Personalized medicine is a revolutionary approach to treating illness in humans that uses a patient’s unique genetic profile to select proper medication and treatment strategies. Currently, clinics worldwide are experimenting with versions of personalized medicine to help treat ailments from obesity to cancer.
Technologies for Personalized Medicine is an upcoming colloquium at Santa Clara University that will provide cutting-edge analysis and discussion of the impact of the state of the art in new genomic technologies.
Taking place Feb. 8 from 4:30 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. in the Nobili Hall Dining Room at Santa Clara University, the colloquium will feature business and academic leaders discussing how biotech and pharmaceutical companies are creating new strategies to bring products to market, and how policy and regulatory challenges are affecting advances in the field. Read more.