Governor's Precision Medicine Advisory Committee Public Meeting

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Governor's Precision Medicine Advisory Committe (PMAC) 

Next public meeting will be at UCSF

September 20th, 2018 from 8:30AM to 12PM PDT

On October 5th, 2017, Governor Brown convened the Precision Medicine Advisory Committee (PMAC). The group is tasked with making concrete recommendations on actions that can improve health and health care through precision medicine. These actions may pertain to federal, state, local, public, private or private nonprofit sectors. PMAC is bringing together precision medicine thought leaders and stakeholders to discuss points of synergy, opportunities for collaboration and growth, and challenges that need special attention to ensure success in advancing precision medicine in California. PMAC members will be gathering on the UCSF campus in San Francisco's Mission Bay on September 20, 2018 to focus on economic considerations for the precision medicine ecosystem and regulatory issues for precision medicine, specifically in relation to data, devices, and drugs. 

We look forward to a productive and stimulating event with our California colleagues in pursuit of advancing precision medicine and transforming healthcare and research in our state.

The morning portion of this meeting (8:30am-12pm) is a public meeting and will provide an opportunity for public comment. Space is limited, so please RSVP. 

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Previous Events:

Governor's Precision Medicine Advisory Committe (PMAC) 

Held its first public meeting at UCLA

June 22nd, 2018 from 9AM to 12PM PDT

 

On October 5th, 2017, Governor Brown convened the Precision Medicine Advisory Committee (PMAC). The group is tasked with making concrete recommendations on actions that can improve health and health care through precision medicine. These actions may pertain to federal, state, local, public, private or private nonprofit sectors. PMAC is bringing together precision medicine thought leaders and stakeholders to discuss points of synergy, opportunities for collaboration and growth, and challenges that need special attention to ensure success in advancing precision medicine in California. PMAC members gathered on the UCLA campus in Los Angeles on June 22nd, 2018 to focus on healthcare outcomes, specifically access to care, data ownership and the importance of diversity and inclusion for precision health research both from the patient and payor perspectives.

The morning portion of this meeting (9am-12pm) was a public meeting and will provide an opportunity for public comment.  

For more information:

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