Jeffrey Bland, PhD
As a leader in nutritional medicine, Jeffrey S. Bland, PhD, FACN, CNS
, is well known for his synthesis of medical knowledge, biochemistry, and nutritional data. In this free Grand Rounds lecture presented by IFM and the Cleveland Clinic Center for Functional Medicine
, Dr. Bland will discuss Systems Biology and Functional Medicine: An Emergent Approach to Chronic Disease Management
. Treating chronic illness and patients with multiple comorbidities requires a systems-based approach, yet treatments must also be tailored to each individual. Dr. Bland will describe why this is necessary, how it can be enacted, and what clinicians can do to implement this type of methodology.
Dr. Bland explains how a systems biology approach to health care has become increasingly relevant in the age of personalized medicine.
Dr. Bland co-founded The Institute for Functional Medicine in 1991. He is also founder and president of the Personalized Lifestyle Medicine Institute (PLMI
). Join us this May 2, either via live stream or by accessing the free recording for 24 hours after the lecture.
In the Cleveland area?
|Live Broadcast: Tuesday, May 2, 2017, at 7 am EDT, with a rebroadcast at 7 am PDT. Participate in a live chat featuring IFM staff and educators.|
|Online Streaming: Online streaming will be available for free following the live event - starting at 1pm EDT on Tuesday, May 2, 2017 until 1 pm EDT, Wednesday, May 3, 2017.|
Attend this free event in person at the Cleveland Clinic, Glickman Tower, 2nd Floor. Attend This Free Live Stream Event to Learn About:
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- The concept of systems biology and its application to medicine
- Identify the conceptual framework of Functional Medicine
- How Functional Medicine represents an operational approach to implementing systems biology into chronic disease management
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