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Agenda

Portland Agenda

Our event schedule is listed below.  Please choose the tabs at the top to navigate the agenda for each day.  We look forward to seeing you.  

 

 

Day 1
26 Oct 2017
Day 2
27 Oct 2017
Day 3
28 Oct 2017
Day 4
29 Oct 2017

Welcome and “Meet the Speakers”

Thursday Evening is an opportunity Meet the Speakers and make introductions.

7:15 am - 8:15 am

Breakfast

Friday Morning Session

THEME: “Ground Zero” - Metabolomics as prime cause of inflammation and chronic illness

8:15am. - Jeremy Phillips Opening comments

8:30am – 10:30am. - Dr. Paul Anderson “Genomic Influences on Metabolomics”
Wasting no time “getting into it” Dr. Anderson will use the opening time period to set the stage and give clinical tips for the genomic basis of metabolic medicine. In this session he will outline the clinical presentations and SNP’s to watch in metabolic medicine. The potential epigenetically weak areas that can accentuate metabolically triggered diseases and treatment strategies to consider.

  • Genomic areas that directly relate to metabolic illness
  • SNP patterns which can epigenetically aggravate in metabolic disorders
  • Nutrigenomic therapies for these patterns
    10:30 am - 11:00 am

    MORNING BREAK

    11:00am – 12:30pm. - Dr. Lyn Patrick
    Inflammation & Metabolism – Triggers & Therapy
    Metabolic triggering of inflammation may be the “prime” cause (or at least one primary cause) of illness. Keeping in the theme of “21st Century Metabolic Medicine” Dr. Patrick will use this session to begin a discussion of some of the most common metabolic triggers of chronic illness.

    • Insulin and Leptin resistance
    • Fatty Liver disease
    • Toxicant exposure and avoidance
    • Ketogenic adaptation
    • Polyphenol intervention

    Bio-Botanical Research

    Title of Lecture: TBC (Non-CME)

    Lyn Patrick, N.D. (Non-CME)
    1:00 pm-2:15 pm

    LUNCH BREAK

    Afternoon Session

    THEME: Assessment and Therapies for Metabolically Triggered Chronic Illness

    2:15pm – 4:00pm. - Dr. Lyn Patrick
    “How to Assess and Address Inflammation from a Whole Person Perspective”
    In this session Dr. Patrick will speak to addressing inflammation from a whole person perspective.

    • Diet
    • Meditation, Exercise, etc.
    • Laboratory Assessment:
    •    - How they fit into the protocol
         -Insulin (fasting and postprandial)
         -Leptin
         -Adiponectin
         -CRP, HbA1c
         -Liver Functions, etc.
    4:00 pm - 4:30 pm

    Afternoon Break

    4:30pm- 5:15pm - Dr. Larry Cohen
    Case discussion and review: In this clinical discussion Dr. Cohen will use his many decades of clinical experience to discuss case integration and process with the delegates.  On the following two days he will be moderating case discussions and this Friday session will be the set up for that as well as general case integration thinking and process.

    5:15pm – 5:45pm. - All Faculty Experts Q & A Panel:
    “Dealing with Metabolism as a Primary cause of Chronic Illness: Implementation into practice”
    5:45 pm - 6:00 pm

    Comfort Break

    Evening Session

    • Hors D’oeuvres and Vendor Demonstrations
    8:00 am - 9:00 am

    Breakfast

    Saturday Morning Session

    THEME: Metabolic Causes and Disease Promotion in Oncology – Scientific and Clinical Basis

    9:00am – 9:30am - Dr. Paul Anderson
    “My Evolution into Metabolic Oncology ”
    Day-2 of this meeting will be packed with data and clinical detail regarding metabolomics and cancer. The evolution Dr. Anderson experienced in transitioning from a more conservative integrative oncology focus to a more aggressive and broad based therapeutic process will be key to understanding today’s content. In this short introduction Dr. Anderson will quickly recount the trip from very basic oncology to broad based inclusive integrative oncology including metabolic therapies.

    9:30am – 10:30am - Dr. Dominic D’Agpstino
    “Metabolism and Cancer – Where the Weak Links Are ”
    In this session Dr. D’Agostino will discuss the research basis for metabolic approaches to cancer. This session will be foundational to understanding the therapeutic interventions both he and Dr. Anderson will discuss.

    • Metabolic effects on the cancer milieu
    • Metabolism and the active cancer cell
    • Metabolic effects on cancer stem cells
    10:30 am - 11:00 am

    MORNING BREAK

    11:00am – 12:00pm. - Dr. Dominic D’Agostino
    “Dietary Manipulation of Metabolism in Cancer” Following his morning introductory session Dr. D’Agostino will outline the metabolic basis for the use of dietary manipulation specifically in cancer therapy.

    • Macronutrients and cancer cells
    • Exogenous ketones
    • Scientific basis for specific dietary therapy
    12:00pm-12:30pm - – Dr. Paul Anderson
    As a follow up to the morning session Dr. Anderson will outline his approach to diet in the care of cancer patients.

