UK Pharmacogenetics & Stratified Medicine Network: 6th Annual Open Meeting

06 March 2019
Royal College of Physicians, Regents Park, London

This year welcome eminent speakers Professors Dan Roden, Mary Relling and Kathy Giacomini from the USA and UK Professors Chas Bountra, Chris Holmes, Phil Beales, Phil Quirke and Dr Nicola Strickland to present at the UK Pharmacogentics & Stratified Medicine Network's 6th Annual Open Meeting.

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There will be presentations on implementing pharmacogenomics in paediatrics / rare disease and in the role of membrane transporters in regulating drug disposition and distribution. Value of biobanks and electronic health records to precision medicine; and how partnerships with pharmaceutical companies are accelerating pioneer treatments.

Early career speakers will highlight the role of epigenomics in precision medicine, the importance of rare variants in pharmacogenomics and introduce the recently launched NHS Genomic Medicine Service.

A patient will give an account of their experience of personalised medicine.

Experts in AI will show how the advances in health informatics are offering personalised medicine treatment, and how AI in radiology / pathology is improving the diagnosis of disease.

The meeting attracts experts from across all sectors so provides excellent networking opportunities to meet colleagues from different backgrounds.

Attendees will receive 6 CPD credits from Royal College of Physicians. 

To register your place - click here.

Opportunities to exhibit the expertise of your organisation are available, please contact Christine at for more details.

The Network is a not-for-profit organisation and all income from the event goes directly to maintaining the Network.

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