, to plan the operation based on 3D images of his organs created at his research institute, Calit2 at UC San Diego. Kurisu then introduces Project Apollo, a group of patients inspired by Smarr who are collecting their own data to develop personalized treatments for their particular conditions.

Date: 9/22/2017
Robert Bjork, Distinguished Research Professor in the UCLA Department of Psychology, shares insights from his work as a renowned expert on human learning. Bjork has been studying learning and memory for more than four decades.

Date: 8/25/2017
Robert Bjork, Distinguished Research Professor in the UCLA Department of Psychology, shares insights from his work as a renowned expert on human learning. Bjork has been studying learning and memory for more than four decades.

Date: 8/4/2017
Dr. T. Mike Hsieh joins host Dr. David Granet to discuss the change in Testosterone over a lifespan.

Date: 7/13/2017
Why do some people thrive well into old age while others falter, become ill or die young? What can you do to increase the odds that you will live a long and healthy life? Dr. Howard S. Friedman discusses his research, including positive traits and characteristics that lead to longevity as well as emerging findings busting common myths about healthy aging. This lecture is part of the Frank B. Roehr Memorial Lecture Series, which was established by Mr. Roehr's daughter, Suzanne Angelucci, to inform the public on topics associated with the power of humor and positive thinking.

Date: 5/22/2017
Medical oncologist Daniel Vicario, co-founder of the San Diego Cancer Center, talks about his pioneering research in integrating Western medicine with ancient healing techniques as he develops comprehensive treatment plans for his patients. In this conversation with Paul J. Mills of UC San Diego, Dr. Vicario gives examples of treatments that have led to a decrease in symptoms, fewer doctor visits and a higher quality of life for those who are responsive to holistic cancer care. Recorded on 03/22/2017.

Date: 3/17/2017
Rev. Denah Joseph, Chaplain and Associate Director UCSF Palliative Care Service, reflects on the positive effects of connecting the seriously ill patient with nature.

Date: 2/9/2017
J. Craig Venter, founder, chair and CEO of the J. Craig Venter Institute and co-founder of two private genomics companies, recounts his breakthroughs in genome sequencing and shares new research on fighting cancer tumors with personalized vaccines. Venter is presented by the Altman Clinical and Translational Research Institute at UC San Diego.

Date: 11/25/2016
ISHAR promotes interdisciplinary collaboration by offering an open access platform where everyone can share their studies and research. Ryan Castle explains how it gives researchers, practitioners and volunteers a space to work together to brainstorm and share the work in integrative studies. Recorded on 09/10/2016.

Date: 11/3/2016
For the past several years, UCSF Osher Center for Integrative Medicine Research Fellow Dr. Eve Ekman has been collaborating with her father, Dr. Paul Ekman, and the Dalai Lama on their "Atlas of Emotions" project, based on a survey of 248 leading emotion researchers and their consensus about five universal emotions: enjoyment, sadness, disgust, anger, and fear. The Drs. Ekman present their findings on this groundbreaking project.

Date: 10/10/2016
The Sages & Scientists Symposium presents "Genetics, Epigenetics, and Neuroscience" with Deepak Chopra, MD, of UC San Diego School of Medicine; and Rudolph Tanzi, PhD, Professor of Neurology at Harvard University and Director of the Genetics and Aging Research Unit at Massachusetts General Hospital. Joining them is Jonathan Rosand, also a Professor of Neurology at Harvard Medical School. Recorded on 09/10/2016.

Date: 10/3/2016
The Sages and Scientists Symposium presents a panel of experts led by physicist and popular science author Leonard Mlodinow exploring how creativity in music and the arts leads to wellbeing. Recorded on 09/11/2016.

Date: 9/19/2016
11 million US children and teens live with a chronic condition. Dr. Brittany Blockman looks at ways to improve their health and quality of life through an integrative approach to health. She describes the pilot program Communitas that examines these issues. Recorded on 06/16/2016.

Date: 9/16/2016
Dr. Alexander Khalessi discusses some of the technological breakthroughs that have allowed for more reliable, safe, and time-efficient treatment of strokes, which could help to save lives.

Date: 9/16/2016
Dr. Alexander Khalessi discusses how the stroke, one of the leading causes of death and disability in the United States, occurs and what makes them so dangerous.

Date: 9/16/2016
Jean-Pierre Changeux speaks on how he revolutionized the way science and medicine understand brain cells and the communication that takes place between them.

Date: 9/9/2016
Dr. David Phillips explains why, statistically speaking, there is no real reason to set the legal limit of blood alcohol content while driving at 0.08%, and argues that any level of impairment is dangerous.

Date: 9/9/2016
Though your body feels and appears to be a single entity, it is actually comprised of innumerable cells working in concert to keep you going. Dr. Katherine Hyland explains how this immense cellular population allows for your body's continuous, imperceptible renewal.

Date: 9/5/2016
Nancy Bardacke, nurse-midwife, mindfulness teacher, and originator of the Mindfulness-Based Childbirth and Parenting program at UCSF has been assisting birthing families for more than four decades. She explores the benefits of mindfulness meditation for childbirth and parenting. Recorded on 06/02/2016.

Date: 9/2/2016
Dr. Alexander Khalessi runs through the various ways a stroke can form, and explains why certain strokes can cause markedly more damage than others.

Date: 9/2/2016
Dr. Grace Kuo discusses the personalized care each prescription represents in the emerging world of pharmacogenomics, and how your genetic makeup influences the efficacy of each drug you take.

Date: 9/2/2016
Dr. Katherine Hyland breaks down the importance of genes and how they perform their crucial, life-propagating function in the human body.

Date: 8/26/2016
Margaret Chesney walks us through the powerful results of positivity, explaining how being a positive person can benefit both your physiology and your lifestyle, leading to decreased risk of health problems later on.

Date: 8/26/2016
Dr. Deepak Chopra hopes that the future will bring a better understanding of the influence cast by a person's electromagnetic field, and how those fields interact with one another.

Date: 8/26/2016
The Food Network's Julie Zwillich discusses how the signs of aging can be reversed with Deepak Chopra. The Chopra Center's method of age reversal is through changing the perception of the body, time and the meaning of aging, deep rest, whether through sleep or meditation and body supplements or vitamins. Exercise also helps keep the body feeling and looking young.
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