Project Description

A Fireside Chat with Dr. Mark Roth and Dr. Cheerag Shirodaria on Improving Outcomes and Extending Lives

Date & Time:

April 26, 12:00 PM ET / 9:00 AM PT
Webinar: Details provided upon RSVP approval

About the Event:

Years ago, Dr. Mark Roth started to wonder how people who fall through the ice on frozen lakes can be reanimated after they’ve shown no vital signs for extended periods of time and what impact that might have on health care. What he found was that even though the heart and lungs stopped functioning, the muscles maintained energy. Survivors were simply able to slow their metabolism until help arrived.

Roth founded Faraday Pharmaceuticals and began working on helping patients recover from acute events faster and more completely using the concept of suspended animation. Now in a phase 3 clinical trial, their lead drug FDY-5301 is being used to help people recover completely from heart attacks.

Join our fireside chat on April 26 to hear from Dr. Roth and Dr. Cheerag Shirodaria, a lead researcher on the FDY-5301, as they discuss how it has major implications for everything from surgical recovery to living a longer, healthier life.

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