About Ronnie S. Stangler, M.D.

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So far Ronnie S. Stangler, M.D. has created 35 blog entries.

Genomics Citizenship and Social Justice: A Call to Action

Brief Report and Action Items Executive Summary On Thursday, 12 October 2017, Drs. George Church, Ting Wu, and Ronnie Stangler hosted an intimate meeting and working dinner at the Greenwich Hotel in NYC with a carefully selected group of  investors, philanthropists, social entrepreneurs, family office advisors, medical consultants, and public intellectuals. the purpose of this meeting: [...]

November, 2017|12 October 2017|

Simon Lockett

Originally from Sydney, Australia, Simon moved to the United States in 2011 to complete his communication and law degrees through a cultural exchange program at Pace University in New York City. Simon works closely with Dr. Stangler and shares her passion for helping families navigate bespoke application of new genomic technologies with special interest in [...]

June, 2017|genomics advisory|

The Internet of Elephants – TED Talk

On February the 8th 2017, Gautam Shah, founder of Internet of Elephants spoke at TED Nairobi about how to insert wildlife into people's everyday lives in the most fun, passionate, and meaningful manner. The video will be made available by TED this summer. In the meantime, here is the transcript of the talk. "I’m going [...]

April, 2017|newsletter|

Photographer Builds A ‘Photo Ark’ For 6,500 Animal Species And Counting

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uZemdv91lmY   Photographer Builds A 'Photo Ark' For 6,500 Animal Species And Counting Summary of Interview of National Geographic photographer Joel Sartore by Terri Gross on NPR Radio February 27, 2017        all photographs by Joel Sartore/National Geographic National Geographic contributing photographer Joel Sartore is 11 years into a 25-year endeavor to document [...]

April, 2017|newsletter|

Five Ways to Advance Conservation Entrepreneurship

Meeting today’s growing conservation challenges requires that we find new ways of thinking about and practicing conservation, rooted in solving social problems through scalable methods and prototypes that deliver results. Conserving the diversity of life and vitality of the world’s ecosystems is among humanity’s greatest challenges. Despite growing recognition of the importance of biodiversity, ecosystems, [...]

April, 2017|newsletter|

what three-year-olds can tell us

This week we discovered that a 45-minute test given to three-year-olds has an extraordinary ability to predict their chances of leading a productive life. The test, given to a thousand children in New Zealand born in the early 1970s, measured their IQ, motor skills, language, restlessness, impulsivity and persistence. They were also rated for deprivation [...]

January, 2017|Uncategorized|

what can we control?

We all agree that 2016 was a most challenging year. Many of us anticipate this new year with some trepidation, but simultaneously great hope, sustained by our belief in the resiliency of human spirit. To actively shape a better 2017 and beyond, let us constrain stress to more manageable levels (some can be good for us!). We can learn to distinguish between [...]

January, 2017|Uncategorized|