Heart Health Month continues, and due to popular demand, we have another Heart Health webinar coming up next week! Join us on February 26th to hear from the Hughes Center’s Research and Development Manager, Dr. Noah Jenkins.
Synergy Team Members: This webinar will feature interesting information from a qualified expert. Invite friends, family, or anyone interested in heart health to this educational webinar. The content will be friendly to people who have perhaps never heard of our company. Consider it a way of introducing what we do, and why we do it. Following the webinar, you can take the opportunity to share the Synergy products, however you’d prefer to share them, with those who express their interest.
In this webinar, our expert will discuss five interesting facts about the heart, which can help us take action for cardiovascular fitness.
Register today for either webinar, and invite your team and customers to enjoy this educational experience. This is a great opportunity to learn about the performance of your heart.
1 PM – CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
7 PM – CLICK HERE TO REGISTER
Date: Wednesday, February 26
Time 1: 1:00 PM (MDT)
Time 2: 7:00 PM (MDT)
NOTE: This webinar will feature presentation slides. For the best experience, we recommend you register today to join online. This webinar will be broadcast for educational purposes only. There will be no recordings published or distributed. This webinar is being broadcast with no intent to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease or health condition. The content of this webinar will not be evaluated by the USFDA, nor by any governing body.
About Noah Jenkins, PhD.
Dr. Noah Jenkins is the Research and Development Manager at The Hughes Center for Research and Innovation. With a PhD. in Molecular Biology from the University of Utah, Dr. Jenkins has an in-depth and complete understanding of the human body and the nutrition essential to a healthy life. He completed a three-year postdoctoral fellowship in Pediatric Neuro-oncology at the Huntsman Cancer Institute and a two-year postdoctoral fellowship in Pediatric Cardiology at the University Of Utah Department Of Molecular Medicine. He is the author of 14 peer-reviewed academic studies on several topics including melanoma, brain cancer, and cardiovascular disease.
Dr. Jenkins doesn’t simply “talk the talk.” He “walks the walk” as well, striving to achieve Elite Health daily as a national-level competitor in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and an Olympic-style weight lifter. He speaks English and French fluently and leverages his education and passions as a member of the Hughes Center research team to help Synergy transform lives around the world.