Networking Speaker Luncheon – CANCELLED

Corona del Mar Chamber
Networking Speaker Luncheon – CANCELLED

THIS EVENT IS CANCELLED

  GREAT FOOD & NETWORKING

FEATURED SPEAKER: Dr. John Quackenbush

FEATURED TOPIC:  Living Longer/Healthier in A Data Rich World

EVENT DETAILS

Join us for an outstanding opportunity to network over lunch at our popular Networking and Speaker Luncheons.   Held on the third Tuesday of each month, these events give Chamber Members and guests the opportunity to introduce their business, keep informed on interesting topics, and meet new people.

EVENT DATE:

Tuesday, Sept 18, 2018

EVENT TIME:

Check-in & Networking          11:30AM – 12:00
Program & Lunch                    12:00-1:15pm

LOCATION:

Bayside Restaurant
900 Bayside Drive, Newport Beach, CA 92660

COST:

Chamber Members $30 / Guest $40

INCLUDES:

Networking, Introduction of your business, Featured Speaker, Gourmet Entree with Dessert and Non-Alcoholic Beverages. (Wine or cocktails avail cash bar)

RSVP:

Open to the Community with Advance Reservations only.

Featured Speaker & Topic:

Quackenbush-2-(preferred)

FEATURED TOPIC:

Living Longer & Healthier in a Data Rich World

SPEAKER:

Dr. John Quackenbush 
Professor

BIO

John Quackenbush is Professor of Biostatistics and Computational Biology at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Professor of Computational Biology and Bioinformatics at the Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health. John’s PhD was in Theoretical Physics, in 1992 he received a fellowship from the National Institutes of Health to work on the Human Genome Project, which led him from the Salk Institute to Stanford University the The Institute for Genomic Research (TIGR) before moving to Harvard in 2005. John’s research uses massive data from DNA sequencing and other assays to model functional networks in human cells. By comparing networks between groups of individuals, he has found new drug targets, explored chemotherapy resistance, and investigated differences between the sexes. He has made pioneering discoveries about how the genetic variants work together to determine our traits. John has published more than 275 papers, his work has been cited more than 63,000 times. He has received numerous awards for his work, including recognition in 2013 as a White House Open Science Champion of Change. He is also the co-founder of Genospace, a precision medicine software company that was purchased by the Hospital Corporation of America in 2017.

Reservations

Advanced Reservations Only

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