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TRIPOM and TopMedTalk present an evening with Anthony Molina
January 8, 2019 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm EST
TopMedTalk and TRIPOM are excited to present, in conjunction with the Morpheus consortium, an evening with Dr Molina.
Dr Anthony J Molina is a geriatric medicine specialist with a research focus on bioenergetic function. Dr Molina’s work focuses on promoting healthy aging across two primary domains: cognitive function and physical ability. Through published research, his team was the first to demonstrate that multiple features of aging—including physical and cognitive decline—are strongly associated with the bioenergetic profiles of circulating cells.
Molina believes that the ability to diagnose mitochondrial health will address central challenges in geriatric medicine, such as the need for personalized health care based on an individual’s unique physiology and “biological age.”
Dr Molina will speak on the relevance of his research to the perioperative period. This will be followed by a panel discussion of leading experts in perioperative medicine and frailty on the potential implications for the surgical patient.
The event will be live streamed and broadcast as a podcast on the TopMedTalk platform. Audience participation is strongly encouraged, and we would love to see representation from all specialties that come into contact with the surgical patient in the perioperative period.
The event is free to enter and will be held in the fantastic Motorco music hall where the full menu will be available to attendees (https://www.motorcomusic.com/info/)
TRIPOM is a global organization that generates trainee initiated and trainee led perioperative medical education. (tripom.org)
TopMedTalk is the latest dissemination innovation of medical news. Bringing you live updates from conferences around the globe; discussions around recent literature in our Journal Club; Techno-Talk, our commercial showcase, an excellent way of exploring new products in medical technology; and regular podcasts where we speak to some of the top professionals in their field
The Morpheus Consortium embodies a shared aspiration to deliver innovative perioperative care to meet the evolving needs of patients undergoing major surgery. It’s also the branding of two universities, Duke and University College London, with one shared goal – to be the leaders in perioperative medicine and enhanced recovery after surgery, ultimately improving the patients’ journey from the moment their surgery is contemplated to full recovery.