Precision Prescribing – the New Reality: fostering a seamless integration of PGx into clinical workflows
Precision prescribing in primary care is now a reality resulting in personalized medicine for everyone. With digital transformation, collaboration and a willingness to embrace technology we can move away from basic ‘alert’ based prescribing to pre-emptive tailored and personalized treatment options.
DDISH of the Day; Real World Data on an Algorithmic Approach
Dr. Seán Hynes, MD PhD FRCPath, Consultant Histopathologist, University Hospital Galway, Associate Professor in Pathology, National University of Ireland, Galway
New Applications and Technologies for High Throughput Proteomics
Life runs on many thousands of different chemical reactions, known collectively as cell metabolism. Metabolic reactions are vital for keeping cells and organisms growing and alive, and problems with cellular metabolism are implicated in ageing and diseases such as cancer, diabetes and brain disorders. In order to understand metabolism at its scale, novel technologies are required. These need to measure metabolites and proteins at precision, at high throughput, and at costs that facilitate systematic perturbation experiments.
Multi-omic approach to discover new therapeutic targets for metastatic prostate cancer
David Boocock, PhD. Senior Research Fellow and the Group Leader of the Biological Mass Spectrometry & Clinical Proteomics group in the John van Geest Cancer Research Centre at Nottingham Trent University, UK.
Remote Clinical Trial Monitoring in the time of COVID-19: Working Safer and Smarter
The Journal of Precision Medicine and the Precision Medicine Leaders’ Summits are delighted to bring you this complimentary webinar presented by Shirin Hasan of Agilent Technologies and Andrew Crenshaw of Q2 Solutions.
Clinical Use Cases: Pharmacogenomic Results Within the EHR Workflow
This complimentary webinar features results realized by providers who have integrated pharmacogenomic (PGx) test results within their EHR workflows. Citing clinical experiences from three organizations, Dr. Diamond will explore the impact PGx has made on the prescriptions they write for individual patients – and about the authentic health improvements patients report as a result.
Clinical Use Cases Complexity of PGx in the Workflow
Precision medicine data is complex, and it needs to be accessible by clinicians as they are making treatment decisions. Currently, enterprise health systems such as EMRs and EHRs are not effectively supporting precision medicine programs. Precision medicine and population health specific informatics approaches and technologies that aggregate and curate clinical, diagnostic, financial, and other data can positively augment the functionality of enterprise EMRs and EHRs.