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The 25th Annual Thomas J. Fogarty MD Lecture

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For 25 years, the Fogarty Lecture series has inspired us with the stories of healthcare visionaries whose inventions and leadership have transformed patient care. In this milestone event, we’ll look at how far we’ve come as surgeon-innovator Carla Pugh explores the historical context of the lectureship and founder Tom Krummel highlights the most influential ideas shared and the ethos of collaboration that helped them flourish.

We’ll also hear about some of the biggest ideas shaping the path ahead. Josh Makower will describe what’s next for Stanford Biodesign, the organization that turned need-based innovation into a global approach for solving healthcare problems. Andrew Cleeland will share how Fogarty Innovation is building on Tom Fogarty’s patient-centric legacy to improve human health by allying stakeholders, educating innovators, and turning novel solutions into sustainable companies.

Don’t miss this chance to discuss the power of ideas and the future of patient care.

Co-sponsored by:

  • Stanford University Department of Surgery
  • Fogarty Innovation

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