Registration is underway for the 2017 UF Precision Medicine Conference and Pharmacogenomics Certificate Program hosted by the University of Florida College of Pharmacy. The conference will be held March 8-10, 2017, in Orlando, and will focus on equipping practitioners, trainees and students to translate pharmacogenomics science into daily practice. National experts in pharmacogenomics will host 27 sessions covering a variety of topics from the basics of human genetics to patient care applications to clinical implementation and how to train students and residents.
“The program is designed for practitioners who are interested in using pharmacogenomic information in their practice to optimize patient outcomes,” said Kristin Weitzel, Pharm.D., clinical associate professor of pharmacotherapy and translational research and associate director of the UF Health Personalized Medicine Program. “Clinical pharmacogenomics is a rapidly expanding field, and this conference will share best practices for implementing pharmacogenomics into patient care and teaching activities.”
For more information, visit http://precisionmed.pharmacy.ufl.edu/.