Population Health and Prevention in the Omics and Big Data Era:
A cell-to-society approach

October 17-18, 2018

On behalf of the organizing committee, we invite you to join us for this two-day conference addressing how population health coupled with state-of-the-art omics and big data can inform precision medicine strategies to improve wellness, prevention, patient risk stratification, management and treatment. We look forward to seeing you!  

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Ann Hsing, PhD

Che-Hong Chen, PhD

OCT 17

DAY ONE: Liver Cancer

Day one of the conference will focus on liver cancer and in particular the changing landscape and underlying etiology of liver cancer and its implications for liver cancer prevention. 

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OCT 18


Day two will focus on how the genetics of aldehyde metabolism (alcohol flushing or Asian flushing) influences liver, gastrointestinal cancers and other human diseases. 

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Faculty and Industry $25
Students and Postdocs $20

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Stanford University
Berg Hall at Li Ka Shing Center (LKSC)
291 Campus Drive
Stanford, CA, United States

Dates: October 17-18, 2018

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There are a number of hotels located near campus in surrounding suburbs including Palo Alto and Menlo Park. Click here

Stanford University is easily accessible by Cal Train public transportation.  The Marguerite shuttle is free of charge and provides regular service from the Palo Alto train station and California Avenue to the Stanford campus.  Rideshare options such as Uber and Lyft are also readily available in the area.


Ann Hsing (annhsing@stanford.edu)
Che-hong Chen (chehong@stanford.edu)
Eric Gross (ergross@stanford.edu)