Global Humanitarian and Practicing Emergency Room Physician, Samuel J. Zidovetski, MD to Keynote NFAIS 2019 Annual Conference

December 14, 2018, Annapolis, MD—Researcher, practicing ER physician, co-founder of Save A Brain Foundation, and global health humanitarian, Dr. Samuel J. Zidovetski, MD, will deliver the keynote address at the National Federation of Advanced Information Services’ (NFAISTM) 61st Annual Conference, February 13 – 15, 2019 at the Hilton Old Town Alexandria Hotel in Virginia.

Dr. Zidovetski, Instructor of Emergency Medicine at Mount Sinai Doctors Faculty Practice, is currently involved in several global health projects for delivering immediate and accurate medical research and clinical resources for impoverished and underserved nations.  His work has taken him around the globe—from Syrian refugee camps to poverty-stricken areas of Guatemala—as he strives to enable free access to the sum of all human knowledge and the powerful impact that reliable access to medical research and case studies can have for improving clinical outcomes.  His transformative work has provided access to remote medical facilities, allowing immediate access to the world’s medical knowledge.

The NFAIS 2019 Annual Conference theme, “Creating Strategic Solutions in a Technology-Driven Marketplace,” focuses on the technology innovations, changing market demands, and new opportunities for delivering faster and more dynamic user experiences. NFAIS offers attendees a compelling and interactive forum for discussing strategies for adapting to the changing landscape, examining new disruptive solutions for accessing research and data, and addressing the long-reaching of impacts they will have on society.

Registration for the NFAIS 2019 Annual Conference is open, with Early Bird rates closing on January 11, 2019.  In addition, the Conference Hotel’s limited block of rooms are available for special discounted rates through January 21, 2019.