Join the Office of Clinical Research for a presentation from Dr. Peter O’Donnell and the CRI’s own Keith Danahey.
Date: Friday, February 16, 2018
Location: Medical Center (Billings)M-137
Time: 12:00–1:00 pm
Presenters: Dr. Peter O’Donnell & Keith Danahey
Our institutional genomic implementation program, The 1200 Patients Project, was initiated 5 years ago to overcome obstacles to clinical translation of pharmacogenomics by preemptively genotyping patients and making available to treating physicians patient-specific results at clinical visits, accompanied by CDS. Our institutional pharmacogenomic results CDS system, also called the Genomic Prescribing System (GPS), has been used in eight different medicine specialty clinics whose patients had submitted to preemptive pharmacogenomic genotyping. This workshop will highlight the university’s current pharmacogenomic precision medicine initiative including study design, software architecture, and recent research data analysis.
The workshop is open to all members of the BSD community and is recommended for research faculty and staff. Registration is not required.
OCR workshops are offered on a quarterly basis and focus on a range of topics including updates about policies and procedures relevant to the research community at the University of Chicago, discussions on issues relevant to clinical and translational research conduct, or highlight research being conducted by our faculty and provide a venue for continual training and education.