Scientific Tourism at Mayo Clinic’s Campus

4h Course

Scientific Tourism at Mayo Clinic’s Campus

October 25th - Scientific tourism at Mayo Clinic's Campus in Jacksonville, FL. Mayo is the largest Hospital in the world, with 129 years of history.
Touristic stop at Saint Augustine, FL on the trip back to Orlando.

Talks at Mayo Clinic:

10:30Dr. Katelyn Bruno, PhD
Instructor of Medicine and Senior Research Fellow in the Department of Cardiovascular Medicine at Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville Florida and an Adjunct Faculty Instructor at University of North Florida. Dr. Bruno received her doctorate from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in Environmental Health Science specializing in Molecular and Translational Toxicology.
Talk: Sex Differences in Chronic Pain Conditions: Hypermobile Ehlers Danlos Syndrome and Fibromyalgia

11:00Dr. Delissa Fairweather, PhD
Associate Professor of Medicine, Immunology and Clinical Translational Science in the Department of Cardiovascular Medicine at Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Florida, USA where she directs translational research.
Talk: Role of endocrine disruptors in promoting cardiac inflammation and remodeling after viral infection: activation of mast cells.

11:30Dr. Gianluca Bianco (ITALY).
Creator of Fascial Neuromodulation.
MD and Surgeon (Sapienza University - Rome, Italy)
Specialized in Internal Medicine and Integrative Medicine
Master's Degree in Posturology
Master's Degree in Psycho-Neuro-Immunology
Master's Degree in Auricular Neuromodulation
Graduated in Acupuncture recognized by FISA
Graduated in Auriculotherapy recognized by FISA
Prof. of the University Sapienza di Roma
President of the International Association of Reflexology, Neuromodulation and Posthrology
Vice President of the International Auricular Neuromodulation Academy
Talk: Auricular Neuromodulation: Effects of auricular neuromodulation on heart rate variability in healthy adults.