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Milken Institute November 2015
Partnering for Cures
At Partnering for Cures, Patients Count
Partnering for Cures 2015 convened innovative ideas, strategic capital and disruptive thinkers to transform the medical research system. Now in its seventh year, the meeting brought together hundreds of leaders across sectors to find solutions that will reduce the time and cost of getting new therapies to patients. The program featured compelling panels and candid discussion that addressed some of the thorniest issues that obstruct our search for a cure.
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The Power of Ideas
The Power of Ideas — Partnering for Cures Edition
Fifteen illuminating articles feature transformative views on the future of science and medicine. It includes David Panzirer’s take on why he’s determined to find a cure for Type 1 diabetes, Anne Wojcicki’s vision of a consumer-driven healthcare revolution, and Tom Insel and Kafui Dzirasa’s insights into redefining mental illness.
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Mashup with Margaret Anderson and Robert Califf, FDA Commissioner-Designate
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Fixing Global Finance: Milken Institute Forum with Adair Turner about his new book, “Between Debt and the Devil”
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“The Silo Effect”: Gillian Tett and John Seely Brown discuss Tett’s book at a Milken Institute Forum
@NIHDirector: Research is a marathon, not a sprint. See my @business #BloombergGo interview w/ Michael Milken: #FCP4C #NIH
"#BigData will impact every single aspect of health" says @fastercures executive director, @MargaretAinDC
@RepFredUpton: Great to talk about patient perspective in #Cures2015 today at @fastercures mashup #FCP4C
View more info... The Conservative Heart:
How to Build a Fairer, Happier and More Prosperous America

Arthur C. Brooks, President, American Enterprise Institute

December 1, 2015
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Milken Institute
1250 Fourth Street, Santa Monica, CA 90401
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View more info... Milken Institute California Summit
The California Summit brings together key business and policy leaders to forge partnerships and devise solutions to address the state’s biggest challenges and ensure that California remains a destination for business and innovation. This invitation-only event is hosted by the Institute’s California Center.

December 8, 2015
Ritz-Carlton Hotel
Marina Del Rey
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Public Health Summit Milken Institute Public Health Summit
The Milken Institute Public Health Summit will be a first-of-its-kind gathering of 500 decision-makers, including leaders of global health organizations, deans of schools of public health, industry CEOs, members of the U.S. Congress and Administration, scientists, physicians, and philanthropists. Our goals are to foster greater unity of mission among the institutions involved in public health, raise public awareness, demonstrate the social and economic benefits of the field, and reaffirm a global commitment to preserving the health of all people.

March 1-2, 2016
Washington, D.C.
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Why a Commission for CFPB May Be in Agency's Best Interest
By Brian Knight
A properly structured commission could provide the benefits of broad expertise, continuity and democratic representation that the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau needs. More »
Purposeful Aging: A Model for a New Life Course
By Paul Irving
Traditional retirement is being re-imagined as older adults reject age segregation, decline and mass leisure to work, pursue learning, launch businesses and contribute to their communities. More »
Investing in California’s Workforce to Build a Better Business Climate
By Matt Horton and Minoli Ratnatunga
California needs to take action now to modernize and invest in its career and technical education programs at its community colleges. More »
Bank Competition and Opacity
By Liangliang Jiang, Ross Levine and Chen Lin
When banks engage in “earnings management”—the manipulation of financial statements to smooth earnings, skirt capital requirements and reduce taxes, all to gain competitive advantage—it becomes more difficult for investors to assess bank performance. More »
Treasury’s Review of Marketplace Lending: Too Wide
By Jackson Mueller
A one-size-fits-all regulatory approach will not work for such a dynamic and fast-growing sector as marketplace lending. More »
California’s IT Supply Chain: Fixing the Broken Links in Technology Procurement
By Jason Barrett and Kevin Klowden
This report outlines several key issues facing information technology procurement in California and examines measures to make the process more efficient. More »
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