Forethought India | Science Society

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Forethought India is building the largest society for Science in India. World renowned Researcher, professors, lecturer and director from Stanford University, Harvard Medical School, University of Oxford, UCB will be educators along side industry experts for this society. With its wide range of services and featuring 1000+ students from prestigious institutions from all over India, this society is a open for all and free medium of growth, networking and mutual learning. It is part of Forethought India's larger initiative to bridge the gap between Indian students and world renowned professors and industry experts by eliminating administrative limitations through our platform.

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About Session | Biology


Forethought India has hosted an online talk session in India. World renowned Researcher from Stanford University have shared their knowledge in this session.

Topic: Updating Soon

Speakers for the talk session

Sayane Shome


Postdoctoral researcher in Dr. Nima Aghaeepour’s and Dr. Lance Prince’s lab at Stanford University. PhD in Bioinformatics and Computational Biology from Iowa State University. Have overall 10 years of proven research experience in Bioinformatics, Biological data analysis, Computational biophysics with versatile competency in different types of biological datasets


Researcher at Stanford University


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About Session | Medical Science


Forethought India has hosted an online talk session in Medical Science in India. World renowned professor, lecturer & director from Harvard Medical School & UCB and professionals have shared their knowledge in this session.

Topic: Drug Discovery and Bioethics.

Speakers for the talk session


Julia Schaletzky

Dr. Julia Schaletzky is the Executive Director of CEND, the Center for Emerging and Neglected Diseases, as well as of the Immunotherapy and Vaccine Research Initiative at UC Berkeley. She trained with Prof. Francis Barr at the Max-Planck-Institute of biochemistry in Martinsried, Germany, and at Harvard Medical School in Prof. Tom Rapoport's laboratory. Dr. Schaletzky has more than 10 years industry experience in the biotechnology sector, contributing to the development of first-in-class therapies for heart failure and neurodegenerative diseases. At UC Berkeley, she has been focusing on enabling translational science and entrepreneurship on campus, through collaborations, teaching and program development. Her group has been active the Covid-19 response through helping developing testing capacity, outreach/awareness campaigns, and therapeutic discovery.


Executive Director, Henry Wheeler Center for Emerging and Neglected Diseases / Drug Discovery Center


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J. Wesley Boyd

Wes Boyd, MD, PhD is on the faculty at the Center for Bioethics and an Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. He is a staff psychiatrist at Cambridge Health Alliance (CHA) and is the co-founder of the Human Rights and Asylum Clinic at CHA. Wes graduated with a BA cum laude from Yale in philosophy. He then attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where he received an MA in philosophy, a Ph.D. in religion and culture, and a medical degree. Following graduate school and medical school, he completed a residency in psychiatry at Cambridge Hospital/Harvard Medical School and also completed a Fellowship in Medical Ethics at Harvard Medical School. His areas of interest include social justice, access to care, human rights, asylum and immigration, humanistic aspects of medicine, physician health and well-being, and substance use. In the MBE program, Wes teaches "Bioethics Advocacy," "Health and Human Rights," and "Critical Reading of Contemporary Books in Bioethics."


Lecturer, Center for Bioethics


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About Session | Physics


Forethought India has hosted an online talk session in Physics in India. World renowned professor from Oxford university have shared their knowledge in this session.

Topic: Energy, the currency of nature.

Speakers for the talk session


Wade Allison

Wade Allison is Emeritus Professor of Physics and Fellow of Keble College, Oxford. He spent his research career in experimental and theoretical Particle Physics at CERN and in the USA. He is listed as the author of some 245 scientific publications on ResearchGate. At Oxford he taught and lectured students in most areas from Mathematics to Medical Physics. In 2006 he published “Fundamental Physics for Probing and Imaging”, a textbook that included the effects of radiation. He has lectured around the world on the biological safety of radiation and the exceptional worldwide aversion to it that has been a cultural hallmark of the past 70 years. In 2009 he wrote an accessible book, “Radiation and Reason”, contrasting the acceptability of nuclear technology when used for human health in a clinic with the phobia of it when used in the environment. Following the accident he visited Fukushima several times and in 2015 published his third book “Nuclear is for Life”, which explores why such a powerful agent is almost harmless, a discussion that draws on physics, biology, history and many other disciplines. Although not seeing himself as a nuclear “activist”, from the evidence he concludes that if the human race has to forgo fossil fuels to mitigate climate change, nuclear power is the only solution.
He has never been attached to the nuclear industry or received expenses from them. He is a founder member of the worldwide Scientists for Accurate Radiation Information (SARI), and in the UK he is Honorary Secretary of the Supporters Of Nuclear Energy (SONE)


Emeritus Professor


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