Wednesday, November 13 at 1:00pm in the Lahey Room
5th FL, Countway Library
Pizza lunch will be provided for this talk at 12:45PM
Chief Medical Officer, Esri
Reflections from a Topophiliac
Geography is the science that connects people, places and their interactions. By its nature, geography is a science of storytelling and deeper understanding of the human experience. When applied as a technology, a geographic information system (GIS) can help health organizations make sense of complex interactions among populations and their environments. The resulting location intelligence offers tremendous value in promoting health and well-being on a personal and a population level while also supporting major strategic plans for resource allocation and growth. This presentation will explore the speaker’s career evolution into this space and explain how geography intersects and informs health while also being central to a convergence of precision medicine and precision public health.