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Home > Press > FutureMed Executive Program at Singularity University Looks at Impact of Technology on the Future of Health and Biomedicine

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FutureMed, an executive program for physicians, healthcare executives, innovators and investors focused on exploring the impact of rapidly developing technologies on the future of health and biomedicine, is being held May 10-15 at Singularity University on the NASA-Ames Research Park in Silicon Valley.

FutureMed Executive Program at Singularity University Looks at Impact of Technology on the Future of Health and Biomedicine

Moffett Field, CA | Posted on March 22nd, 2011

Few fields have the potential to evolve more dramatically through disruptive, exponential technologies than healthcare. Low cost genomic sequencing and proteomics, ever-faster and higher-resolution imaging, artificial intelligence, telemedicine, stem cells, robotic surgery, smaller and more capable implantable and wearable devices, ubiquitous mobile applications, nanotechnology and synthetic biology -- these and other game-changing technologies and innovations have tremendous implications for the medicine, healthcare and the biomedical industry in the decade ahead, including the potential enablement of better, more accessible care at lower costs.

The five-day intensive FutureMed program includes lectures, workshops and site visits that are led by notable faculty from the fields of medicine, biotechnology and innovation. CME credit is available for clinicians. Faculty for the May program are being announced today. A full list is on the FutureMed web site (futuremed2011.com/futuremed-faculty).

"We're fortunate to have at FutureMed truly world-class innovators and thought leading faculty, across multiple disciplines," said Dr. Daniel Kraft, a Stanford and Harvard trained physician-scientist who chairs the Medicine track for Singularity University.

FutureMed faculty include:

-Peter Diamandis MD, Chairman of the X-PRIZE and co-founder of Singularity University
-Tim O'Reilly, Founder and CEO of O'Reilly Media
-Dean Ornish MD, Founder and President, Preventative Medicine Research Institute
-Thomas Goetz MPH, Executive Editor WIRED, Author of 'The Decision Tree'
-Dan Barry MD PhD, 3 time Space Shuttle NASA Astronaut and Roboticist
-Catherine Mohr MD, Director of Medical Research, Intuitive Surgical
-David Ewing Duncan, Author of 'Experimental Man,' and the 'Personalized Medicine Manifesto'
-Randy Scott PhD, Founder and Chairman of Genomic Health
-Roni Zeiger MD, Chief Health Strategist, Google
-Christopher Longhurst MD, Chief Information Officer for Packard Children's Hospital, Stanford Medical School
-Michael Gillam MD, Director of the Microsoft Medical Media at Microsoft Health
-Allan May, CEO of Life Sciences Angels
-Michael West PhD, Founder of Geron and BioTime Pharmaceuticals

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About Singularity University
Singularity University (SU) was co-founded by Ray Kurzweil, futurist, inventor and author of "The Singularity Is Near," and Dr. Peter Diamandis, chairman and founder of the X-PRIZE Foundation. SU's mission is to assemble, educate and inspire a cadre of leaders who strive to understand and facilitate the development of exponentially advancing technologies in order to address humanity's grand challenges. A 10-week summer Graduate Studies Program is held each summer at the NASA-Ames Research Park. Exponential Technology Executive Programs for business executives are also held quarterly -- the next program is April 1-8. Corporate sponsors include Google, Autodesk, Nokia, ePlanet Ventures, and the Kauffman Foundation, Technology Credit Union and others. For more information, visit www.singularityu.org. Follow SU on twitter.com/singularityu and at www.facebook.com/singularityu

About FutureMed
The FutureMed executive program educates and informs physicians, senior health care executives, entrepreneurs and investors to understand and recognize the opportunities and disruptive influences of exponentially growing technologies. Core tracks include those which will explore the exponential trends in Information & Data-driven and Internet-Enabled Health Care, Genomics and Personalized Medicine, Regenerative Medicine, Robotics & Future Interventional Approaches, NeuroMedicine, Device & Drug Development, and Entrepreneurship. Talks, workshops and site visits will be led by a mix of world class faculty from across the biomedical and healthcare spectrum. FutureMed will be held at the NASA Ames Research Park in the heart of Silicon Valley on May 10-15th. Tuition includes meals, site visits and lodging for participants on the NASA Research Park campus. For more information and to register see FutureMed2011.com. Follow FutureMed on twitter and at facebook.com/futuremed

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FutureMed Contact:
Robin Farmanfarmaian

650-204-0647

Press Contact:
Singularity University
Tawnya Lancaster

408-205-1618

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