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March 2015Capturing Grace Flyer

Capturing Grace Screening
Friday, April 17
7pm - 8:30pm
Cubberley Auditorium
Stanford University

Repeat Showing
Saturday, April 18
1:30pm - 3pm
CEMEX Auditorium
Stanford University

The award-winning film Capturing Grace tells the story of what happens when the legendary Mark Morris Dance Group joins forces with people with Parkinson's disease to stage a unique performance. Followed by a discussion and Q&A with filmmaker Dave Iverson, Dr. Helen Bronte Stewart, Director of Stanford Movement Disorders Center and David Leventhal, celebrated dancer and program director of Dance for PD ®. Moderator, Dr. Maren Grainger-Monsen, Stanford Center for Biomedical Ethics.

Maren Grainger-Monsen, MD will be the moderator for the panel discussion on both days.

Sponsored by Stanford’s Medicine & the Muse Program and Program for Bioethics and Film



September 2014

Emmy Award nomination for Revolutionary Optimists

The Revolutionary Optimists has been nominated for a National Emmy Award in News and Documentary Long Form.



August 2014

Map Your World now live

Check out our new site and start collecting data and making change http://mapyourworld.org/    



February 2014

Filmmaker/physician encourages Willamette students to dream big

Maren Grainger-Monsen visited Williamette's campus on February 12 and 13 to show her latest documentary, The Revolutionary Optimists and encouraged Williamette students to dream big.




January 2014

Sikah from The Revolutionary Optimists profiled on Melinda Gates's list

We were thrilled to see that Melinda Gates profiled Sikha on Facebook recently as one of the most inspirational women she met in 2013.

                                                                                                                           

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For information about ways to give, please contact:

Anne Crowe
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Stanford Center for Biomedical Ethics
(650) 498-5305

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