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Monday, March 16 • 1:15pm - 2:00pm
Keeping Astronauts Healthy in Space

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NASA/Johnson Space Center Director and astronaut Ellen Ochoa will be announcing an event for health innovators, Also hear from the NASA funded National Space Biomedical Research Institute how your health startup can qualify for seed funding, and may end up in space. Join key leaders at NASA's Johnson Space Center for an opportunity to innovate in medicine together! Yesterday - Innovations in space that have revolutionized healthcare on Earth. Today - NASA’s continuous pursuit of health innovations for space explorers also benefits terrestrial health. Tomorrow- Join us as we announce a new opportunity to work with NASA on the next frontier of health innovation!
Produced by http://energizinghealth.org

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Speakers
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Dorit Donoviel

Dir of Biomedical Innovations Laboratory, National Space Biomedical Research Institute
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Steven Gonzalez

Founder CEO, The Survivor Games
Steven Gonzalez, founder of The Survivor Games, was diagnosed with AML Leukemia at 12 years old and given a 2% chance of survival. Though he had the best medical care (and most supportive family) in the world, video games were the only thing that helped him bridge the social isolation... Read More →
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Wayne Keathley

Pres, Chi St. Luke’s Health//Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Center
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Ellen Ochoa

Center Dir Johnson Space Center, NASA
Dr. Ochoa is the Director of NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston. She became the first Hispanic woman to go to space when she served on a nine-day mission aboard the shuttle Discovery in 1993. She has flown in space four times, logging nearly 1,000 hours. Prior to her astronaut... Read More →


Monday March 16, 2015 1:15pm - 2:00pm
JW Marriott MedTech Stage 110 E 2nd St

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