Opus23 Onsite Training, May 19-20, 2018
Most patients improve through committing themselves to lifestyle, diet, mindset and environmental changes. When they don’t, additional history and sleuthing is needed. As our patients get more complex, the need for quickly evaluating thousands ofgenes is needed. Peter’s Opus23 allows one to do exactly this. I highly recommend using Opus23 for those patients who have ‘tried everything’ and are still stuck. It could very well find the answers to your patient’s riddle.” — Dr. Ben Lynch
There will be an in-person training at the Center of Excellence in Generative Medicine (University of Bridgeport, Connecticut) for the weekend of May 19-20.
This weekend training hosted by the Center of Excellence in Generative Medicine at the University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport CT, USA. A rare opportunity to receive hands-on training in Opus23 from Peter D’Adamo and key developers of the platform.
The seminar is a mix of some lecture and extensive hands-on learning. During experiential sessions, attendees will break up into 4-5 person workgroups. Each workgroup will have its own teaching assistant (TA), a GM/COE clinician with extensive experience with Opus. Attendees will work directly in Opus on a series of different clients.
Successful completion of the onsite training allows you full access to the Opus23 software, with the ability to upload and analyze raw data from 23andMe, Ancestry, Genos and uBiome, and produce notes and patient reports.
The seminar will run from 9AM-5PM Saturday, May 19 and 9AM-12PM Sunday, May 20. Classes will take place on the University of Bridgeport campus, at the Center of Excellence in Generative Medicine, 115 Broad Street Bridgeport CT 06604. Lunch will be provided on Saturday at the COEGM as well as dinner at a local restaurant.
Cost of the seminar is $800.
Registration is available at the below secure PayPal checkout and will be limited to 15 individuals.
Please email Dr. Robert Boyd at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested.