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…
The inaugural Precision Medicine Conference hosted by UF College of Pharmacy and organized by CTSI's UF Health Personalized Medicine Program attracted more than 150 pharmacists and pharmacy educators interested in clinical pharmacogenomics.
Dr. Larisa Cavallari, director of the UF College of Pharmacy's Center for Pharmacogenomics and associate director of the CTSI's UF Health Personalized Medicine Program, presented outcomes data at the American Heart Association's Scientific Sessions.
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.
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.
This NIH grant, awarded by the National Human Genome Research Institute, will advance the CTSI-led Personalized Medicine Program to more patients and health care providers across Florida.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Personalized medicine — a concept in which an understanding of a patient’s genetic makeup is used to enhance treatment — has arrived at UFHealth, the University of Florida Academic Health Center. Under a new standard of care, UF doctors will help ward off…