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Recent Publications and Articles

23 years I never thought I’d see For many people, the end of summer is bittersweet. The days are getting shorter, the air is getting crisper, and suddenly, the airwaves (and screens) are plastered with back-to-school ads. Beachside barbecues and family vacations fade into memory as parents brace themselves for the return of early morning […]


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What must nonprofits learn from brands like Reebok, Wayfair, Peloton, Marriott and the Boston Red Sox? Pretty much everything there is to know about how to engage directly with patients. For decades, nonprofits have relied solely on providers, particularly large academic medical centers, to sign patients up to data registries. It’s not a bad approach […]


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I recently had an amazing experience at the Aspen Ideas: Health Festival, where I spoke on a panel about turning patients into advocates. Not surprisingly, it didn’t take long for the subject of patient registries to come up, and I realized something: each of my fellow panelists was struggling to answer the same question that’s […]


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Kathy Giusti, who is revolutionizing the area of precision medicine as faculty co-chair of HBS Kraft Precision Medicine Accelerator at Harvard Business School, describes her professional and personal mission to transform how medicines are discovered and developed.


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What happens when Intermountain Healthcare invests resources in an innovative precision medicine unit to provide life-extending, genetically targeted therapies to late-stage cancer patients? Professors Richard Hamermesh and Kathy Giusti discuss the case and its connections to their work with the Kraft Precision Medicine Accelerator. Listen Here


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Advocates for disease research diving into fundraising in bid to wield more influence inside the startup ecosystem


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