The annual Precision Medicine World Conference (PMWC), typically held in Silicon Valley when in the United States, will come to North Carolina for the first time on May 24 and 25. Also held previously in Israel and the UK, PMWC is a gathering of multidisciplinary attendees from the international precision medicine community. PMWC 2017 Duke, the 12th installment of the conference, will spotlight the explosion of biomedical technologies, driving initiatives that enable the translation of precision medicine into direct improvements in health care.
Here is what will be on the PMWC 2017 Duke agenda at the 12th conference:
More than 30 sessions with 100+ thought-provoking, insightful talks that cover all facets of precision medicine
A lineup of 100+ highly regarded speakers featuring recognized authorities across the healthcare and biotechnology sectors
Luminary and Pioneer Awards honoring Francis Collins of the NIH and more.
500+ attendees from across the entire spectrum of healthcare, representing different types of companies, technologies, and medical centers with leadership roles in precision medicine
PMWC 2017 Duke, May 24 and 25, is co-hosted by Duke University, Duke Health, Stanford Health Care, UCSF, and Intermountain Healthcare. Topics include: data science to advance precision medicine, the importance of patient engagement, the impact of technology on genomics and medical practice, updates on data and regulatory policies, metabolomics in precision medicine, the emergence of single-cell genomics, monitoring infectious disease, an update on the Personalized Medicine Initiative, mobile health’s role in changing healthcare, liquid biopsy, the microbiome, and much more.
Directions to Duke University's Fuqua Business School
Registration through March 15, 2017: $675.00 (includes a discount for the NC Biotech Community)
Registration AFTER March 15, 2017: $1,250.00
For more information, visit the Precision Medicine World Conference website.
Fuqua School of Business
100 Fuqua Drive
Durham, NC 27708