Dear Friend of Medicine X,
Don't miss your chance to present at Medicine X 2015! With only four weeks left to submit your proposals, start your submission today.
Stanford Medicine X is the leading patient-centered conference on emerging technology and medicine. During Medicine X 2014, over 50,000 tweets were generated by approximately 4,600 unique contributors. These tweets (and re-tweets) generated 169 million social media impressions that reached 4.2 million unique individuals worldwide. In addition, #MedX trended #1 on Twitter in the United States on both Friday, September 5, and Saturday, September 6. On Saturday alone, the conference generated 17,000 tweets, which is the highest-ever number of tweets per day at Medicine X.
Who attends Medicine X? Delegates included attendees from throughout the country and around the world, in addition to a global online viewership representing more than 60 countries. Major media outlets that have covered Medicine X over the past three years include CNN, The New York Times, Bloomberg News, The Economist, Time Magazine, Wired Magazine, Popular Science, Elsevier Japan, and TechCrunch. Medicine X is a conference designed for everyone. Whether you're a patient, physician, researcher or technologist, Stanford University's Medicine X conference is a premier venue to present your work to the world.
There are many exciting ways for you to participate in the conference as a presenter and we hope you will consider completing a submission. The options include:
- Oral Presentation
- Poster Presentation
- Panel Discussion
- Technology Hub Exhibit
The opportunity to share your work at Medicine X ends on February 14, 2015. Please complete your abstract submission through the Stanford Medicine X website today.
We hope to see you at Stanford September 25-27, 2015 for another amazing conference experience! Also, please stay tuned for upcoming announcements about MedX | Ed, a new two-day conference from Medicine X that will focus on the future of medical education (September 23-24, 2015.)
Larry Chu, MD
Associate Professor of Anesthesia, Stanford University School of Medicine
Organizing Chairman, Stanford Medicine X