Did you miss the 2016 Personalized Medicine World Conference but want to see talks from the event?
You can watch the videos below of the UC San Francisco leaders and faculty who took part in the premier gathering in precision medicine that was co-hosted by UCSF.
Several UCSF leaders and faculty gave presentations at the Silicon Valley event, which included opening remarks by UCSF Chancellor Sam Hawgood, MBBS, who co-authored the article, “Precision Medicine: Beyond the Inflection Point,” published in Science Translational Medicine in August.
The annual precision medicine conference – held this year Jan. 24-27 – attracts experts and executives in health care, biotechnology, venture capital, technology and government.
Below are videos of some of the UCSF speakers presentations:
Sam Hawgood, MBBS, UCSF Chancellor
Topic: Opening Remarks
Atul Butte, MD, PhD, principal investigator of California Initiative to Advance Precision Medicine
Topics: The Give and Take Between Government & Personalized Medicine and Data-Driven Rx & Dx
Charles Chiu, MD, PhD, director of UCSF-Abbott Viral Diagnostics and Discovery Center
Topic: Changing the Point-of-Care Setting for Precision Medicine in Infectious Diseases
Steve Miller, MD, PhD, associate professor of Laboratory Medicine
Topic: Precision Diagnosis of Infections by Metagenomic Sequencing
Minnie Sarwal, MD, PhD, professor of Surgery
Topic: The SORT Assay for Diagnosis of Organ Transplant Rejection