Join the Leaders in Advanced Anti-aging Medicine

The field of omics is a rapidly evolving, multi-disciplinary, and emerging one that encompasses genomics, epigenomics, transcriptomics, proteomics, and metabolomics. Each of these individual fields offers the possibility to understand and personalize patient care in a way that was previously unthinkable.

Research has demonstrated how epigenetics play a critical role in turning genes on and off—illustrating that a person's genes need not define their medical future. But how can clinicians practically make use of this knowledge? A few years ago obtaining a patient’s genomic sequence was cost-prohibitive and the clinical application was not detailed based on the genetic information obtained. But today real clinical applications and guidance are available to improve patient health and wellbeing.

During this workshop participants will examine these cutting-edge applications as well as the quickly evolving research surrounding the science of omics.

Andrew Heyman, MD
Andrew Heyman,
Director of Academic Affairs | A4M


  • Define the similarities and differences between the fields of genetics and genomics.
  • Examine the influences that affect gene expression including epigenetics, transgenerational epigenetics, endogenous transcription factors and proper sequencing of gene expression from gene to small molecule.
  • Explore the technical aspects and challenges to the laboratory sciences of OMICS.
  • Review CPIC guidelines and clinical application.
  • Review various genetic and epigenetic reports and their interpretation.
  • Review various genetic information regarding methylation, detoxification, metabolism pathways and way to influence wellness with actional steps to modify disease states.
  • Review specific genetic analysis for estrogen metabolism, inflammation, diet.


Advancements in Omics for Precision Medicine Testing
Jessica Su, ScD
The Pitfalls of Omics Laboratory Sciences
Jimmy Ryan, PhD
An Introduction to Nutrigenomics
Sponsored by DNA Life (NON-CME)
Dr. Danny Meyersfeld
Estrogenomics: What You Need to Know and Apply in Clinical Practice
Filomena Trindade, MD, MPH
Glycomics: The Clinical Importance of an Emerging Science
Helen Messier, PhD, MD
Functional Genomics: Shifting from Medical Fatalism to Patient Empowerment (NON-CME)
Sponsored by: Calroy
Mansoor Mohammad, BSC, PhD
Todd LePine, MD
Epigenetics - The Role of Methylation in Aging
Lucia Aronica, PhD
DNA Health - The Genetic Scan to Health
Mark Sherwood, ND
Michele Sherwood, DO
Mark Sherwood, ND
Michele Sherwood, DO
Beyond Aging: New Ways to Interpret Patient Methylomes for Larger Clinical Impact (NON-CME)
Sponsored by TruDiagnostics
Dr. Sanjeev Goel
Amy Pasternak, PharmD
Andrew Heyman, MD MHSA
Metabolomics and the Role of Plasma Exchange in Anti-Aging
Dobri Kiprov, MD, HP (ASCP)
How to Implement OMICs in Clinical Practice
Daniel Stickler, MD


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