Mar 30, 2020
Unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we will be postponing PMWC East (originally scheduled to be held in Pittsburgh on June 4-5, 2020) until May 26-27, 2021. We have chosen to postpone the meeting due to the unprecedented challenges currently faced with the pandemic and to ensure the safety of all participants.
We have also postponed the satellite event 'Achieving Population-scale Pharmacogenomics' meeting, which will now be...[ read more ]
Feb 27, 2020
Join the Institute for Precision Medicine as we partner to present a variety of precision medicine focussed events in Pittsburgh June 2-5th!
Precision Medicine World Conference (PMWC) at the University of Pittsburgh, June 4-5, 2020
The 18th Precision Medicine World Conference will host 500 Attendees | 2 Tracks | 100 Speakers + Exhibits
The PMWC program will feature innovative technologies and analyze the success of already thriving...[ read more ]
Feb 25, 2020
The 18th Precision Medicine World Conference (PMWC) will take place at the Pittsburgh Marriott City Center on June 4 and 5, 2020 in partnership with University of Pittsburgh and UPMC. This city of steel has re-emerged as the city of Eds and Meds with nationally recognized universities and healthcare institutions. PMWC 2020 Pittsburgh brings together leading researchers to showcase practical content that helps close the knowledge gap among different sectors, thereby catalyzing cross-functional fertilization and collaboration to...[ read more ]
Feb 24, 2020
An article published in CAP TODAY highlights Pitt’s efforts to implement pharmacogenomics in a preemptive manor and interviews Phil Empey, Associate Director for Pharmacogenomics at the Institute for Precision Medicine and faculty in the School of Pharmacy and the Clinical and Translational Science Institute, who shares his plans of careful implementation of pharmacogenomic reporting of variants with the highest level of evidence.
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Feb 14, 2020
Philip Empey, Associate Director for Pharmacogenomics at the Institute for Precision Medicine and faculty in the School of Pharmacy and the Clinical and Translational Science Institute, who leads the Pitt/Thermo PGx Center of Excellence was interviewed recently by genomeweb for an article highlighting our efforts to perform PGx testing on up to 150,000 individuals in the UPMC system. Our goals are to return results...[ read more ]
Jan 06, 2020
Visit the Institute for Precision Medicine booth at the Precision Medicine World Conference 2020 meeting in Silicon Valley, January 21-24th.
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Oct 24, 2019
The Institute for Precision Medicine (IPM) and sciVelo of the Innovation Institute are soliciting proposals for commercial translation project funding. The IPM facilitates the movement of biomedical research into clinical care. PreMIC focuses specifically on driving translational research projects towards both clinical and commercial application through new company formation, licensing to industry partners, or direct implementation into clinical care by health systems such as UPMC. The goal of PreMIC is to drive precision medicine technologies out of Pitt...[ read more ]
Sep 11, 2019
Register now for the Computational Medicine Conference! On Tuesday, October 29, 2019, local and national leaders will gather at the Wyndham Pittsburgh University Center to discuss the use of computational modeling approaches in biomedical research.
Computational methods are permeating all aspects of medicine—from understanding the basic nature of disease, to developing more effective therapeutics, to precisely diagnosing and treating individual patients. Focusing on precision medicine, systems pharmacology, and clinical decision support, this one-day conference highlights advances...[ read more ]
Sep 09, 2019
Test2Learn™ team and University of Pittsburgh faculty members Philip Empey (Pharmacy), Mylynda Massart (Family Medicine), James Stevenson (Pharmacy), and Lisa Parker (Center for Bioethics & Health Law) are leading the work as part of a three-year $2.8 million grant from the Richard King Mellon Foundation awarded to the Institute for Precision Medicine.
The goal of this grant is:to accelerate the adoption of genomic testing through high-fidelity genomics education enabled by... [ read more ]
Jul 03, 2019
The Institute for Precision Medicine (IPM) at the University of Pittsburgh and UPMC received a three-year $2.8 million grant from the Richard King Mellon Foundation for implementation of precision medicine initiatives, including whole genome sequencing of critically ill infants, genomics education and translational research pilot projects intended for commercialization.
The IPM, a joint effort of Pitt and ...[ read more ]