Our present healthcare system focuses on treating people when they are ill rather than keeping them healthy. We have been using big data and remote monitoring approaches to monitor people while they are healthy to keep them that way and detect disease at its earliest moment presymptomatically. We use advanced multiomics technologies (genomics, immunomics, transcriptomics, proteomics, metabolomics, microbiomics) as well as wearables and microsampling for actively monitoring health. Following a group of 109 individuals for up to 13 years revealed numerous major health discoveries covering cardiovascular disease, oncology, metabolic health and infectious disease. We have also found that individuals have distinct aging patterns that can be measured in an actionable period of time. Finally, we have used wearable devices for early detection of infectious disease, including COVID-19 as well as microsampling for monitoring and improving lifestyle. We believe that advanced technologies have the potential to transform healthcare and keep people healthy.

Join Michael Snyder, Professor & Chair, Stanford University School of Medicine in this Free Webinar to discuss the use of big data and remote monitoring to transform healthcare today.

Moderated by Neil Spooner, Director, Spooner Bioanalytical Solutions and Co-Founder of the Patient Centric Sampling Interest Group (PCSIG), a not-for-profit organization that brings together a variety of interested parties who wish to develop and promote the use of patient centric blood sampling technologies for the advancement of human healthcare and well-being.

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