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Special Opportunity: Attend the Self-Tracking Panel and Ignite Talks at the Medicine 2.0 Conference
Sunday, September 18, 2011 from 3:00 PM to 5:30 PM (PDT)
A special opportunity for the Quantified Self community to participate in the Medicine 2.0 Conference at Stanford University.
3-3:40pm - Panel Discussion on Self-Tracking and Quantified Self
- Gary Wolf, Moderator (Quantified Self Organizer)
- Paul Abramson MD (Quant-Friendly Doctor, My Doctor Medical Group)
- Anne Wright (Founder, BodyTrack)
- Ben Rubin (CTO, Zeo)
- Jeff Holove (CEO, Basis)
- Christine Robins (CEO, BodyMedia)
3:40-4:25pm- Brief talks demonstrating self-tracking concepts
- Results of self-tracking demonstration project with 9 participants (Paul Abramson and Anne Wright)
- Thomas Christensen (MyMee)
- Allan Bailey
4:25-5:30 - Mixing and Mingling in the Lobby with speakers and participants
5:30pm- Group dinner at a nearby restaurant for those interested in continuing the conversation
There is no charge to attend this portion of the event, if you register via this page and bring your ticket with you.
Additional Special Opportunity: If you would like to attend the entire day's program on Sunday 9/18, including the keynote by BJ Fogg, there are a few available discounted tickets for self-trackers. Please contact us ASAP if interested. The preliminary conference program may be found here.
When & Where
Paul Abramson and Anne Wright
Paul Abramson MD is a Quant-Friendly Doctor and founder of My Doctor Medical Group in San Francisco
Anne Wright is a robotics researcher and founder of the BodyTrack project at Carnegie Mellon University
"Conspiring to bring self-tracking to a neighborhood near you"