Galileo and Medicine: A Culture of Innovation

Galileo and a Culture of Interdisciplinary Innovation
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A. T. Still University (ATSU) is the founding school of Osteopathic Medicine. They host an annual Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research Symposium (program). I’m grateful to Dr. Brian Degenhardt, director of the A.T. Still Research Institute, for inviting me to present the Neil J. Sargentini Memorial Keynote Address at this year’s symposium on Saturday, November 2. My title is “Galileo and a Culture of Interdisciplinary Innovation.”

To watch a video, go to the A. T. Still youTube channel and find the 11th annual IBRS video. This video contains the morning sessions. My talk begins at about 2 hours, 51 minutes. It is best understood in context with the biomedical research presentations which express the mission and nature of the A. T. Still Research Institute. However, I have excerpted it from that session video, and make it available on its own below.

Galileo and medicine from Kerry Magruder on Vimeo.

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