BOSTON and CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Sept. 13, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Powering Precision Health 2016, the nation's first biomed innovation-driven summit, today announced that health luminary Dr. Dennis Ausiello will deliver a keynote address at the upcoming summit on September 26, 2016 at the Boston Marriott Cambridge. The first annual summit brings together the world's foremost scientists, innovators, physicians, providers, regulators, investors and patient advocates with the common goal of transforming today's sick care to precision healthcare.
"The future of healthy living can be realized today with disruptive innovations that foster disease prevention, early diagnosis, and nextgen treatments for improved patient care," said Kevin Hrusovsky, Founder & Chairman, Powering Precision Health Summit, Executive Chairman & CEO, Quanterix. "We look forward to Dr. Ausiello's keynote address and to collaborating with him on the future of personalized medicine."
Dennis A. Ausiello, MD is the Jackson Distinguished Professor of Clinical Medicine and Director, Emeritus of the MD/PhD Program at Harvard Medical School. He is also Chairman of Medicine, Emeritus and Director of the Center for Assessment Technology and Continuous Health (CATCH) at the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH). A graduate of Harvard and the University of Pennsylvania, Dr. Ausiello is a nationally recognized leader in academic medicine, elected to the National Academy of Medicine in 1999 and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 2003. Dr. Ausiello will deliver a keynote on "Mobilizing Precision Health is Within Reach," which addresses how the data revolution, from genetic to digital, has provided a compelling need to assess wellness and its progression to disease. He is also a member of the summit's strategic steering committee: http://www.pphsummit.com/steering-committee.html
Powering Precision Health will be attended by hundreds of leading researchers from academia, pharma/biopharma, government research institutes, CROs and clinical labs. The summit will feature three executive panel sessions and speaker tracks diving deep into scientific solutions based on novel research for preventing, detecting and treating disease long before symptoms present. The focus will be primarily oncology, neurology, cardiology, and the basis of most disease pathways, inflammation. For more information visit www.pphsummit.com and join the conversation on social media using hashtag #PPHSUMMIT: Twitter @PPHSUMMIT Facebook @PPH2016 LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/powering-precision-health-2016
About Powering Precision Health Summit
Powering Precision Health 2016 is the nation's first summit dedicated to bringing the world's leading physicians and scientists together to unveil their latest research on new biomarkers that are revolutionizing precision health. Founded by Kevin Hrusovsky, a widely acclaimed thought leader and visionary in life sciences and personalized medicine, PPHSummit is an executive think tank of researchers and clinicians working together to transform healthcare. Addressing a wide spectrum of therapeutic areas -- neurology, cardiology, oncology, inflammation and infectious disease -- PPHSummit unveils groundbreaking approaches to prevention, early diagnosis, and nextgen treatments. PPHSUMMIT features an unprecedented keynote lineup of dignitaries from Harvard Medical School, Mass General Hospital, MIT, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Tufts, Whitehead Institute, Boston University, Dana Farber and more. Join the conversation on social media using hashtag #PPHSUMMIT. For more information: www.pphsummit.com, Twitter @PPHSUMMIT, Facebook @PPHC2016, Email: ="http://10.86.178.63:2011/Users/Jeff/Desktop/PR%20Materialsemail@example.com" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">firstname.lastname@example.org, Mobile/Text: 978-302-1198.
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