The fourth annual UF Precision Medicine Conference will be held on March 7-8, 2019 in Orlando, Florida. This 2-day conference equips attendees to be at the forefront of precision medicine implementation and learn the latest strategies and technologies for bringing genomic medicine and pharmacogenomics into the clinic. The conference takes place at the UF Guidewell Innovation and Lake Nona Research and Academic Centers.
The conference sessions cover a broad scope of topics encompassing both genomic medicine and pharmacogenomics and include high-level keynote addresses from world-renowned innovators and thought leaders in genomic medicine, TED-style talks, interactive panel and patient case discussions, and a peer-reviewed submitted poster session. Speakers and panelists, who include clinicians, researchers, and thought leaders from medicine and pharmacy, will provide updates and the latest guidance on emerging clinical and research issues that impact the precision medicine landscape.
The cutting edge programming and speakers at the UF Precision Medicine Conference draw in a broad audience of attendees, including physicians, pharmacists, and researchers. Since its inception, approximately 600 attendees have participated in the conference, with individuals hailing from nearly 40 states and several countries.