Dr. Steven J. Hausman is a recognized futurist, widely-quoted technology consultant, author and nationally top-ranked speaker in the area of emerging technologies. His speaking specialties include robotics and artificial intelligence, nanotechnology, 3D printing, bionics and human enhancement, wearable technology, biometrics, autonomous and electric vehicles, the Internet of Things, the history of technology, brain-machine interfaces, cybersecurity and security risks of emerging technologies. His presentations are not "canned." Technology is constantly changing and Steve's lectures reflect that dynamism. He has a talent for describing complex concepts in science and technology (and their social and ethical implications) in an entertaining and easy-going manner using humor, personal experiences and clear and understandable language while drawing from his large repertoire of videos, images, and news articles.
Examples of previous presentations include:
• The Technology of Hope
• Cybersecurity: Keeping Safe in a Digital World
• Customized Technology Presentation
• A Dangerous Landscape: Predicting Future Risks
• 3D Printing: The Next Disruptive Technology
• Aging, Nutrition and Life Extension
• The End to Disability
• Nanotechnology: The Very Small Looms Very Large
• Climate Change: The Coming Storm
Education and Work Experience
He received his Ph.D. degree from the University of Pennsylvania. After completing a postdoctoral fellowship at the Institute for Cancer Research in Philadelphia he joined the National Institutes of Health (NIH) as a researcher and eventually rose to become Deputy Director of the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases (NIAMS). He started his own speaking and consulting firm in 2007. While at the NIH he managed a budget of approximately $400 million.
Dr. Hausman is a recipient of the NIH Director's Award (NIH's highest award), the Public Health Service Exceptional Achievement Award, the NIH Equal Employment Opportunity Award, a recognition award from Montgomery County Maryland for his service on the Agricultural Advisory Committee, an award from the Lupus Foundation of America in recognition of his support for lupus research and the Outstanding Ethics Program Award from the Office of Government Ethics for the quality of his stewardship of the NIAMS Ethics Program. He is cited in American Men and Women of Science, Who's Who In America, Who's Who in Science and Engineering and Who's Who in Medicine and Healthcare. Because of his interest in advocating for individuals with disabilities Dr. Hausman was appointed to membership on, and elected Chair of, the NIH Diversity Council.
His professional affiliations include the: American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Association of Immunologists, American Chemical Society, American Society for Cell Biology, Society for In Vitro Biology, Transplantation Society, National Speakers Association and the Global Speakers Federation.
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Aging, Autonomous Vehicles, Self-Driving Vehicles, Artificial Intelligence, Biomedical Advances, Biometrics, Bionics And Human Enhancement, Brain-Machine Interactions, Climate Change, Crispr Technology, Gene Editing, Cyber Security, Drones, Electric Vehicles, Future Risk Predictions, Future Trends, Internet Of Things, Nanotechnology, Nutrition, Radio Frequency Identification (rfid), Robotics, Tracking Technology, Wearable Technology, 3d Printing, History Of Technology