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412, 2023

Renée Fleming Neuroarts Investigator Awards

December 4, 2023|

NeuroArts Blueprint

Renée Fleming Foundation and NeuroArts Blueprint Initiative are proud to announce a groundbreaking program to encourage collaborative neuroarts research between early career artists and scientists. The Renée Fleming Neuroarts Investigator Awards is now accepting applications.

510, 2023

Dialogue on National Fiscal Policy and Health

October 5, 2023|

Health, Medicine & Society

This new HMS report reinforces the multidimensional ties between the economic health of a nation and the health of its citizenry. The report, entitled Dialogue on National Fiscal Policy and Health, offers ten key principles that build on the recognition that economic productivity is deeply influenced by health status, primary care capacities, the presence or absence of systemic inequities, and the availability of affordable healthcare. 

2009, 2023

Aspen Ideas Health: Celebrating 10 Years of Impact

September 20, 2023|

Aspen Ideas Health

Aspen Ideas: Health highlights and celebrates its 10-year history! This collection samples the stories of speakers, fellows, and attendees who explain the impact of how Aspen Ideas: Health has influenced and inspired their work over the years.

607, 2023

Advancing LGBTQ+ People in STEM Careers

July 6, 2023|

Science & Society

In this report, the Science & Society program embarked on convening a roundtable discussion with international, cross-sector, LGBTQ+ STEM colleagues and set out to explore some of the barriers facing LGBTQ+ inclusion in STEM around the world. The aim is to inspire action within the STEM community, including corporate, research, academic, and nonprofit sectors, and pushes for intersectional policy change to build more inclusive spaces that ultimately benefit us all.

506, 2023

Health is too important to be left to the health sector alone

June 5, 2023|

Health, Medicine & Society

In an ImpactAlpha op-ed piece, Donna Shalala and John Lipsky explain why health spending is an investment in a nation’s future. They call on government health and finance agencies to partner to strengthen national, regional, and global resilience. John Lipsky was former first deputy managing director of the International Monetary Fund; Shalala was former secretary of the US Department of Health and Human Services.

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