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AHA 2016: UF’s Larisa Cavallari presents findings on 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 helping identify the best antiplatelet medication for each patient.
Our three credit graduate course in personalized medicine involves the use an individual’s genetic profile to guide decisions made in regard to the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of disease. This […]
On Jan. 27-28, 2015, more than 60 experts from across the country assembled at the University of Florida 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.
Did you know health care providers can use genetic information to help identify which medication or dose is likely to work best for a patient? Learn how UF Health is using this approach to guide treatment decisions involving certain medications.
Education is essential to prepare for a future in which genomic information is used regularly in clinical practice. At UF Health, we believe personalized medicine education should be innovative, comprehensive and diverse to meet the varied needs of patients, students and health care providers.
UF Health Personalized Medicine Program faculty are leaders in pharmacogenomics and personalized medicine research. Our research and collaborations support innovation, scientific discovery and training of future researchers.