Translating Pre-Clinical Research to Clinical Patient Care™

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Golden West Diagnostics

Brian Kelly


Agenda (Preliminary) - View Program

Friday, March 22



MSACL Sunrise Challenge Walk-Jog to Lover's Point

Location: Club Room (Portola Hotel > Ground Floor)

Check in 7am @Club Room - water, orange juice, coffee, whole fruits, yogurts.

Group photo at 7:15 and run commences at 7:20 sharp.

Will follow the Monterey Recreation Trail for about a 5-mile round-trip to Lover's Point. About 1.5 hours walking, 45 min running. Or turn back at any point to shorten the distance.

Followed by breakfast in the MSACL Lounge (Portola Club Room).

Farewell Breakfast

Location: Club Room (Portola Hotel > Ground Floor)

Enjoy a farewell breakfast to either replenish your tank after the run/walk, prepare for your flight home, or both!

Closing Breakfast Seminar

Location: Club Room (Portola Hotel > Ground Floor)

Anthony Molina, PhD


Identifying Blood-Based Markers of Universal Resilience

UC San Diego and the Wellcome Leap Dynamic Resilience Program

Major Contract Funds Study on Drivers of Resilience Among Older Adults

A multi-disciplinary team of researchers at the University of California San Diego, led by Anthony J.A. Molina, a professor in the Department of Medicine, has launched a new project to better understand why older adults who share the same age and similar health characteristics can have vastly different trajectories following stress events such as fall-related injuries.

This project is funded through a contract with Wellcome Leap’s $60 million Dynamic Resilience program, which is jointly funded with Temasek Trust. The Dynamic Resilience program seeks to identify and validate markers of health resilience that can be used to develop and test preventative interventions that support resilience in people at risk of deterioration after a stress event.

During his presentation, Dr. Molina will delve into the journey that has brought the team to this pivotal point and outline their anticipated achievements in the years to come.