Dr. Jeffrey Bland
Have you registered for the 2016 Thought Leaders Consortium presented by Personalized Lifestyle Medicine Institute (PLMI)? If you haven’t, watch this video from PLMI president Dr. Jeffrey Bland to learn about speakers, topics, what to expect, and more. The conference will be help this October in Phoenix, AZ.
Dr. Jeffrey Bland discusses how plant based phytochemicals benefit your health through their influences on your unique biochemistry. Dr. Bland, known as the “Father of Functional Medicine” and a recognized leader in the nutrition medicine field for over 35 years, synthesizes complex scientific concepts in a manner that is both personable and accessible.
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Dr. Jeffrey Bland and the Personalized Lifestyle Medicine Institute (PLMI) are hosting the fourth annual Thought Leader’s Consortium October 22-23 in Phoenix, Arizona at the Sheraton Grand at Wild Horse Pass. This year’s intensive consortium is titled “Harnessing the Genomic Revolution: Breakthroughs in Personalized Precision Health Care”, and covers recent research into cancer genomics, personalized approaches to cancer treatment, and the application of personalized healthcare in the treatment of chronic disease
Register now and get more information.
Did you miss the Personalized Lifestyle Medicine and Dr. Jeffrey Bland’s 2015 Thought Leaders Consortium, The Future of Genomics in Healthcare: From Personalized Cancer Therapy to Wellness? You can now access all the videos from the conference free on the PLMI website. Speakers and topics include:
- Dr. Jeffrey Bland on the healthcare revolution
- Nathan Price, PhD on big data and the future of medicine
- Stacie J. Stephenson, DC, CNS on incorporating genomics into cancer care
- Dr. Gerald Mullen on the interaction of the gut microbiome on health and disease
And many more. Access the portal below – registration is required read more…
In this final installment of the series from the Institute for Functional Medicine and Dr. Jeffrey Bland, Dr. Bland discusses current research into how life events shape genetic expression and the progression of disease. When should you consider epigenetic events vs cellular reactions or other considerations? How can you counsel patients on the effects of their lifestyle choices on their health, their genetic expression, and their disease trajectory?
Read the article for an in-depth discussion and to access additional resources, including three free audio interviews with scientific luminaries regarding their research into this field.