Can predictive analytics diagnose a person before they become a patient? Can you apply a mathematical formula to millions of data sets and prevent your quarterback from ever throwing out his arm?
The opportunities are limitless in applying big data analytics in the health and sports industries. Today, data science is starting to be used to not only to help patients and athletes live longer and healthier lives, it’s also enabling them to play an active role in their health plan.
On Tuesday, December 8, SAP will host its Spotlight Tour in New York City. At the event, participants can learn how the latest technological advances have transformed two of the world’s biggest industries – healthcare and sports – making them more personal, predictive and preventative.
The event promises to deliver:
Significant announcement of SAP’s commitment to personalized medicine. With 30% of the world’s data coming from the healthcare sector alone, the opportunities are endless. Thought leadership in healthcare to share how they are making a difference in individual lives: the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) and Stanford University School of Medicine.
Engaging conversations with a panel of sports heavyweights, including participants from the New York Giants, Stanford Health, Under Armour and University of Notre Dame, among others, about how the Internet of Things and big data analytics are enabling athletes from high school to college to the professional level train wiser, live healthier, predict and prevent injuries, and perform at their very best.
An expert panels run from 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. ET at Chelsea Piers, located at 23rd street and Hudson River Park. SAP will offer a networking lunch just after and showcase demos until 2:00 p.m. ET.
The working agenda is included below. This event is by invitation only; those looking to join can contact Jackie Montesinos at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
9:30 a.m. –
Arrivals and Registration
10:00 a.m. –
Welcome Address from Master of Ceremonies Alexis Glick, GENYOUth
10:15 a.m. –
SAP’s Commitment to Personalized Medicine Unlocking the value of patient data to help doctors make informed, real-time decisions and predictions of a patient’s health
Greg McStravick, Global Head of Database & Technology
10:25 a.m. – 11:15 a.m.
Personalized Treatments Starts at the Genome American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) and Stanford University School of Medicine Demonstrate how by breaking down genomes they can uncover mutations to deliver individual treatment options
Carlos Bustamante, Professor of Genetics, Stanford University Medical School
Clifford A. Hudis, MD, Member, CancerLinQ LLC Board of Governors, ASCO President, 2013-2014
11:15 a.m. –
The Formula to Win: Analytics as a Game Changer for Athletes A panel of sports heavyweights, including Under Armour, the New York Giants and ESPN, among others, will discuss how the Internet of things and big data analytics is enabling athletes to train wiser, live healthier, predict and prevent injuries, and perform at their very best. Panel moderated by Marty Mrugal, Chief Innovation Officer, SAP North America
Bill Seringer, Stanford Health Clinical Supervisor Outpatient Orthopedics and Sports Medicine
Jack Swarbrick, Notre Dame Vice President and Director of Athletics
Kathleen Stroia, WTA SVP Sports Sciences & Medicine and transitions
Kevin Abrams, Assistant General Manager NY Giants
Kurt Kendall, Global Head of Consumer Engagement for Under Armour
Stacy T Sims, PhD – Environmental Exercise Physiologist-Nutrition Scientist, CISSN
12:15 p.m. –
1:00 p.m. –
Healthcare deep dive and demos with speakers
1:30 p.m. –
Sports deep dive and demos with speakers
Moderator: Alexis Glick, CEO GenYouth Foundation:
Kurt Kendall, Global Head of Consumer Engagement, Under Armour
Dr. Stacy T. Sims, MSc, PhD, has contributed to the environmental exercise physiology and sports nutrition field for more than 15 years as both an athlete and a scientist. The chief research officer/co-founder of Osmo Hydration, Dr. Sims served an exercise physiologist and nutrition scientist in the human performance lab at Stanford University from 2007-2012 where she specialized in sex differences of environmental and nutritional considerations for recovery and performance. Her personal interest in sex differences and performance has been the precedence of her academic and consulting career, always looking at true physiology to apply innovative solutions in the sport nutrition world.
Not only an elite athlete herself, Dr. Sims has extensive experience working with athletes at all levels: from beginning recreational athletes to the Olympians and Tour de France-caliber cyclists. In 2012 she left her full time academic position at Stanford to become a mom, launch a start-up (Osmo Hydration ) and start her own consultancy practice – all to disseminate science into real world applications for athletes, coaches, educators, and colleagues.
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