In this twelfth episode, Jeff Kaditz, Founder/CEO of Q Bio begins with coronavirus chat. He goes on to explain that most medical knowledge today is probably incorrect or heavily biased. That there’s almost nothing a doctor does that couldn’t have been done 200 years ago in terms of the information. He presents his vision to run ‘search engines for the body’ and turn healthcare into hard science.
Lee: Hello and welcome to the Quantified Health, Wellness and Aging Podcast. Today we have our twelfth guest Jeff Kaditz, the CEO of Q Bio. Welcome, Jeff. Jeff: Hi, Lee. How are you doing? Lee: Well, do you have 20 minutes? This is meant to be a one in a 100 year event taking place at the moment. I don’t... Read MoreQ Bio’s Jeff Kaditz on ‘body search engines’, turning health into a hard science, plus coronavirus chat
In this tenth episode, Jeremy Malecha discusses his company plans to democratize and scale functional medicine by more effective data processing. He discusses the need to consolidate data across hundreds of lab test lab providers, structuring of that data and finally the ability to better leverage the data. He discusses his own personal health journey along the way.
Lee: Hello and welcome. On today’s show we have Jeremy Malecha, hopefully I pronounced that okay. It will be an ad lib conversation without any pre agreed structure or topics. We’ve agreed only to talk around the focus of Jeremy’s company, which is streamlining functional medicine starting with data consolidation. Lee: Jeremy is the CEO and co-founder of Biocanic with... Read MoreBiocanic’s Jeremy Malecha on Streamlining Functional Medicine Starting With Data Consolidation
In this ninth episode, Travis Christofferson provides an overview of his new future of medicine book “Curable: How an Unlikely Group of Radical Innovators is Trying to Transform our Health Care System”. He covers the great inefficiencies of healthcare and harm it’s doing to swaths of the patient population. He explains it’s too qualitative than quantitative, that incentives are misaligned. He offers hope by urging a shift to being data-driven.
Lee: Hi Travis, welcome to the Hyper Wellbeing podcast. Travis: Hi Lee, thanks for having me. Lee: Appreciated. If we jump in straight away with the introduction of your book, you mentioned Michael Lewis’s Moneyball book, it’s a book about baseball and you make a number of references to it throughout your book. Could you introduce Moneyball and say why... Read MoreTravis Christofferson on His New Future of Medicine Book “Curable”
I’ve heard (and watched) several interviews with the vivacious Elizabeth (Liz) Parrish. Recently I heard her twice on The Future Tech Podcast. I found the first interview to be very concise and therefore introductory for people not yet familiar with gene therapy as an emergent tool to treat biological aging (regenerative medicine). In 2015, Liz flew to Bogotá (Columbia) and... Read MoreAnti-Aging Gene Therapies—Elizabeth Parrish (CEO, BioViva)
In this seventh episode, Nathan Price, Professor & Associate Director of the Institute for Systems Biology, explains the concept and aspiration of 'scientific wellness'. He predicts that it will become the dominant paradigm of 21st century healthcare. He explains ‘personal, dense, dynamic data clouds’ will enable both peak wellness and disease avoidance. Possibilities that China may leapfrog the United States.
Lee: Hello, Nathan. Welcome to the seventh episode of the Hyper Wellbeing podcast. Nathan: Lee, it’s great to be with you. Lee: Appreciate it. The last time I saw you was at Hyper Wellbeing 2016 where you gave a keynote. That was greatly appreciated. Nathan: It was a great meeting. Thanks for organizing. Lee: Nathan, can you do a favor... Read MoreISB’s Nathan Price on ‘scientific wellness’ as dominant paradigm of 21st century healthcare