In this seventh episode, Nathan Price, Professor & Associate Director of the Institute for Systems Biology, explains the concept and aspiration of 'scientific wellness'. He predicts that it will become the dominant paradigm of 21st century healthcare. He explains ‘personal, dense, dynamic data clouds’ will enable both peak wellness and disease avoidance. Possibilities that China may leapfrog the United States.
Lee: Hello, Nathan. Welcome to the seventh episode of the Hyper Wellbeing podcast. Nathan: Lee, it’s great to be with you. Lee: Appreciate it. The last time I saw you was at Hyper Wellbeing 2016 where you gave a keynote. That was greatly appreciated. Nathan: It was a great meeting. Thanks for organizing. Lee: Nathan, can you do a favor... Read More‘Scientific Wellness’ as Dominant Paradigm of 21st Century Healthcare – EP07: Nathan Price (ISB)
In this fourth episode, Ardy Arianpour, CEO of Seqster, shares why the future of your health data is a centralized view, controlled by you, pulled from wearables, genetic tests, logged nutritional intake as well as your medical records even if spread across institutions. He relates the unique need and ability to share our lifetime of health data transgenerationally.
Lee: Hello and welcome to the fourth episode of the Hyper Wellbeing podcast. On today’s show we have Ardy Arianpour. Ardy is the CEO and co-founder of Seqster. Ardy is a visionary genomics executive and serial entrepreneur in the biotech industry. Prior to starting Seqster, Ardy launched several clinical and consumer-based genetic test as CCO of Pathway Genomics and SVP... Read MoreFuture of Owning, Storing & Sharing Your Health Data – EP04: Ardy Arianpour (Seqster)
To ensure the event is purposeful, meaningful and coherent, I’m writing a guiding narrative to share with speakers before starting to solicit their talk titles and descriptions next week. The final narrative will probably have 4-5 sections. This post contains the first-section draft.
Computing is integrating with the human being. It began with the mobile phone; particularly when mobile underwent a revolution starting in 2007 to become an “open”, always-connected, general purpose, multi-sensor1, pocket computer2. This has positioned it onto a path of increasing ability to capture and ascertain “intimate data”; data that is close-to-body and data about how we live our lives.... Read MoreThird-Computing Revolution