What do you envision the field of pediatric medicine will look like in 2040? How about the next year? Innovation and intelligence leaders from across the globe will come together for an exciting four-day conference focused on game-changing and emerging technologies shaping the future of pediatrics — and how parents, clinicians, and health care leaders can best be positioned for the next era of medicine.
Presented by CHOC, Peds2040, taking place on Jan. 6-9, 2016 in Dana Point, Calif., features an impressive line-up of speakers highlighting the latest trends in genomic and precision medicine; regenerative medicine and 3D printing; pediatric nanomedicine; medical devices and connected health; robotics and robotic surgery; artificial intelligence and big data; and innovations in health care delivery.
“Peds2040 is a unique opportunity to witness the future of pediatrics as it unfolds. Anyone interested in understanding new and emerging technology and networking with the brightest minds in pediatric medicine and in innovation should attend. The event will redefine how attendees think about medicine and its impact on children and families for generations to come,” says Dr. Anthony Chang, chief intelligence and innovation officer at CHOC and Peds2040 program chair.
Call for Abstracts – Deadline is Nov. 15
Individuals are encouraged to make critical contributions to the learning experience by submitting abstracts. A variety of submissions, including completed works, works-in-progre
ss and project ideas, will be considered if they are relevant to the conference themes: genomic and precision medicine; regenerative medicine and 3D printing; pediatric nanomedicine; medical devices and connected health; robotics and robotic surgery; artificial intelligence and big data; and innovations in health care delivery. One winner will be selected for each of the seven themes and awarded: round-trip economy class airfare to attend Peds2040; complimentary three-night accommodations at The Ritz-Carlton, Laguna Niguel; and the opportunity to present the abstract at the conference.
Submit abstracts at online no later than Nov. 15, 2015.