Precision Medicine is the next generation of healthcare research that has the potential to provide significant benefits to patients, and affect strategic shifts in the way healthcare is delivered. It uses an individual’s genetic profile to guide decisions about the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of disease.
The Bionow Precision Medicine Conference will focus on the impact which this emerging field is having on patients and given the strengths in the North, how are we developing this approach in an efficient and sustainable way.
Join us on day two, when Dr Liz Mear will explain the importance of supporting the innovation pathway – from discovery to deployment – and Dr Karen Griffiths will give examples from the Leeds Centre for Personalised Medicine and Health.
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