Washington University in St. Louis Forum for Greater China

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Washington University in St. Louis Forum for Greater China panel session, Hong Kong.
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Washington University in St Louis Forums showcase top Washington University faculty members and engage local academic and business experts to consider and address global issues.

Keynote addresses were given by Dr. Francis Sessions Cole, MD on personalized medicine, and Dr. Robert D. Schreiber on pharmaceutical companies strategies.

Forum participants included business leaders, government officials, university faculty and administrators, and Washington University alumni, and prospective students. Together we explore the issues of personalized medicine and the future of health care in order to stimulate additional collaborative research that will advance global solutions to these challenges.

Forum Program 2018 

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Friday, December 14, 2018

  • Forum 1:30 – 6:00 PM
  • Reception & Dinner 6:00 – 9:00 PM

Personalized Medicine and the Future of Health Care

F. Sessions Cole
Francis Sessions Cole, III, MD
Chief Medical Officer, St. Louis Children’s Hospital
Executive Vice Chair, Department of Pediatrics
Assistant Vice Chancellor for Children’s Health
Division Chief, Newborn Medicine
Park J. White, M.D., Professor of Pediatrics
Professor of Cell Biology and Physiology
Researcher, Pathobiology
School of Medicine

Keynote: Personalized Medicine: From Genomic Discovery to Clinical Impact

Panel Discussion: Business Strategies for Future of Healthcare

Robert Schreiber
Robert D. Schreiber, PhD
A. M. Bursky & J. M. Bursky Distinguished Professor
Department of Immunobiology
School of Medicine

Keynote: Immunological Approaches to Managing Disease

Panel Discussion: Trends in the Science and Practice of Personalized Medicine in Greater China