From Dr. Gianrico Farrugia’s opening keynote address to genomics pioneer Dr. J. Craig Venter’s closing address, all of the plenary session talks from the Individualizing Medicine Conference 2015: From Promise to Practice are now available on the conference website.
If you weren’t able to join us in Rochester, Minn., from September 20-23, you’ll want to pop some popcorn and cozy up to your computer screen for hours of insightful, informative talks on the latest developments in individualized medicine. Hosted by the Mayo Clinic Center for Individualized Medicine, the fourth annual genomics conference offered updates on cancer research and challenges on shifting the paradigm for sharing research information; it took a look back at how far precision medicine has come in a few short years and looked forward to what people can soon expect, like whole exome sequencing for the price of your cable television bill.
If you were in attendance at the fourth annual conference on genomic medicine, you’ll want to catch a session you missed while networking with colleagues or rewatch a talk for details you may have missed the first time. They’re all now available for viewing on the conference website.
If you need some help deciding what to watch, here’s the conference recap to act as your guide through the different talks. We believe, of course, that you should binge watch all of the speakers from the conference like episodes from Breaking Bad or Sons of Anarchy.
As Dr. Venter said in his closing keynote address, “We’re about to embark on the most exciting decade in genomics.”
Which makes for must-watch viewing!
And if you haven’t already, make plans to join us next year for the fifth annual Individualizing Medicine Conference: From Promise to Practice, from October 5-6, 2016.
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