Event Details

Location: Houston, TX

Wednesday, June 12th | 7 pm | Houston Congregation for Reform Judaism (HCRJ)
801 Bering Drive, Houston, TX  77057

Imagine a world…
…where transplanting organs from one person to another is unnecessary.
…where regrowth, rejuvenation or restoration of diseased tissue is personalized and routine.
…where we enjoy not just an increased lifespan, but a more productive healthspan.

Join H. Dirk Sostman, MD, FACR, for a fascinating look at restorative medicine.  Dr. Sostman received his medical degree and postdoctoral training at Yale, and has been a member of the faculty at Yale, Weill Cornell and Houston Methodist, where he is presently Emeritus Professor of Radiology and president of the Houston Methodist Institute for Academic Medicine.  Dr. Sostman is recognized as a “triple threat” in the classic academic tradition – as a clinician, lecturer and researcher.  

We hope you can join us.

RSVP to Deborah Barrash so we know how many people to expect.

Contact information at HCRJ:  Melissa Wolfson, 713-782-4162,  melissa@hcrj.org