    • Preventive strategies
    • Therapeutic diets
    • Periodic fasting
    • Special circumstances

    Master Supplements

    Lecture TBC (Non-CME)
    1:00 pm-2:15 pm

    LUNCH BREAK

    Afternoon Session

    THEME: Therapeutic Synergy in Oncology – How to Make it Effective

    2:15pm – 3:00pm. - Dr. Dominic D’Agostino
    “Therapeutic Synergy in Research Models”
    In this session Dr. D’Agostino will share his research into the synergy of metabolic therapies in cancer.

    • Diet
    • Hyperbaric Oxygen
    • Exogenous Ketones
    • Other agents
    3:00pm – 4:00pm. - Dr. Paul Anderson
    “Taking Research Synergy to the Clinic “
    In this session Dr. Anderson will describe how the research directions he and Dr. D’Agostino had “crossed over” and how he developed a multi-modality approach to advanced cancers. He will share a case series using the approach as well.

    • Hematologic “salvage” case series
    • Use of diet as prime intervention
    • Novel metabolic protocol for synergy, safety and higher dosing (IV and Oral)
    • Hyperbaric Oxygen with metabolic therapies
    • Hyperbaric Oxygen with oxidative therapies
    • Exogenous Ketones
    • More!
    4:00 pm - 4:30 pm

    Afternoon Break

    4:30pm- 5:00pm - Dr. Paul Anderson and Dr. Larry Cohen
    Case discussion and review:
    In this clinical discussion Dr. Cohen will use his many decades of clinical experience to work a case discussion between Dr. Anderson and the Delegates to support the oncology theme.

    Precision Analytics

    Lecture TBC (Non-CME)

    5:35pm – 6:00pm. - All Faculty Experts Q & A Panel:
    “Neurological Inflammation: Concepts from A-Z”

    Evening Session

    6:00pm – 7:30pm. - Dr. Paul Anderson
    Hor’s D’oeures and AAMP Think Tank: Future physician planning for AAMP attendees and membership”. >
    We have found some of the best “new topic” areas come from the feedback of practicing physicians, often in casual conversation at conferences. In this brief evening session, Dr. Anderson will meet with delegates for informal Q & A and discussion of future topics of interest as well as outlining the 2018 AAMP program.
    8:00 am - 9:00 am

    Breakfast

    Sunday Morning Session

    THEME: “Metabolomics and Neurological Inflammation – From Bench to Bedside”

    9:00am – 10:00am. - Dr. Dominic D’Agostino
    “Research Basis for Metabolic Triggering in Neurological Inflammation ”
    In this session Dr. D’Agostino will outline the data supporting metabolic triggers for neurological inflammation and what targets may be used to guide therapies.

    10:00am – 10:30am. - Dr. Paul Anderson
    ““Metabolic Therapies and the Neurological Patient – Part One”
    This three part discussion of neurological therapeutics will cover common conditions including Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, Dementia, Neuropathies, Neurological Inflammation secondary to other illnesses (Lyme, Radiation etc.) and others. This session will focus on:

    • Basis of brain inflammation
    • Role of a leaky blood-brain barrier
    • Primary therapeutic targets
    10:30 am - 11:00 am

    MORNING BREAK

    11:00am – 12:30pm. - Dr. Paul Anderson
    “Metabolic Therapies and the Neurological Patient – Part Two” This three part discussion of neurological therapeutics will cover common conditions including Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, Dementia, Neuropathies, Neurological Inflammation secondary to other illnesses (Lyme, Radiation etc.) and others. This session will focus on:

    • Primary oral therapies for neurological inflammatory disorders
    • Primary IV therapies for neurological inflammatory disorders
    • Hyperbaric Oxygen use in the neurological patient – dosing and troubleshooting
    12:30pm – 1:00pm - Dr. Paul Anderson and Dr. Larry Cohen
    Case discussion and review:
    In this clinical discussion Dr. Cohen will use his many decades of clinical experience to work a case discussion between Dr. Anderson and the Delegates in support of neurological cases.
    1:00 pm - 2:15 pm

    LUNCH BREAK

    Afternoon Session

    THEME: Clinical Synthesis and Take Home

    2:15pm – 3:30pm. - Dr. Paul Anderson
    “Metabolic Therapies and the Neurological Patient – Part Three”
    This three part discussion of neurological therapeutics will cover common conditions including Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, Dementia, Neuropathies, Neurological Inflammation secondary to other illnesses (Lyme, Radiation etc.) and others. This session will focus on:
    • Dietary Interventions
    • How to sequence therapies for synergy (Oral / IV / Diet / HBOT etc.)
    • Time tested clinical tips
    3:30pm – 4:00pm. - All Faculty Panel
    “Take Home Points for Clinical Implementation of Metabolic Medicine”

    4:00pm. - Adjourn

    Post Event

    Our goal at AAMP is to have opportunities between our two “live” events to grow our community, answer questions and learn. We know the struggle of getting home with a lot of new information and then trying to implement it!

    • Two live webinar follow up events with live Q&A (these will be recorded and available for attendees to view any time after recording).
    • Access at no charge to the consult web portal for clinical questions for all AAMP attendees.
    • Discounts for selected online CE and learning events for all AAMP attendees.