You’re invited: Seminar on precision medicine
Precision Health at the University of Michigan invites you to attend a special seminar on Thursday, Jan. 17, when Veera Baladandayuthapani, Ph.D., professor of biostatistics in the U-M School of Public Health will present on “Integrative Big Data Models for Precision Medicine.”
The session will include this special presentation with time allocated for discussion. Registration is requested by Tuesday, Jan. 15 (or will close when full). Click here to register.
The U-M Precision Health Seminar Series invites expert speakers to share meaningful, relevant and late-breaking research on varied aspects of precision health. The interdisciplinary educational series, which takes place monthly during the academic year, features topics ranging from genetics to big data to health implementation (and much more) and is open to students, faculty, practitioners, staff, trainees and the general public.
The goal is to increase understanding of precision health data, tools and applications, to engage the academic community to enhance precision health research and to support the implementation of precision health to health systems.
Questions? Contact Tina Creguer at 734-615-2024 or firstname.lastname@example.org.