Charles Sailey provides a brief background on genetics and how he is using this to help identify medications that work best for individual people. He also explains how he uses genetics to decode an individual’s “DNA Fitness and Nutrition” profile. These concepts serve as the basis for “personalized medicine.” Dr. Sailey obtained his M.D. from the University of Maryland. He is currently Medical Director of the Laboratory at Molecular Testing Labs in Vancouver, WA. He is the primary investigator for several ongoing research projects.
Humanists offer $3,000 scholarship
Spread the word! This year, Humanists of Greater Portland will again award a $3,000 scholarship to a local humanist high school senior to use toward his/her college expenses! Please let qualifying young people know about this opportunity! The competition is open to all college-bound public high school seniors in the greater Portland area with a GPA of 3.0 or higher. Students may enter the contest by writing an original essay on the topic "Many young people today are replying, “none,” when asked their religious preference. How does one develop a moral compass without religion or dogma?” Full details are on the application.
Deadline for essay submission is April 30, 2017.