High-Stakes Decision Making for World-Changing Technologies

TEDx Talks,  YouTube,  2024.

Society is confronting multiple novel technologies with the potential to impact entire populations, and new ones are on the horizon. We have important decisions to make that require rigorous and inclusive decision-making models that can be applied on a broad scale to a growing number of emerging challenges. As Senior Vice President and Chief Population Health Sciences Officer for the Foundation for the National Institutes of Health, Mike’s focus is on accelerating biomedical discoveries. As part of his work at the FNIH, he’s also Director of the GeneConvene Global Collaborative, advancing best practices and informed decision-making for the development of genetic biocontrol technologies.

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