One size does not fit all!
How can knowing your genetic code help you? Genetic conditions, ones you are born with or are predisposed to, affect people of all ages, race, and gender. The treatment for these conditions are not so universal and recent research shows that patient-specific treatment can produce a better response and reduce the risk of side effects. Knowing what diseases you’re predisposed to can even allow you to take preventive actions to drastically decrease your chances of getting the disease. Emerging technologies, such as CRISPR-Cas9, zinc finger, and other gene therapies, have brought personalized medicine to the forefront of medical research and hope for finding cures to genetic diseases.
Join us to hear a panel of experts on the current clinical implications of personalized medicine, how individualized therapies are designed, and what the future of personalized medicine promises.
Please join us for a wine and cheese reception at 5:30 pm in the Ryan Atrium, just outside the auditorium. This program will be recorded and livestreamed.
Discounted parking ($6) is available at the 202 E Huron parking garage. Ask at the C2ST registration table, and you can purchase a ticket to exit the garage at the discounted rate. Baldwin auditorium is also easily accessible via public transportation.