Jamie Heywood

What does open research and medicine look like?

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About Jamie Heywood

An MIT engineer, Jamie entered the field of translational research and medicine when his brother Stephen was diagnosed with ALS in 1998 at the age of 29. With experience in design, information technology, systems modeling, neuroscience and industrial engineering, Jamie brings a unique perspective to drug discovery and medicine.

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Jamie shares an idea and plan, inspired by his brother, to help ALS patients and others through an inventive website for sharing and tracking patient data.

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