The UF Health Personalized Medicine Program, part of the UF CTSI, led a recent study supported by NIH’s Implementing Genomics in Practice (IGNITE) Network that showed a quick, precise genetic test can significantly reduce the risk of cardiovascular events by helping…
More than 60 experts from across the country assembled to present and discuss their successes and challenges in developing methods for incorporating genomic information as a routine part of patient care in diverse clinical settings.
Read about the CTSI's 2014 accomplishments as highlighted in the January column of On the Same Page by Dr. David S. Guzick, UF senior vice president for health affairs and president of UF Health.
A review of the program's first year in the March edition of the American Journal of Medical Genetics demonstrates the successful implementation of process for genetic testing that helps cardiologists in the treatment of heart catheterization patients.
Rick Kittles, Ph.D., will present "Ancestry, Health and Disease: Placing Susceptibility into Context" on Feb. 4, 2014 in Communicore Room C1-4.
Read about the CTSI's 2013 accomplishments as highlighted in the January columns of On the Same Page by Dr. David S. Guzick, UF senior vice president for health affairs and president of UF Health.
Congratulations to Dr. Lyle Moldawer for this new grant, which will be applied to verifying the efficacy of a genomic test to predict adverse events in trauma patients.
The Summer 2013 Florida Physician cover story explores how the Personalized Medicine Program and other CTSI-led efforts are helping to pave a new frontier in health care by transferring the latest scientific findings into the patient care setting.