Live Love Laugh...

Lecture series

with Deepika Padukone

Introducing Live, Love, Laugh - a lecture series with Deepika Padukone. This will be our annual event that will feature the world’s foremost thinkers and influencers presenting ideas that are shaping the global mental health narrative. The objective of the lecture series is to steer and shape the conversation on mental health, advance understanding on the topic, and address the stigma surrounding it.

About the Lecture Series

Globally, an estimated 322 million people were affected by depression in 2015. India is home to an estimated 57 million people of them. With India witnessing significant changes, including globalization, urbanization, migration, and modernization, which is coupled with rapid socio-demographic transition, depression is likely to increase in the coming years.
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Lecture Series

Lecture Series

with Deepika Padukone

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Lecture Series

Lecture Series

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About the Speaker

The inaugural edition of the lecture series featured pioneering physician, oncologist, Pulitzer prize winning author and Padma Shri awardee Siddhartha Mukherjee. Here are some highlights from this year’s event.

A profoundly influential voice in the scientific community, he is best known for his books, The Emperor of All Maladies: A Biography of Cancer, which earned him the 2011 Pulitzer Prize, and The Gene: An Intimate History which won international awards and was recognized by The Washington Post and The New York Times as one of the most influential books of 2016.

Serving as a professor of medicine at Columbia University and as a staff cancer physician at the university’s medical center, Dr Mukherjee generates hope for countless patients and families around the world, while revolutionizing our blueprint for healing.
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