McLean, VA – August 15, 2019 – Experts at identifying opportunities to improve the human condition in a significant way, Thought Leadership & Innovation Foundation (TLI) announces the release of its white paper, “Engineering Cultural Change for Community Health Improvement.” Authored by Bill Oldham, founder and chairman of the Board, TLI, the paper highlights the value of TLI’s innovative, collaborative approach to helping communities across the country that are struggling to come up with a coordinated, cohesive set of actions to effect change and generate social capital for the common good.
The editor Chaunie Brusie, from Clinical Lab Products, an Industry newsletter covering Lab Innovations, recently published an Interview made by her to TLI Founder & Chairman of the Board, Bill Oldham and TLI Fellow, Marna Ericson concerning new research of vector-borne illnesses such as Lyme disease.
by Teresa Hardee, EdD, Thought Leadership & Innovation Foundation
This article was printed in the Juneteenth 2019 edition of the Mid-South Tribune.
Advances in technology bring us almost limitless possibilities today, and changes in technological capacity have a corresponding impact on higher education. In many respects, these advances represent a major challenge to our longstanding concepts and expectations of higher education. As a result, the landscape for U.S. higher education is changing and undergoing a transformation.
Los Angeles and McLean, VA -- April 24, 2019 – The Los Angeles (LA) County Departments of Public Health and Mental Health announce the creation of the Los Angeles County Community Collaborative (LAC³), an incubator of innovation to address the nation’s opioid crisis. LAC³ is a partnership between the LA County Department of Public Health, the Department of Mental Health and the Thought Leadership & Innovation Foundation (TLI). Guided by a universal prevention framework, LAC³ aims to promote social and environmental conditions that protect communities from the harms of opioid use.
Initiatives underway to advance regenerative medicine program, identify cause of chronic illnesses, such as Lyme disease, Bartonellosis, rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, neuropsychiatric diseases and Crohn’s disease
MCLEAN, Va.-(BUSINESS WIRE)- With an emphasis on the discovery of infectious determinants of chronic diseases, a goal to reduce chronic disease worldwide and the dedication to make significant advances in regenerative medicine, the Thought Leadership & Innovation Foundation (TLI) is partnering with hospital systems and academic institutions and inviting donor support for the continuation of research.
Mayo Clinic has awarded a subcontract to the Thought Leadership & Innovation Foundation (TLI) to assist with the development and launch of a Limb Loss and Preservation Registry for the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development. This single award indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract has a ceiling of $5 million over a five-year period. For the past three years, TLI has worked with the Mayo Clinic, the American Joint Replacement Registry (AJRR), and the American Orthotic & Prosthetic Association (AOPA) to advance rehabilitation of individuals having undergone limb loss and limb preservation surgeries.