The UF Precision Medicine Conference puts attendees at the forefront of precision medicine implementation.

Pre-conference attendees will learn from pharmacogenomics implementation leaders about their real world-experiences with using pharmacogenomics in the clinic, describe the regulatory oversight and need for evidence-based pharmacogenomic testing, as well as discuss the hottest topics in clinical pharmacogenomics today.

During the conference, learn about the current state of knowledge and emerging trends for bringing genomic medicine and pharmacogenomics into the clinic. This two-day series of interactive presentations and panel sessions will feature some of the nation’s leading experts on emerging topics in precision medicine. The agenda will focus on real-world successes, challenges, approaches, and techniques as we all prepare for precision medicine implementation.

Schedule Overview

February 21-22, 2020 | Orlando, FL

PRE-Conference Session

Thursday, Feb. 20

These pre-conference sessions will provide the latest update on emerging topics in pharmacogenomics.

The Pre-Conference will take place at the Lake Nona Center.

Precision Medicine Conference

Friday, Feb. 21

Day one of the conference will be held in the Innovation CoRE Theater in the Guidewell Innovation Center. Wrap up the day with an elegant reception.

Guidewell Innovation Center, a 9,000-square-foot facility with state-of-the-art resources.

Precision Medicine Conference

Saturday, Feb. 22

Day two will be held at the UF Research and Academic Center at Lake Nona. This facility is home to cutting-edge research in drug discovery and development.

UF Research and Academic Center at Lake Nona (adjacent to Guidewell) houses researchers from the Colleges of Pharmacy and Medicine.

Note: The conference agenda is subject to change. All changes will be published on this website if and when they are finalized.