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The annual meeting of the California Initiative to Advance Precision Medicine will bring together ~ 200 precision medicine thought leaders and stakeholders from diverse disciplines and sectors in California and across the country to build community, facilitate collaborations, and discover and pursue opportunities in precision medicine.
The emphasis of this year’s meeting will be on data - data needs, safe and effective data sharing, transformative technologies and ethical considerations in data generation and use - in the context of the changing health care paradigm, including the shifting relationship between research and clinical practice. We are planning keynotes and panels to stimulate solution-oriented discussions, and will solicit focused feedback from attendees throughout the meeting to inform future activities.
Registration is now closed. If you have questions please contact email@example.com.
The current agenda can be found here, it will be updated as the sessions are being finalized.
The current attendee list can be found here.
|Marriott La Jolla||10:00am||Start of meeting|
|Marriott La Jolla||5:30pm||Adjourn to reception|
|UCSD Campus||6:00pm||Reception and Fireside Chat|
|10/13/2017||8:00am||Arrival and light breakfast|
|Marriott La Jolla||9:00am||Start of second day|
|Marriott La Jolla||3:30pm||Adjourn|
VENUE AND ACCOMMODATIONS
The event will be held at the San Diego Marriott La Jolla. Information about room reservations will be available through the registration link.
Precision Medicine promises to deliver better health care and prevention to diverse populations and across many disease areas. To achieve this promise, it is critical to engage in cross-disciplinary and cross-sector discussions and collaborations. Through a series of meetings, CIAPM will engage research leaders and medical experts from California’s leading academic institutions, non-profit organizations, health care providers, patient advocacy groups and interested parties in biotech, the pharmaceutical industry and high tech, representing broad disease areas, technology areas, patient engagement, bioethics, privacy and intellectual property.
The goals of these events are:
We anticipate that coordinating these efforts will strengthen California’s precision medicine capabilities and attract additional funding for initiative activities.