About the Event
Many physicians agree that managing stress biology can improve health and wellness of people with a number of chronic medical conditions. Inmedix has developed an easy to administer test for stress biology that has a total addressable market exceeding $3BN.
Please join a panel discussion on the science of wellness and prevention featuring three distinguished experts in the field:
Andrew J. Holman MD, Co-Founder, CEO Inmedix
Dr. Holman is the founding rheumatologist and Director of Research at Pacific Rheumatology Research Inc. He is former President of the Northwest Rheumatism Society and a Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of Washington. He has designed, completed and published 15 clinical studies, including FDA negotiations, involving nearly 1500 patients.
Lee Hood, MD PhD, CEO Phenome Health & CSO Institute for Systems Biology
A world-renowned scientist and recipient of the National Medal of Science in 2011, Dr. Leroy Hood is the co-founder of the Institute for Systems Biology, the SVP and Chief Science Officer at Providence St. Joseph Health and Chief Strategy Officer and Professor at ISB. Among his many achievements, Dr. Hood is a member of the National Academy of Sciences, the National Academy of Engineering, and the National Academy of Medicine. Of the more than 6,000 scientists worldwide who belong to one or more of these academies, Dr. Hood is one of only 20 people elected to all three.
Jolene Anderson, co-founder and Managing Partner of Vectorpoint Ventures
Ms. Anderson works with a global client list seeking and an extensive network of business executives and mentors in industry and commerce. She advised companies in the Seattle biotech community and serves on the boards of nonprofits focusing on healthy communities and education. She is a problem solver committed to providing consulting for companies through introducing strategic partnerships and mentorship.