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Personalized Health Conference Cultivates International, Interdisciplinary Collaborations

Tuesday 21 November 2017

 

From Stanford Medicine's Scope:

 

Personalized Health Conference
 

Personalized Health Conference cultivates international, interdisciplinary collaborations

By Raeka Aiyar
November 17, 2017
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“Every one of us has a passion to improve human health,” said Lloyd Minor, MD, dean of Stanford’s medical school, as he welcomed participants to the Personalized Health Conference held here earlier this month. “And it’s important to remember that in the end, research is about the people. We must always find opportunities to help them.”

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In a similarly personal vein, Stanford Genome Technology Center Director Ron Davis, PhD, presented his research on chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS), a debilitating disease that has afflicted his son for years. Davis has put together a diverse team of leaders in their fields, drawing on everyone’s expertise to tackle this challenging problem. “This is an opportunity for you to study a mysterious and widespread disease that has been overlooked and underfunded,” said Davis, inviting the audience to collaborate. “And I suspect we can cure it.”

 

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