"Design will be a crucial aspect of how I approach care for my patients and challenge the current healthcare system. Its values – empathy, respect, and dignity – are all qualities I hope to embody as a future physician-designer."
The Design Institute for Health's 2020 cohort of doctor designers, the "Three Medsketeers," graduate from Dell Medical School this month. While the world shut down, these students dove in to keep momentum on design that makes a difference in people’s lives.
A forthcoming LACMA exhibition, Better Living Through Science: The Home of the Future, 1920–1984, recently received grant funding from the Getty Foundation's Pacific Standard Time 2024 initiative which will help support research and curatorial work on the project over the next few years.
An adjunct professor dually appointed at The University of Texas School of Law and McCombs School of Business, Keegan Warren-Clem, J.D., LL.M., challenges students and residents to explore connections between health, poverty, and unmet legal needs.
Tamie Glass is guiding the inaugural cohort for the M.A. in Design focused on Design in Health in her courses, Designing for Human Behavior this fall and Design Futures in the spring. She made time to discuss her thoughts on design, joy and food.