MITAC SEMINAR SERIES

MITAC is sponsoring a series of seminars to address key issues that will benefit medical operations in human space flight as well as have commercial benefit. These seminars will bring together the best and brightest minds in key disciplines. The outcome of each seminar will be a report and a series of recommendations to NASA. In addition, these recommendations will also foster business developments that strengthen commercial endeavors in telemedicine, telehealth, medical informatics and medical technology.

Just-In-Time Education©
Co-Chairs :
Dr. Howard Champion, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences
Dr. Ronald Merrell, Director for MITAC
May 13-14, 2002 Richmond,VA

Wireless Sensors and Distributed Computing©
Co-Chairs :
Dr. Jay Sanders, Scientific Director for MITAC
Dr. Vincent Pisacane, Johns Hopkins University
March 27-28, 2001 Houston, TX

Ultrasound: Applications and Implications in Human Space Flight©
Co-Chairs :
Dr. Jay Sanders, Scientific Director for MITAC
Dr. Richard Satava, Yale University
July 25-26, 2000 Houston, TX

Medical Informatics: Infrastructure for Space Medicine©
Co-Chairs :
Dr. Jay Sanders, Scientific Director for MITAC
Dr. James Cimino, Columbia Presbyterian Hospital
March 6-7, 2000 Houston, TX
Summary Report with Recommendations:
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April 06, 2004