Please note that due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, we have postponed this and other upcoming CAA Singapore events. We are monitoring virus and government updates closely and will share more information via our CAA Singapore email newsletter. Please feel free to email us at email@example.com if you have any questions.
Whether you want to gain muscle, lose fat, or prevent disease, having a solid diet is a cornerstone of success. But with internet overload, how do you know you haven’t fallen into the ‘fake news’ of nutrition science?
Come hear from experts who can help you separate fact from fiction when exploring diets and nutrition. You will learn about what makes good science, how to create a personalized plan, and if you should be plant-based, a carnivore, or just fast!
This event is co-organized by the Columbia Alumni Association of Singapore, the Harvard University Association of Alumni in Singapore, and the Penn & Wharton Club of Singapore.
Dr. Kyle Tan is a Preventative Medicine Specialist and Co-Founder of NOVI Health, a health-tech company that combines clinical care with technology to prevent, reverse and manage chronic lifestyle diseases. A lifelong technology enthusiast, he believes in using technology to incorporate personalized health coaching, nutrition plans and fitness advice into standard care for lifestyle-related medical conditions, so that individuals can better understand and improve their health.
Dr. Steven Tucker is a Preventative Medical Oncologist and the Founder of Tucker Medical, a Singapore-based multi-specialty practice that provides both general primary care and sub-specialty medicine. A futurist and technologist at heart, Dr. Tucker creates personalized nutrition plans to support patient treatment and disease prevention by combining continuous glucose monitoring along with laboratory and wearable data.
Dr. Ian Ang (’17 TC/GSAS PhD in Behavioral Nutrition) is a researcher at National University of Singapore Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health. Dr. Ang’s research focuses on the evaluation of real-world community-based health interventions and healthcare services, and on investigating how the built environment can help improve dietary habits and health.
Date: February 20, 2020.
Time: Registration at 6:45. Dinner from 7pm-8pm. Panel Discussion from 8-9:30, including Q&A. Dinner includes the “most important meal the day” - an East-Meets-West buffet breakfast and mimosas.
Price: $47 for members (CAA, HUAAS, and Penn & Wharton Club of Singapore) and $55 for non-members and guests.
Location: Hilton Singapore, 581 Orchard Rd, Singapore 238883
RSVP Deadline: Feb 13th. Seating is limited so please register early. Walk-ins will pay an extra $10 per person and is subject to availability.