Health China
UCSF Mission Bay Conference Center in San Francisco
Mission Bay Conference Center at UCSF
675 Owens Street San Francisco, CA 94143-3000
San Francisco, CA

Schedule of Presentations:

Monday, November 12, 2007
07:30:00 Breakfast & Registration
08:30:00 Welcome Caroline Kovac
08:45:00 Industry Update: State of the Personalized, Predictive and Preventative Medicine World G Steven Burrill
09:45:00 Break
10:15:00 Here Today: Personalized Medicine in the Clinic Garrett Vygantas, Wolfgang Sadee, Randy Scott, Peter G Traber, Ralph Snyderman, Franklyn G. Prendergast
12:00:00 ‘Conversations with Experts’ Luncheon
13:30:00 Interview: The FDA and Regulatory Approval Steven Gutman, Ann Hanham
14:45:00 The 3rd Annual Personalized Medicine Meeting Preliminary Agenda
15:15:00 How Science and Technology is Accelerating the Pace of Biomarker Development Joe Gray, Zachary R. Scott, Patrice M. Milos, Patrick J Balthrop, Brad Margus, Jeff Trent
16:45:00 Meeting Wrap-Up (Day One) Caroline Kovac
17:30:00 Networking Reception
Tuesday, November 13, 2007
07:30:00 Working Breakfast
08:30:00 Panel: Targeted Treatments vs The Blockbuster - Pharmacogenomics comes of Age David R Parkinson, Eiry W Roberts, Andy Williams, Caroline Kovac
09:45:00 Break
10:00:00 Panel: Patient-centric Medicine - PM from the Patient’s Point of View MaryRose Barranco Morris, Franco B Mueller, Peter Vitulli, Paul S. Coggin, Ryan Phelan, Jay Silverstein
11:15:00 Panel: Who Will Pay? The Economics of Personalized Medicine Amy Miller, Kathryn Phillips, Christopher Nohrden, Kåre Geil, Bruce Quinn
12:30:00 Luncheon
13:45:00 Keynote Speaker: “The Experimental Man Project: One Man Gets the Ultimate High Tech David Ewing Duncan, William D Young
14:45:00 Panel: Diagnostics in Personalized Medicine Linda McAllister, Emery J Stephans, William D Young, Paul Billings, Pierre Cassigneul, John J. Sninsky
16:00:00 Meeting Wrap-Up
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