Festival of Genomics Boston - October 2017, Boston Convention Center



Building a genetic atlas of (ALL) human population for precision medicine

Stage 3
Drug development
  • Data sharing
  • Drug development
  • Collaborative models
  • Sequencing
  • Ethical/Legal/Social
  • State and international landscape of Personalized Medicine
  • Discover the unique aspects of the Irish population as a resource for genomic discovery
  • Clinical and pharmacological implementation of Personalized Medicine tools and findings (tools and discoveries that put PM into use in the healthcare facility or the drug trials)
  • Progress in completing the human genetic atlas (Update from mega-sequencing projects, affordable technologies to sequence humans, community-led efforts to sequence patients)
  • Discussion: Exploring the limitations and prioritizations of Personalized Medicine (what do we need? How much it cost? How should we prioritize?)
Eran Elhaik, Lecturer - The University of Sheffield
Damien Lacroix, Professor of Biomedical Engineering - University of Sheffield/Insigneo Institute for in silico Medicine
Linda Baughn, Co-Director Genomics Laboratory - Mayo Clinic
Nicola Mulder, Head Computational Biology Division - University of Cape Town
Sean Ennis, Co-Founder and Chief Scientific Officer, Genomics Medicine Ireland & Director - University College Dublin

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