Broomfield, CO, September 27, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- MedAware Systems, Inc. announced today that Dr. David S. Seres is joining the Company’s Scientific Advisory Board.
Dr. Seres is the Director of Medical Nutrition and Associate Professor of Medicine in the Institute of Human Nutrition, Columbia University Medical Center. He has been a physician nutrition specialist for 25 years and directs the nutrition support service, the medical school nutrition curriculum, and one of the few clinical nutrition fellowships for physicians in the U.S. He is also a clinical ethicist and a Columbia University/OpEd Project Public Voices Fellow.
Dr. Seres’ has extensive research experience, having authored or co-authored numerous research studies on a wide variety of medical and nutrition topics.
He is currently a member of the Medical Advisory Board for Consumer Reports. He was Chair of Physician Certification for the National Board of Nutrition Support Certification and Chair of the Medical Practice Section for the American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (A.S.P.E.N.). Dr. Seres is coauthor of multiple safety guidelines, chapters, editorials, and invited reviews, and appears frequently in the media, including CNN, CBS News, ABC Nightline, USA Today, NY Times, Reuters, and many others advocating to consumers against dangerous foods, supplements, and nutritional practices. He recently completed a new textbook on nutrition in the ICU.
“Dr. Seres is one of the rare physicians who is both a recognized expert in his field and has the ability to communicate complex medical information to medical professionals and consumers,” said Dr. Zung Vu Tran, Founder and Chief Science Officer for MedAware Systems. He adds, “We are excited to be working with Dr. Seres as nutrition is increasingly recognized by the medical community as important in the treatment of various disease and conditions.”
Abour MedAware Systems, Inc.
MedAware Systems is a Beta stage company providing healthcare professionals and their patients immediate and actionable information on evidence-based medical treatments and outcomes. This new Scientific-Data-as-a-Service (SDAAS)™ will solve the problem of making the vast and chaotic body of human clinical trials research instantly available, comprehensible, and useful in informing the patient plan of care and keeping physicians completely current in their fields.