Seniorlink CEO Thomas Riley is joining the panel presentation “Who Will Rescue Alzheimer’s if Pharma Can’t?” on January 9th at the Digital Health Summit in Las Vegas. Joining Riley on stage are Moderator Richard Lui, News Anchor, NBC News of MSNBC, Ted Fischer, CEO of Ageless Innovation – Joy for All, David Keene, CTO of Dthera Sciences and Carrie Shaw, M.S., CEO of Embodied Labs.
The panel brings together some of today’s most successful technology innovators who are making massive impacts in the treatment and management of Alzheimer’s disease to discuss the rise of technology in the fight against Alzheimer’s where the pharma industry is falling short.
Digital Health Summit is a four-day event that focuses on digital health’s influence in the healthcare sector as it continues to rise in popularity. Every year the event is co-located with the Consumer Technology Association (CES), the largest global gathering of innovation that showcases the connected future of technology. CES attracts more than 4,000 exhibitors and hosts over 600 startups. Combined, the two events bring together healthcare and tech industry leaders from across the globe to connect in one space.
Who Will Rescue Alzheimer’s if Pharma Can’t?
January 9, 1:00-1:40pm
The Venetian, Level 4, Lando 4305
Las Vegas, NV
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