Dr. Christopher Gilbert, author of the best-selling book There’s No Right Way to Do the Wrong Thing, is a senior international ethics consultant and popular keynote speaker. He will discuss his new book The Noble Edge. The Noble Edge invites you into an inspirational conversation about truth and trust. Spiced with personal stories, humorous anecdotes and invaluable guidance, you will learn how to make consistently good choices that build strong relationships and create a brighter future.
Dr. Gilbert is co-founder of NobleEdge Consulting (www.nobleedgeconsulting.com), he has worked with Fortune 500, government, and non-profit organizations, including the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, traveling the globe to spearhead trust building and business sustainability programs. Christopher has been a contributing author to CNBC, Fox News, Entrepreneur, Quartz, Hitched, Yahoo Finance, Retail Dive, Young Upstarts, and Successful Business News. He has also been a featured guest on worldwide Podcasts and nationally syndicated radio shows. He and his family live outside Seattle, Washington. For more information go to: www.nobleedgeconsulting.com
Our second guest is PETA neuroscientist, Dr. Emily Trunnell. She is with us today to discuss Sepsis experiments on animals. Instead of using modern research methods to find a cure, billions of taxpayer dollars have been spent and more are set to be spent on sepsis experiments on animals, while the more than 150 medicines that have effectively treated sepsis in other species have then failed in humans. Our government has known why since 2013 when researchers found that sepsis in mice is an entirely different condition from sepsis in humans, yet no one has stopped the research gravy train that allows money to be wasted on these “go nowhere” experiments that harm and kill millions of animals to no human benefit. She will also discuss state-of-the-art, human-relevant research methods that are available and urgently need to be used. For more information, please visit www.peta.org a painful, deadly condition that afflicts more than 1.7 million American adults and kills more than 270,000 Americans each year. It is the body’s extreme response to an infection and can quickly cause tissue damage and organ failure.
Our last guest is Dr. James Thomas, Director for the Center for Heart Valve Disease and Academic Affairs in the Northwestern Medicine Bluhm Cardiovascular Institute will be discussing the importance of this technology and the strides being made in combating cardiovascular disease.
James D. Thomas, MD, is a cardiologist at Northwestern Medicine with a clinical focus in valvular heart disease and echocardiography and extensive research into applying physical principles and advanced technology in cardiovascular imaging. He now serves as Director for the Center for Heart Valve Disease and Academic Affairs in the Bluhm Cardiovascular Institute and co-directs the Center for Artificial Intelligence in Cardiovascular Disease while serving as Professor of Medicine at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. For more information please visit www.nm.org/radio