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Frank Fitzpatrick

"In 2014, I presented my first workshop as one of the guest faculty of the Exponential Medicine Conference. Founded by Dr. Daniel Kraft, Exponential Medicine is Singularity University’s summit that addresses solutions for the world’s greatest health challenges. At last year’s conference, there was a common sentiment for further humanizing treatments and solutions, as breakthroughs in new technologies create amazing opportunities for helping humanity live better, longer, healthier lives. I had the opportunity to speak on one of my favorite subjects: Music and Health."


John Hopkins - Center for Music and Medicine in the News

"Dementia Patients May Benefit from Music Therapy," Reuters (7/23/2018)
"Music a Potent Therapy for Parkinson's Sufferers," WYPR (4/28/18)
"He was the ‘Golden Throat’ of Cox Radio. Until the day he woke up and couldn’t speak." The Washington Post (12/18/17)
"Music and Medicine: Finding Harmony," Johns Hopkins University (10/17/2017) 
"Second Annual Legacy Society Luncheon strikes a chord," Johns Hopkins University (10/17/2017)
"Advances Help Musicians with Repetitive Stress Injuries Continue to Play," Baltimore Sun (9/27/2017)
“A Noteworthy Endeavor.” Hopkins Medicine (Spring/Summer 2017)
“Johns Hopkins Partners with Peabody Institute to Increase Patient Engagement Through Music.” FierceHealthcare (05/30/2017)
“Emerging Hopkins Center Harmonizing Music and Medicine.” Baltimore Sun (05/26/2017)
“Studying Music as the Prescription.” Johns Hopkins Magazine (Fall 2016)