Listen to the ideas, goals and dreams of past Health Connect South attendees, speakers and students.
Taking the First Steps
President Jimmy Carter speaks on how collaboration and partnerships in healthcare can start at the grassroots.
From Discoveries to Treatment
Georgia State Ph.D Candidate Duke Geem explores the links between research findings and the medicine they help create.
A Global Perspective
University of Georgia Undergraduate Researcher Hillary Danz discusses the importance of failure and seeing the bigger picture in the fight against disease.
Imagine the Impact
Learn more about Health Connect South’s mission to unite current and future healthcare professionals across all areas.
Breaking Barriers to Healthcare through Technology
Erik Reinertson, an MD and Ph.D student at Emory University and Georgia Tech, explains how software has allowed collaboration to be easier than ever, leading to faster discoveries and bigger impacts.
HCS Unsung Hero Award 2015: Charlie Stokes
The HCS Unsung Hero Award recognizes a healthcare decision maker, innovator or other key player whose critical role in their field or the healthcare industry as a whole often goes unnoticed. See why friends and coworkers chose former CDC Foundation President and CEO Charlie Stokes as last year’s recipient of the Unsung Hero Award.
Specialists on the Shoulders of Giants
Ph.D Candidate Eli Fine talks about his research at Georgia Tech and how progress today must be achieved through the combined efforts of professionals across the healthcare world.
HCS Collaboration Award 2015: UCB and Georgia Tech
The HCS Collaboration Award goes to a partnership in the healthcare world that embodies that type of cooperation that we at Health Connect South strive to promote. See the winner’s of last year’s award, UCB and Georgia Tech, describe how their different skills and capabilities worked towards a common goal.
Towards a Common Goal
At the Morehouse School of Medicine, MSCR Ph.D Candidate Carmen Dickinson believes that the best healthcare comes from the joint efforts of the scientists behind the research and the physicians providing the treatment.