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This one day intensive workshop, Precision Medicine in Practice, was held on the front end of the Latin American Precision Medicine (ALAMP) symposium. Over 175 health care providers from Latin America learned how to implement pharmacogenomics and genetic predisposition testing into practice. Thanks to our numerous sponsors, including OneOme and the Autonomous University of Guadalajara!
A half-day workshop covering genetic predisposition testing, followed by a two-part talk on pharmacogenomics set the stage for this crowd of concierge medicine physicians to begin practicing precision medicine. Thanks to Concierge Medicine Today and Genome Medical for sponsoring!
Jeanette presented on the role of genomics in precision lifestyle medicine. It gave practitioners of lifestyle medicine an opportunity to learn about genetic testing for disease prevention.
In this hands-on workshop sponsored by UC Berkeley Extension, students learned about human genome variation, explored public databases linking genetic variation to disease, and worked through real clinical cases to classify variants based on American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics (ACMG) guidelines.
A two-day workshop for a small group of concierge medicine practitioners eager to be on the leading edge of medicine. Topics included Genomics 101, predisposition testing, direct-to-consumer genetic testing and pharmacogenomics (with complementary testing provided by OneOme). Thanks to our host, Dr. Jeffrey Puglisi from Glenville Medical Concierge Care.
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