Future In Sight with Peter Kolchinsky
In this monthly series, Peter engages with equally sharp and unfiltered geniuses about the potential of solving big picture problems in our lifetimes.
Healthcare: Changing Things for the Better
Tools for Food Allergy Management
Defeating Food Allergies
Food Allergy Primer
Episode 4: Healthcare: Changing Things for the Better
Guest: Mariya Filopova, Serial Intrapreneur, Activated Patient, Former VP of Innovation at Anthem
July 22, 2021
Join Peter and his guest, Mariya Filipova, Serial Intrapreneur, as they unpack healthcare needs, services and insurance from the patient perspective and how new technologies, innovation and processes can help transform these industries.
About the Guest
As the Vice President of Innovation, Mariya led Anthem’s efforts in scaling emerging technologies and new business models to accelerate Anthem’s transformation to a digital-first enterprise.
Prior to Anthem, Mariya drove the development of Deloitte’s Future of Work Center of Excellence, a portfolio of investments across the Americas, APAC, and EMEA that used exponential technologies (e.g. blockchain, artificial intelligence) to redefine the future of work.
Mariya holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and a BA in Economics, summa cum laude, from Mount Holyoke College. She serves on the Board of Governors for the Harvard Business School Association of Boston.
Episode 3: Tools for Food Allergy Management
Guest: Kari Nadeau, MD, PhD
June 17, 2021
In this episode, Dr. Kari Nadeau and podcast host Peter Kolchinsky discuss a variety of topics including treatments, therapeutics, diagnostics, prevention, and healthcare. Their conversation will highlight the hope and promise that science has delivered for patients as well as opportunities of what’s to come.
Episode 2: Defeating Food Allergies
Guest: Rob Reid, author and entrepreneur
May 20, 2021
The prevalence of food allergies in the U.S. is greater than it’s ever been before, roughly doubling every ten years. Diagnoses of anaphylactic food reactions have risen by 377 percent since 2007, according to recent FARE-commissioned data.
To address this concerning trend, Dr. Kari Nadeau, MD, PhD, the director of the Sean N. Parker Center for Allergy Research at Stanford University and FARE’s medical advisor for innovation, sat down for an interview with Rob Reid on the “After On” podcast to discuss this public health crisis and the groundbreaking research underway to develop new therapies and diagnostic tools.
Episode 1: Food Allergy Primer
Guest: Wayne Shreffler, MD, PhD, Massachusetts General Hospital
April 15, 2021
Join Peter Kolchinsky on his first episode of Future in Sight, a new podcast from FARE. In this episode Peter speaks with Dr. Wayne Shreffler, Director of the Food Allergy Center at Massachusetts General Hospital & Division Chief of Pediatric Allergy and Immunology at MassGeneral Hospital for Children. They will discuss the origins and history of food allergies, how we got to this point in history where 32 million Americans have life-threatening food allergies, and what the future holds for treatments, therapeutics and the next generation.