Events

APR
13

Leonardo da Vinci, Musician and Scientist

APR
14

The Forgotten History of Roosevelt Island: A Walking Tour

APR
15

Jazz and the Neuroscience of Decision Making: A Celebration of Mind and Soul

APR
16

Patricia Marx & Roz Chast: Why Don’t You Write My Eulogy Now So I Can Correct It?

APR
20

Graphic Medicine: Making Comics About Health

APR
27

Science Friday Live

APR
28

The Forgotten History of Roosevelt Island: A Walking Tour, Part Two

Thru
APR
28

Germ City: Microbes and the Metropolis

At the Museum of the City of New York.

MAY
1

Narrative Medicine Rounds:
“Metaphors, Diversity and Trust in Communicating Precision Medicine”

A talk by Sandra Soo-Jin Lee, PhD

MAY
4

Leonardo da Vinci, Musician and Scientist

JUN
1-2

WE vs C: Stories of Triumph Over Breast Cancer

Performed by the Roxey Ballet in Lambertville, NJ

JUN
9

The Forgotten History of Roosevelt Island: A Walking Tour, Part Three

JUN
13-
16

Radical Listening: Narrative Medicine for a Polarized World

This intensive training brings together leaders in psychology, medicine, the humanities, social activism, and the creative arts to inspire and equip us to take radical action in the face of rising racism, sexism, classism, and nationalism. Presenters include Rita Charon, MD, PhD, a general internist and literary scholar who originated the field of narrative medicine, and Lipi Roy, MD, an internal physician board-certified in addiction medicine who is a clinical assistant professor at NYU Langone Health.

JUL
11-
13

2019 International Graphic Medicine Conference

“Que(e)rying Graphic Medicine: Paradigms, Power, and Practices,” Hosted by Brighton and Sussex Medical School, at the Sallis Benney Theatre, Brighton, UK

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