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Just over one month left to submit your work to Medicine 2.0 at Stanford

Larry Chu, MD, the organizing chair of Medicine 2.0 at Stanford, has just sent out a follow-up call for abstracts:

With the March 1, 2011 deadline on the horizon, I'd like to remind folks that we're still actively soliciting submissions for the Medicine 2.0 conference at Stanford. We're working hard to ensure this year's conference includes a diverse mix of academic research, practice, and business presentations from a broad group of speakers. We're inviting speakers from health care, computer science, engineering, business, design, and the social sciences.

Chu and the organizers (of which I am one) are looking for projects on a diverse range of topics, from business models to semantic web applications. There will be five ways to present your work, including new demo sessions and start-up pitches. More details are available on Chu's entry and on the Medicine 2.0 call for abstracts page.

Previously: Continuing the conversation about Medicine 2.0, The Stanford Summit @ Medicine 2.0 officially announced and Medicine 2.0 conference coming to Stanford next year

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