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CalTek.Net, Kenneth Wyrick
- 01/16/2018 04:48:50

Subject: Fwd: Jill Sonke, from Florida - TED Talk on Why Medicine Needs Art - TDP support
From: "Lynn Crandall" <lynn.crandall@gmail.com>
Date: Sun, January 14, 2018 4:14 pm
To: "Kenneth Wyrick" <kmw@caltek.net>
Cc: "Michael Rendler" <michael.rendler@e7studio.net> (more)
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Ken & Naomi, 
cc: others on team

Good seeing you at Hill City Church today!  The more of us that are in one place at the same time, the easier it is to convey a collective understanding of what we're doing to the others who couldn't be there.  Brad did his thing yesterday.  I was too busy to go, in part because I'm always researching all these people and what they're doing for HUD and Jim Beddows, et. al. on that level.  Writing you just made me remember to include Rendler & Naomi on this one!

From: Lynn Crandall <lynn.crandall@gmail.com>
Date: Sun, Jan 14, 2018 at 10:00 AM
Subject: Fwd: Jill Sonke, from Florida - TED Talk on Why Medicine Needs Art - TDP support
To: Jill Sonke <jsonke@ufl.edu>
Cc: Jim Beddows <jbeddows@earthlink.net>, Jerryl Bennett <jbennett91@gmail.com>, Jerome Peloquin <aquaponikus@gmail.com>, Crystal Wells <ladycjwells@gmail.com>, Phyllis Miller <phyl2meroeart@yahoo.com>, Naj Wikoff <naj@kvvi.net>, director@thenoah.net

Hello, Jill

Requesting your collaboration with The Decision Platform TDP

This is Lynn Crandall from LA who was on the SAH Membership Committee with you and now am trying to get the Keck School of Med. Art Committee to be an org member of NOAH.  

I just watched your AMAZING TED Talk and sent it to my colleagues here and at HUD across the nation to demo what we can do.  I adapted one of the statements from the NOAH White paper to be a statement from our AMAZING Gospel Singer and community activist Crystal Wells.

"Beyond its ability to enthrall and entertain, music offers many health benefits- from childhood development to its therapeutic applications for individuals with Alzheimer's disease, autism, PTSD, Parkinson's disease, and chronic pain.  Advances in neuroscience enable researchers to quantitatively measure just how music affects the brain. The interest in the effects of music on the brain has led to a new branch of research called neuromusicology which explores how the nervous system reacts to music. Working with my colleagues in the community and a number of departments at the University of Southern California inspires me with hope and encouragement.  These studies prove what I've experienced within, and seen transpire in my colleagues and constituents, when we collaborate in music based activities." 

      Crystal Wells. Internationally Renowned Vocalist, Educator, 
      Media Host and Community Capacity Building Ambassador

I meet soon with the USC leadership to discuss this and want to show them how your work in Translational Science/Art nexus can play a significant role here in LA and at USC.

Here's the data on TDP CLICK  and how its deep data and platform that can be used by students and others of all ages to make empirical based choices, identify their areas of interest, expertise and the steps such as those you took at age 14 (exactly the age of my granddaughter who's an artist interested in science and community building) to find yourself and your interests in order to make the contribution you're now making!  Jim Beddows, founder of TDP and Palo Alto Research Center International consultant, recently presented his TDP webinar to the Governor's office in Florida.  

Here's what I want to link your work and TDP to  CLICK as well as The Veterans Art Venue presents Visual Beyond Words/We Bring the World to You Date: Sunday February 25, 2018 – Monday May 7th, 2018 at the USC Institute for Genetic Medicine Art Gallery whose film, There Shall Be Physicians for the Spirit, was a finalist in the SAH 2010 International Conference.

Our colleagues across the country, working with HUD and the Housing Authority are all working together to bring this empirical based data to the citizens of the USA at all levels to inform, engage and empower them to be mindful stewards of self, others and the planet.

I will keep you up on our progress here in LA, hope to let you know we're members of NOAH very soon and hope that you and Jim Beddows can connect to talk in more depth to Governor Rick Scott about aligning his initiatives in these areas with NOAH and TDP and your wonderful work.  We seek Principal Investigators to follow our work and report on it at national and international conferences in many organizations.

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From: Jim Beddows <jbeddows@earthlink.net>
Date: Sun, Jan 14, 2018 at 8:13 AM
Subject: RE: Jill Sonke, from Florida - TED Talk on Why Medicine Needs Art - TDP support
To: Lynn Crandall <lynn.crandall@gmail.com>, Jerryl Bennett <jbennett91@gmail.com>, Cory Henry <coryhenry6@gmail.com>, Jerome Peloquin <aquaponikus@gmail.com>, michael.rendler@e7studio.net
Cc: jim.beddows@decisionplatform.io

Thank you, Lynn, for your email and thoughts


Along these lines, is it possible to begin identifying potential PIs from the Price School, School of Social Work, and Keck who can research and document the efficacy of the proof of feasibilities/proof of concepts that TDP is beginning to set up on behalf of its global 2000 corporate clients? 


For example, Daikin running air conditioning tests to approve upon air particulates in the City of LA and track correlation/cause with poverty.


As you know, data can help inform data-driven policy.


Please let me know what you think.




Are the similar such PIs available from Hopkins?




Are the similar such PIs available from Trade Tech?



Thoughts please.




Jim Beddows



From: Lynn Crandall [/cpsess5109737965/3rdparty/squirrelmail/src/compose.phplynn.crandall@gmail.com] 
Sent: Sunday, January 14, 2018 7:54 AM
To: Jim Beddows <jbeddows@earthlink.net>; Jerryl Bennett <jbennett91@gmail.com>; Cory Henry <coryhenry6@gmail.com>; Jerome Peloquin <aquaponikus@gmail.com>
Subject: Jill Sonke, from Florida - TED Talk on Why Medicine Needs Art - TDP support


Dear Jim, Mr. Bennett, Mr. Peloquin and Cory,


Jill Sonke, from Florida - TED Talk on Why Medicine Needs Art.  This can support TDP in its bid with the Governor of Florida, as well as provide interactive curriculum leading to substantive  jobs for STEM programs across the country.   CLICK   

Jill is a member of the former SAH, Society for the Arts in Healthcare, and my colleague on the SAH International Membership Committee.  SAH is now NOAH CLICK (see contributing authors on 2nd page - Jill is one of the Authors of the NOAH White Paper and lives in Florida where she can help TDP with the Governor there and in doing that, she can see how TDP can help her and Cory and all the medical and arts programs in the states of the USA.


Jill's TED talk shows the CLEAR LINKS between Arts and STEM.  


The White Paper shows many curriculum programs that Cory can add in his slide deck, or he could talk with Jill and just add this TED talk into his slide deck for use with his community care givers and STEM program members.
I plan to meet soon with leaders from the Keck School of Medicine Art Committee to explain this to them and show them the work you all are doing across the nation with the HUD and STEM programs, as USC has a strong Translational Science initiative and many departments and schools are developing interdependent projects.

Please let me know if you need anything from me to keep things moving with TDP and the STEM/HUD links.


Lynn Crandall
Director, USC Clinical Sciences Center Art Gallery
Keck School of Medicine University of Southern California
cell 213-705-7489
E-Mail    lynn.crandall@gmail.com
Institute for Genetic Medicine
2250 Alcazar Street, 2nd Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90033-9075
USC IGM Art Gallery