Delivering precision health and fitness using genomic technologies

Thursday, November 23, 2017. Author Martin Cheifetz

Delivering precision health and fitness using genomic technologies

On November 30th, FitnessGenes Co-Founder and Chief Science Officer Dr. Stuart Grice will be presenting at the prestigious University of Birmingham School of Sport, Exercise, and Rehabilitation Sciences on the cutting-edge topic of Delivering Precision Health and Fitness Using Genomic Technologies

Dr. Grice says, "We are at the edge of another technological revolution. With the advent of the next generation of genomic and biological technologies, we are discovering more and more about what it is to be a healthy and fit human. This new information can be used to further understand the interrelationship between an individual’s physiology, lifestyle, and behavior, and to create precise platforms to deliver fitness and health solutions."

Following the live presentation, we'll share more fascinating insights here.

In addition to his role at FitnessGenes, Stuart is a biologist and visiting researcher at the University of Oxford. After completing his doctorate at Oxford, he studied subjects as diverse developmental biology, and philosophy and published works of the biological mechanisms underpinning neuromuscular disease, metabolic dysfunction, and neuropsychiatric disorders.
In collaboration with several UK Universities, FitnessGenes identifies how variations in an individual’s genetics and biology impact performance, health, and susceptibility to disease.  Our research-led environment enables us to provide practical and achievable lifestyle change and drive movement towards a healthier society.

At FitnessGenes, we're well on our way to achieving our overall mission of transforming one million lives through personalized fitness and nutrition.  

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