Precision medicine is the use of an individual’s personal health history, family history, and genomic information to develop a personalized health treatment plan.
Intermountain Precision Genomics has implemented precision medicine in oncology, primary care, and mental health. This new approach to medicine is yielding exciting outcomes for patients. Come to this free lecture given by Executive Director of Precision Medicine and Precision Genomics at Intermountain Healthcare Dr. Lincoln Nadauld to learn how.
Date and Time
October 9, 2018 at 6 p.m.
Park City Hospital
Blair Education Center
900 Round Valley Drive
Park City, UT
About the speaker:
Lincoln Nadauld, MD, PHD
As the Executive Director of Precision Medicine and Precision Genomics at Intermountain Healthcare Dr. Nadauld oversees the clinical implementation of genomic cancer medicine across its 22 hospitals and 180 physician clinics.
Dr. Nadauld completed clinical training in Medical Oncology at Stanford University School of Medicine, where he also completed a postdoctoral fellowship in solid tumor genomics. He remains on the research faculty at Stanford, focusing on cancer genomics and personalized medicine. His work has been published extensively. He also serves on the Board of Directors of the Gastric Cancer Foundation and regularly reviews grant applications on behalf of the Department of Defense. Dr. Nadauld recently participated in the Precision Medicine Initiative Summit and roundtables at the White House with former President Barack Obama. He also attended former Vice President Joe Biden’s Cancer Moonshot Summit, where the Oncology Precision Network (OPeN), spearheaded by Dr. Nadauld, was mentioned among the vice president’s remarks. OPeN is a consortium of healthcare partners working to advance data-sharing in precision medicine, including genomic information and outcomes.
Dr. Nadauld is married with five children, and enjoys attending their many activities and events, water sports, fishing, and other athletic pursuits.