San Francisco: Medicine & Music

  • The Purple Onion at Kell's 530 Jackson Street San Francisco, CA, 94133 United States

Join Taste of Science at The Purple Onion at Kell’s to hear about the power of music in health and healing, and how important genetic differences in health can be.

 

Drinks available for purchase. (Food will not be available.)

21+ event.

Take advantage of the early bird discount and purchase your ticket now. Ticket at the door will be 10$

Medicine and the Racial Divide

Esteban G. Burchard

MD, MPH, Professor at UCSF, School of Pharmacy - Department of Bioengineering & Therapeutic Sciences and Medicine - Member of Obama’s Precision Medicine panel

Esteban's talk will focus on the importance of race and ethnic background in biomedical research and clinical practice.

The Still Point

Benjamin Robison

MD/PhD Musical Arts

At the Still Point is a multimedia wellness project based at Stanford University School of Medicine that promotes mindfulness and shared empathetic experience through art.

Ben will premiere a composition for solo violin based on Dr. Matthew Weschler's painting It's Hard Loving You Closely followed by brief remarks on the art of medicine. 15 minutes.

More than meets the ear: How Music Therapists at UCSF are helping kids get better

Brianna Negrete, MM, MT-BC  & Matthew Logan MA, MT-BC

Music Therapists from Peterson Family Foundation Music Therapy Program

This talk will provide an inside look into the Peterson Family Foundation Music Therapy Program at UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital. Discover how board-certified music therapists Matthew Logan and Brianna Negrete are using music, research, and cutting-edge technologies to improve outcomes for patients and their families.