6th Annual Open Meeting #UKPGx2019

 

Wednesday 06 March 2019

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March 6, 2019 at the Royal College of Physicians, London

Approved for 6 CPD credits

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Session 1: Latest Developments I

Chair: Professor Sir Munir Pirmohamed

Welcome : Professor Sir Munir Pirmohamed

Biobanks, electronic health records and precision medicine : Professor Dan Roden

Partnering with pharmaceutical companies to exploit novel genetic insights and patient resources in the UK,

to accelerate pioneer treatments for patients : Professor Chas Bountra

Using the whole genome in furthering precision medicine : Dr Daniel Zerbino

 

Session 2: Early Career Researchers

Chair: TBC

Epigenomics and precision medicine : Dr Amy Webster

Pharmacogenomic testing in the Genomic Medicine Service : Dr Ellen McDonagh

Rare variants and importance in pharmacogenomics : Dr Richard Turner

Patient perspective : Richard Stephens

 

Session 3: Artificial Intelligence

Chair: TBC

Artificial Intelligence and health informatics : Professor Chris Holmes

AI in Radiology and relevance to precision medicine : Dr Nicola Strickland

Role of AI in Pathology : Professor Phil Quirke

 

Session 4: Latest Developments II

Chair: TBC

Implementing pharmacogenomics in paediatrics : Professor Mary Relling

Precision medicine of rare disease : Professor Phil Beales

Transporters and precision medicine : Professor Kathy Giacomini

Close of conference : Professor Sir Munir Pirmohamed

 

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