Thursday, October 27, 2011

Dr Burrstone’s program was amazing and enlightening.. depicting the transition of South Korea over the past 60 years.

Several audience members were Graduate dental students of Dr. Burrstone’s. As shown here, they were very enthusiastic and appreciative to learn about another dimension of his multidimensional interests.
The South Korea program last night was just remarkable in many ways. Especially the post-program dialog, which resembled my initial goal of the Greek Agora. Please come back to the Directors College on November 30 for Richard G. Stevens, Ph.D. Professor Stevens, an epidemiologist, has been working for a many years trying to help figure out the relationship between artificial light and cancers.
You can view a part of this program at this link: htpp://www.nfm.go.kr/flash/2011 625/20110621 625.html