From Medicine For the Average to Medicine For the Individual

IFM Founder Jeffrey Bland, PhD, ‪explains how the clinical side of the "omics" is now taking shape
The template for applying systems biology in clinical practice is emerging to create better outcomes for patients, and we are moving from medicine for the average to medicine for the individual.
IFM's 2015 Annual International Conference (AIC), The “Omics” Revolution: Nature and Nurture will strengthen the clinician’s ability to apply systems biology in clinical practice. Join us May 28-30 in Austin, Texas, and return home with practical skills in applying the principles of the "omics" revolution.

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Taking the Omics Revolution to the Street

Integrative Medicine: A Clinician’s Journal (IMCJ) interviews IFM Founder Jeffrey Bland, PhD, and Chief Medical Education Officer Patrick Hanaway, MD, on the theme of the 2015 Annual International Conference: The 'Omics' Revolution: Nature and Nurture.

"We are watching a transition from a disease-centric system to a wellness-centric system based upon the 'omics' revolution."
- Jeffrey Bland, PhD

"The 'omics' revolution is here, and the amazing thing is that we don’t have to wait. We are using these tools, today. It is not just a concept; it is practice."
- Patrick Hanaway, MD

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