This is a special event to help alumni attending the JP Morgan Conference and related conferences and local alumni from San Francisco Bay Area to network professionally.
Take cable car to the intersection of Powell Street and California Street. University Club is located right across from Fairmont Hotel in Nob Hill.
The JP Morgan Healthcare Investor Conference (JPM) typically attracts more than 20,000 prominent health care players and investors worldwide to San Francisco annually for a by-invitation only health care investment symposium.
The University of Chicago Life Science Affinity Group (LSAG) will be hosting a fireside chat with Dr. James Madara, CEO of American Medical Association, on January 13 to highlight digital health, health innovations inside and outside of 2016 JPM.
The fireside chat will be held at the University Club San Francisco, a few blocks from Union Square.
We will have cocktails from 6 - 7 p.m. and fireside chat from 7 – 8:30 p.m.
• Dr. James Madara, CEO of American Medical Association.
• Laura Brege, MBA'1982 and Managing Director of Cervantes Life Science Partners
Dr. James Madara was the former CEO of the University of Chicago Medical Center, Dean of the Division of the Biological Sciences and the Pritzker School of Medicine, and Executive Vice President of Medical Affairs, University of Chicago before he joined the AMA. We are going to have an in-depth conversation with Dr. James Madara about his University of Chicago experience, important AMA programs and AMA's digital health strategy in particular.
Dr. Madara will launch an innovation lab in San Francisco during the JPM week.
The speakers will also invite the audience for an interactive conversation about the 2016 JP Morgan Conference:
• Insiders recap of their experience inside and outside of JPM
• What are the key themes and source of excitement?
• What are the important health innovations?
• Will the immunology revolution take off?
• How to raise money in an increasingly competitive capital market?
• Will the investment bubble burst?
Do not miss an opportunity to hear from the nation's health leader about his personal stories and perspective about digital health, health innovations, medical school of the future, and health of the nation.
Please help spread the word and invite your friends to join our conversation on January 13.
60 early bird tickets @20.00/per person, 20 regular tickets @30.00/per person, $ 35.00 walk-in registration
Maggie Wu, '87