Pioneers in Precision Medicine
For more than a decade, UF Health’s Precision Medicine Program has been at the forefront of genomic medicine research and implementation nationally.
2023 Precision Medicine Conference
Updates in Precision Medicine: Pharmacogenomic and Pharmacovigilance Conference to be held March 2-3
The UF College of Pharmacy is partnering with GenomeWeb’s Precision Medicine Leaders’ Summit to host the conference in Orlando.
Precision Medicine Programs
UF Health is rapidly expanding precision medicine’s role in patient care. The launch of a multi-gene pharmacogenetics panel developed by UF Health Pathology Laboratories will allow clinicians to personalize drug therapy and disease risk assessment around an individual’s genetic profile.
The University of Florida has been a national leader in both genomic medicine discovery and implementation. Research efforts are focused on developing methods and reducing barriers for using evidence-based genomic information as a routine part of clinical care, starting with pharmacogenomics.
The era of precision medicine is unfolding fast, and the UF College of Pharmacy offers multiple educational programs to train current and future leaders. Offerings include an online graduate certificate program and master’s degree, a training program for doctorally prepared clinicians and the UF Precision Medicine Conference.
Graduate Program in precision medicine
Graduate Certificate Program and Master's Degree
Earn a credential for the future of health care by enrolling in one of the nation's first online graduate programs in precision medicine.
Precision Medicine IN THE NEWS
Solving the puzzle of precision medicine at the…
The fifth annual UF Precision Medicine Conference attracted more than 185 attendees from 30 states and was held Feb. 20-22, in Orlando.
Reengineering the clinical environment
UF Health’s Precision Medicine Program is ushering in a new era of genetic medicine, with the introduction of a new name, leadership team and…
ASHP’s Excellence in Patient Safety Award…
UF Health received the award Dec. 2 at the ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting in Anaheim, California.
Improving cardiac outcomes with genetic testing
This NIH-funded, UF-led study showed that a genetic test can significantly reduce the risk of adverse cardiac events for heart stent patients by…