I3h in Media

Strengthening collaboration between ULB faculties
November 2019
The growing interest and investments in the healthcare business are opening many collaboration opportunities between Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management and ULB’s Faculty of Medicine. Deans of the respective entities already cooperate closely through I3h Institute, to help their students develop skills that are relevant for business leaders in the biotech sector. The article published in the Solvay’s Coffee Corner magazine describes current continuing education efforts and looks into promising future developments through multidisciplinary action.
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Nobel Prize Dialogue 
November 8th, 2019
Michel Goldman has been invited to participate in the sessions on Vaccine Hesitancy, Healthcare Affordability and Precision Medicine

How to advance research in medicine?
May 2019, Frontiers Forum
We need to focus on translating medical advances into standard of care. By taking a system approach and considering economic challenges, we can achieve solutions that are affordable. 

L’Echo: Il faut (vite) rendre le vaccin anti-rougeole obligatoire
Goldman M., June 2019
Measles epidemic spreads around Europe at alarming speed, with over 44 000 new cases registered between January 2016 and March 2019. Within the last three years 84 deaths were registered. The increasing number of non-vaccinated children is one of the main causes for this situation. Prof Michel Goldman has published a plea in L’Echo, in which he advocates that Belgian authorities should follow the example of Italy, France and soon Germany, where measles vaccination is mandatory.
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Project Syndicate: Mobilizing Young People Against Anti-Vaxxers
Goldman M., April 2019
Vaccination is about more than individual welfare; it is an act of social solidarity. However, with vaccine coverage being insufficient in the US and many European countries, herd immunity is at risk. The key to increasing awareness of the benefits of immunization lies in education, particularly of young people. In an article published by Project Syndicate, Michel Goldman calls for actions to mobilize teenagers to become vaccine advocates through educational programs that go beyond school-based teaching methods and take advantage of comics, game-based learning tools, social media, and other digital technologies.
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Project Syndicate: How to Help Deflate America’s Opioid Bubble
Dewatripont M., Goldman M., February 2019
The opioid epidemic in the United States, which the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) declared a public-health emergency in 2017, continues to escalate. In the article published by Project Syndicate Mathias Dewatripont and Michel Goldman argue that policymakers should look for lessons in what may seem to be an unrelated episode: the 2008 global financial crisis.
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I3h Annual Lecture
February 25th, 2019
Following the lecture on “Health as a common good: an economic perspective”, our keynote speaker, Jean Tirole, has been interview by major Belgian newspapers.
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Le Soir
L’Echo

IMI: Celebrating 10 Years of Medical Innovations 
June 27th, 2018
Michel Goldman explains the Innovative Medicines Initiative, a unique European public-private partnership for healthcare innovation, on the occasion of the 10th anniversary celebration of IMI (interview for pharma.be)

EMBL Webinar: How to prepare and incentivise research scientists and healthcare professionals for collaborative innovation
April 27th, 2018
Michel Goldman and Hilde Stevens discussed the future of precision medicine and lessons learnt from our educational program that incentivises healthcare professionals to collaborate and develop their organizational skills
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Collègue Belgique: Comment seront-nous soignés demain? – conférence par Michel Goldman
April 24th, 2018
Michel Goldman, founder and co-director of the I3h Institute, held a lecture on the future of medicine at the Belgian Academy of Medicine.
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Daily Science: Les structures mélodiques et supramoléculaires rythment les journées de Jean Marie Lehn
March 9th, 2018
Pionnier dans le domaine de la chimie supramoléculaire et Prix Nobel de Chimie en 1987 pour sa contribution majeure à la connaissance des bases chimiques de la reconnaissance moléculaire (conjointement aux Pr Donald J. Cram et Charles J. Pedersen), le Pr Jean-Marie Lehn est également passionné de musique. Rencontre à Bruxelles, en marge de sa leçon inaugurale au « Baillet Latour Interdisciplinary Program in Translational Medicine ».
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L’Echo: L’ULB veut pousser les futurs-médecins à tenter l’aventure biotech
January 25th, 2018
Cofondateur du pôle de compétitivité Biowin, Michel Goldman s’attache à bâtir des ponts entre les mondes académique et industriel.
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POLITICO ProMorning Health Care: Sparking innovation
January 5th, 2018
Michel Goldman has met with Shirley Wang from POLITICO in order to discuss EU’s plans to promote research and innovation.“Obviously we need to invest more, but money is not enough,” Goldman told Morning Health Care. “I think money should be used in a way that fosters collaboration and facilitates competition, because we need both.”
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