Will Personalized Medicine Improve Population Health?
From Nathan Tanner
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The United States infant mortality rate ranks among the worst for wealthy nations, a clear sign that our nation’s health needs improving. This year’s Frontiers in Precision Medicine III symposium will focus on combining the best approaches from two seemingly disparate disciplines—population health and individualized medicine—to pave the way toward a brighter future. Symposium organizer and assistant professor of Population Health Sciences Adam Bress, Pharm D, explains controversies that will be addressed in dynamic and interactive panel-based discussions led by national experts in the fields of health disparities, big data, direct-to-consumer genetic testing, and more. The symposium will be held on March 16, 2018 on the University of Utah campus. Registration is free, and CME credits are available.