Gustavo Glusman on Introducing QS into the Scientific Community

July 8, 2012

Gustavo Glusman is a member of Leroy Hood’s group at the Institute for Systems Biology. At a recent Hood group retreat, the main topic of conversation was Quantified Self! In the video below, Gustavo gives a fascinating recap of the retreat, including how the researchers talked about QS, what experiments they did on themselves, and the main challenges they see with QS from a scientific perspective. (Filmed by the Seattle QS Show&Tell meetup group.)

Gustavo Glusman: Introducing QS in the scientific community (Seattle) from David Reeves on Vimeo.

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