Dr. Sekulic will share the exciting new world of medicine since the human genome has been decoded. The practice of using patients’ genetics to improve disease outcomes is in its infancy but we are already seeing new ways to personalize medicine to get better outcomes in cancers and other diseases. Mayo Clinic, located nearby, is on the forefront to this new frontier in medicine and treating patients from all over the world. Learn all about how genes can unlock the secrets to best treating any current and future illnesses as well as staying healthy. You won’t want to miss this interesting and exciting discussion about genomics and how this translates to how you will be diagnosed and treated in the future. Find out Dr. Sekulic’s top three questions you should ask you or your loved one’s doctor during your visits.
Complimentary wine and appetizers provided. Doors open at 6 p.m., program begins at 6:30 p.m.
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About Aleksandar Sekulic, MD, PhD
Dr. Sekulic is a recipient of the Excellence in Teaching Recognition Award from Mayo Medical School. He has given international, national, and regional presentations and has been published in numerous peer‐reviewed journals. He was honored as a recipient of the Gerstner Family Foundation Career Development Award in Individualized Medicine and is currently funded by the Stand Up To Cancer and Melanoma Research Alliance, as well as the National Institutes of Health.