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The Mayo Symposium | Jacksonville

 Export to Your Calendar 10/9/2016
When: 10/09/2016
1:00 pm
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Mayo Clinic Campus
4500 San Pablo Rd S
Jacksonville, Florida  32224
United States
Contact: BioFlorida


Online registration is available until: 9/28/2016
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Mayo Symposium with BioFlorida – October 9th, 2016

On behalf of Mayo Clinic, we invite you to join us for a special presentation on the Mayo Clinic campus in beautiful Jacksonville, Florida. Spend the afternoon hearing from innovative leaders with Mayo Clinic’s Center for Individualized Medicine and Center for Regenerative Medicine, as they share how we integrate the latest technology and research breakthroughs into the clinical practice to personalize care for patients. Afterward, enjoy a tour of the Mayo Clinic J. Wayne and Delores Barr Weaver Simulation Center, where you will explore how Mayo teams apply our renowned collaborative practice model and advance education across specialties for practitioners within Mayo Clinic and beyond.

Fees and Information

Your ticket to the Mayo Symposium includes:

- Transportation from the Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverfront to the Mayo Clinic at 12:30 PM

Hear from speakers with Mayo Clinic’s Center for Individualized Medicine and Center for Regenerative Medicine

- Refreshments

- Tour of the Mayo Clinic J. Wayne and Delores Barr Weaver Simulation Center

- Transportation from the Mayo Clinic to the Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverfront at 3:45 PM

Pricing:
BioFlorida Member: $40.00

Non-Member: $50.00
Registration Closes September 28, 2016

Location

 

Mayo Clinic

Davis Building: Walker Auditorium

4500 San Pablo Road

Jacksonville, FL 32224

Agenda 

Time

Activity

Duration

Speaker

Location

12:30pm Transportation Pick-up 30 minutes N/A Hyatt Regency Lobby 

1:00pm

Guests arrive / tour sign-ups

15 minutes

N/A

Walker Auditorium

1:15

Welcome – Opening remarks

5 minutes

Moderator: Dr. Charles Bruce

Walker Auditorium

1:20

Regenerative Medicine – speaker 1 [15 min talk with 5 min Q&A]

20 minutes

Dr. Shane Shapiro

Walker Auditorium

1:40

Regenerative Medicine - speaker 2 [15 min talk with 5 min Q&A]

20 minutes

James Rogers III

Walker Auditorium

2:00

Transitioning remarks

5 minutes

Moderator: Dr. Charles Bruce

Walker Auditorium

2:25

Center for Individualized Medicine - speaker 1 [15 min talk with 5 min Q&A]

20 minutes

Dr. Alex Parker

Walker Auditorium

2:45

Center for Individualized Medicine - speaker 2 [15 min talk with 5 min Q&A]

20 minutes

Dr. John Fryer

Walker Auditorium

3:05

Walk to Stabile 150 for refreshments

5 minutes

All

Stabile 150 N

3:10

Refreshments 3:10-3:45

40 minutes

All

Stabile 150 N

3:10

Start Tour Group 1

20 minutes

Guide

SIM Center

3:20

Start Tour Group 2

20 minutes

Guide

SIM Center

3:30

Start Tour Group 3

20 minutes

Guide

SIM Center

3:40

Closing remarks

5 minutes

Moderator: Dr. Charles Bruce

Stabile 150 N

3:45pm

Depart back to hotel

All

Stabile N Entrance

 

Moderator

Charles J. Bruce, MD

Professor of Medicine

Mayo Clinic College of Medicine

Department of Cardiovascular Diseases


Biography:

Charles Bruce, M.D., serves as the Associate Medical Director for Mayo Clinic Ventures, as well as Director for Business Development in the Center for Regenerative Medicine at Mayo Clinic in Florida.  He is a practicing cardiologist as well as a researcher, inventor, and professor of Medicine. His unique perspective into the challenges of health care delivery are shaped by his medical experiences in South Africa and the United States. Dr. Bruce is an accomplished innovator who helped create five start-up companies. He holds more than 20 issued patents for medical inventions.


 

Speakers

Shane A. Shapiro, MD

Instructor in Family Medicine

Assistant Professor of Orthopedics

Mayo Clinic College of Medicine


Biography:

Regenerative medicine is a game-changing area of medicine with the potential to fully heal damaged tissues and organs, offering solutions and hope for people who have conditions that today are beyond repair. Dr. Shane Shapiro, Assistant Professor of Orthopedic Surgery at Mayo Clinic College of Medicine, studies novel regenerative techniques for chronic non-healing bone, joint, muscle, tendon, ligament and skin maladies that are not candidates for conventional surgical management. Dr. Shapiro has research protocols involving both bone marrow and adipose derived stem cells to treat arthritis, and recently, completed an FDA IND clinical trial using mesenchymal stem cells to treat osteoarthritic knees.


 

Alexander Parker, PhD

Cecilia and Dan Carmichael Family Associate Director for the Center for Individualized Medicine

Vice Chair, Health Sciences Research

Professor of Epidemiology and Urology


Biography:

Dr. Parker’s research program centers on the molecular and clinical epidemiology of urologic cancers, primarily focusing on issues related to kidney cancer. His work leverages new technologies to understand the mechanisms that support kidney cancer development and aggressiveness.  More importantly, he works closely with Mayo physicians to translate this knowledge into better, more individualized care for patients with kidney cancer. In addition to his research activities, Dr. Parker was instrumental in establishing and leading the Center for Individualized Medicine and The Department of Clinical Genomics on the Mayo Florida campus where physicians, scientists and allied staff work every day to move individualized medicine from ‘promise to practice’.


 

John D. Fryer, PhD

Associate Professor of Neuroscience

Mayo Clinic College of Medicine

Assistant Dean Mayo Graduate School in Florida

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Biography:

The laboratory of John D. Fryer, Ph.D., studies the pathogenesis of Alzheimer's disease, focusing on molecular mechanisms of known genetic risk factors. Dr. Fryer also dedicates his time to researching the role of the gut microbiome in mental health. The microbes in the gut and their collective genomes (the microbiome) have an increasingly recognized role in human health and disease. Dr. Fryer's team found that a high-fat diet and exercise both dramatically alter the levels of these microbes and associated levels of anxiety and cognition. The lab is now pursuing investigations of how the gut microbiome can be manipulated to alter mood and cognition in both mouse models and human populations.


 

James A. Rogers, III

Chair, Mayo Clinic Ventures

Mayo Clinic Center for Regenerative Medicine

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Biography:

James A. Rogers III, J.D. has worked for Mayo Clinic since November 2000 and is the Chair of Mayo Clinic Ventures. As Chair, he is responsible for overseeing the commercialization of Mayo Clinic's intellectual property. Jim also holds appointment within Mayo Clinic Legal Department and is responsible for overseeing Mayo's patent portfolio. He received his B.S. degree in Biology at the University of Iowa in 1989 and his J.D., with High Distinction, at the University of Iowa, College of Law in 1991.

 

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