Episode 11: Healing the World through Innovation | Dr. Steve Kay of USC MESH Academy
What lies at the convergence of innovation, entrepreneurship, and the sciences of human health? Join Dr. Steve Kay as he discusses the newest initiative at USC Keck School of Medicine that combines the study of Medicine, Engineering, Science and Humanities into a mission-based community, along with Larta Institute, to develop innovations that heal the world.
The USC MESH (Medicine, Engineering, Science and Humanities) Academy at the Keck School of Medicine of USC (“USC MESH”) is a joint initiative supported by the Dean of the Keck School of Medicine of USC and the USC Office of the Provost. USC MESH collaborates across the broader USC community to strengthen the culture of innovation at USC by facilitating the convergence of disciplines that can meet an unmet need that impacts human health and disease. The mission of the MESH Academy at USC is to empower the convergence of research in medicine, engineering, sciences, and humanities through educational programs, support for innovation and entrepreneurship, and corporate relations to address challenges in human health and disease.