When6:00 pm to 7:30 pm, June 30, 2015
LocationAlway Building, Room M114
300 Pasteur Dr, Stanford, CA, United States
Event Update: Pre-event registration is now full. We still encourage those who are interested to attend as registration is only required for access to seating before the event starts. Once the event begins, any available seats will be offered on a first-come, first-serve basis.
About This Event
In this lecture, Barry Kerzin, MD, will present: “Compassionate Living”. This event is an hour-long lecture followed by questions from the audience. The talk will be recorded and posted to CCARE’s YouTube Channel and website several weeks after the event.
About Dr. Barry Kerzin
Prof. Kerzin, M.D., is a former Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of Washington, a Visiting Professor at Central University of Tibetan Studies in Varanasi, India, and a visiting professor at the University of Hong Kong (HKU) in 2014 and 2015. He has been appointed an Honorary Professor at the University of Hong Kong in 2015. Barry is a fellow at the Mind and Life Institute and consults for the Max Planck Institute in Leipzig on compassion training.
He is founder and president of the Altruism in Medicine Institute and the founder and chairman of the Human Values Institute in Japan.
For 26 years he has been providing free medical care to those in need. He also provides medical care to His Holiness the Dalai Lama and other advanced spiritual beings. Barry has completed many meditation retreats varying from a three-year retreat to a one-year retreat to many several month retreats. He also leads meditation retreats. His brain was studied both at Princeton University and the University of Wisconsin, Madison as a long-term meditator. Barry was ordained as a bikshu (fully ordained monk) by His Holiness the Dalai Lama in Bodh Gaya, India. He combines his work as a monk and doctor, harmonizing mind and body.
He lectures on the interface of modern science and Buddhist psychology, philosophy, ethics, compassion, personal ecology (managing destructive emotions like anger, jealousy, and pride), meditation, and death and dying, in medical schools and universities around the world particularly in Hong Kong, Taiwan, Korea, Japan, Russia, Mongolia, Europe, and North America on a regular basis.
Dr. Kerzin delivered a TEDx talk in Philadelphia, and one in Taipei. In June 2014 he presented a keynote address to the 10th Annual Grief and Bereavement Conference held in Hong Kong at the University of Hong Kong. In April 2015 he addressed the Said Business School, University of Oxford, as part of the annual Skoll World Forum. In June 2015, Prof. Kerzin will present a medical grand rounds lecture on The Science Behind Meditation at Stanford Medical School.
He has written Tibetan Buddhist Prescription for Happiness in Japanese, which is being translated into English and Chinese. He is nearly to publish, Nagarjuna’s Wisdom. Barry has written many chapters for a variety of books. Many interviews, radio programs, TV programs and documentaries have been made about him in many different countries.
Registration is required for access to seating before the event starts.
Non-registrants are still welcome to attend. Depending on space, any available seats will offered on a first-come, first-serve basis once the event begins.
Doors open at 5:30PM.
The closest parking to the Alway Building is located in Parking Structure 1 on Roth Way or Parking Structure 4 on Pasteur Drive.
Disability-Related Accommodations and Services
The closest disabled parking spaces to the Alway Building are located in Parking Structure 4 on Pasteur Drive. Click here to reference the Stanford Parking Map.
All 1st floor entrances to rooms in Alway are accessible via doors in the exterior courtyard. There are no wheelchair accessible restrooms within the Alway Building. However, accessible men’s and women’s restrooms are located on the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd floors in the corridor between the Alway Building and the Lane Building.
If registrants need a disability-related accommodation, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call (650) 721-6142 by Friday, June 26, 2015.