Genomics Orientes Medicine Module Precision Medicine Forum

14 de February de 2022

The second of the modules of the International Forum on Precision Medicine will begin on 28 February, focusing on clinical genomics. The forum is fully supported by the ITEMAS platform and the Biobanks and Biomodels platform of the Carlos III Health Institute and the Spanish Society of Clinical Pharmacology.

This course aims to address genomics from different disciplines and specialties of medicine: oncology, Alzheimer's, cardiology, pharmacology, ophthalmology, among others.

A programme with top-level speakers, internationally renowned experts in their respective fields of medicine. In the field of genetic and legal medicine, the participation of Dr. Ángel Carracedo, Coordinator of the Genomic Medicine Group of the University of Santiago de Compostela and of the Genomic Medicine programme (ISCIII IMPACT call) should be highlighted. Dr. Carracedo is a world leader in citations in the area of Forensic Medicine and is among the most cited authors in Molecular Biology with an average of over 2,000 citations/year. A leading researcher in the field of genetics and forensic medicine with numerous awards throughout his professional career, he will be in charge of opening the first debate of this forum.

The course is coordinated by Dr. José Luis Fernandez Luna, Coordinator of Genetics at the Marqués de Valdecilla University Hospital and Dr. Adrián Llerena, Professor of Clinical Pharmacology at the University of Extremadura; Director of the Institute of Biosanitary Research of Extremadura INUBE, University Hospital of Badajoz and President of the SEFF. Santiago García Blanco, Director General of Gigital Transformation and User Relations of the Regional Ministry of Health, will welcome and open this second module of the Precision Medicine Forum.  

The programme includes 10 sessions of debate and open dialogue with the attendees. The course is completely free of charge and is aimed at clinical, research and support staff with an interest in the field of genomics who would like to learn more about aspects related to research and precision medicine. 

The duration of the course is 20 hours from Monday to Thursday from 16:00 to 18:00, taught through the Zoom platform. The programme is endorsed by the CIEN Foundation and the CIBERER and is sponsored by Novartis and AMGEN.

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