Seminars in Precision Medicine

This service is provided by the Precision Medicine Resource in collaboration with the Center for Precision Medicine and Genomics and the Columbia Precision Medicine Initiative.


This monthly seminar series features leaders in precision medicine from across the nation and is open to the Columbia community. These seminars will highlight recent developments in implementation of “precision medicine” concept in everyday medical practice. Topics that are addressed include establishment of individualized programs for disease prevention and detection at academic medical centers, improvements in our understanding of the role of genomic factors in the individual response to drugs, progress in adaptive clinical trials exploring predictive algorithms and patient genomic data in oncology, mining of electronic health records to explore genotype and phenotype associations across diseases, and others.


Seminars are open to the Columbia University community.


There is no cost to attend this seminar series.

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