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Personalized Medicine 2.0--Bioinformatics: Mining the Data

Date: June 4, 2009

9:00am — 7:00pm


Seven Hills Conference Center
San Francisco State University
1600 Holloway Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94132

Sponsor: San Francisco State University
Event details:

Personalized Medicine is the application of genomic data to ensure the delivery of the right treatments and preventive measures to the right patient at the right time, ushering in a new era of affordable healthcare delivered with laser precision. Personalized Medicine 2.0 is the second annual one-day conference focused on the perspectives of non-profit and corporate research, biotechnology, academic, and diagnostic leaders with concentration on how the evolving landscape is revolutionizing medical care. The conference will explore what happens "on the ground" when personalized medicine is put into practice, and what that means for caregivers and patients, as well as for the industries that develop products for personalized medicine. This year, we concentrate on the role of bioinformatics, data mining and systems biology in advancing personalized medicine. Speakers and panelists are from Genentech, Burrill & Company, Navigenics, UCSF, Pathwork Diagnostics, and more.

Additional information and/or registration:

Registration required. Early registration discount on or before May 8. For additional information and registration, click here.

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