Brian Levine MD Ob/Gyn, Glass User, Glass Explorer Hangout
(Brian Levine MD did an awesome Hangout tonight; see it HERE, where he talks about Glass and its role in Medicine, especially Medical Education)
MAY 23, 2014BY: BRIAN A. LEVINE, MD, MSGlassware is the cute moniker that Google uses to describe the bevy of Google-approved applications that are ready-to-go with Glass. When you are logged into your MyGlass account, you can simply click on the Glassware tab (see below) and up will come not only the Google-selected “Featured Glassware,” but also all of the Google-published Glassware. It is important to know that Google does encourage developers to “side-load” their own homegrown apps, but we will discuss that in a future post.
MAR 01, 2014BY: DAN GOLDSCHLAG, MD, FACOG, BRIAN A. LEVINE, MD, MSTime-lapse photography applied to embryo development is commonly called morphokinetics, because it combines the morphological criteria that are typically used for embryo grading/evaluation with the kinetics of development for each embryo at certain predefined checkpoints.
JAN 31, 2014BY: BRIAN A. LEVINE, MD, MSBrian A. Levine, MD, MS shares his insight and opinions about his personal and professional use of Google Glass. Dr. Levine is a clinical fellow at the Ronald O. Perleman & Claudia Cohen Center for Reproductive Medicine at the Weill Cornell Medical College at New York Presbyterian Hospital.