Dr. Robert Green will be on a Precision Medicine Panel and brief on the MilSeq project effort at the San Antonio Military Health System and Universities Research Forum (SURF), a regional event that highlights the latest research and discoveries of trainees, faculty, staff and students working to improve health outcomes.
Wednesday April 3, 2019 Platform Presentation by Carrie Blout, MS, CGC: Physician Perceived Utility and Preparedness for Newborn Genomic Sequencing: Findings from the BabySeq Project Poster by Kurt Christensen, PhD: Screening Newborns with Genomic Sequencing Increases Short-Term Downstream Health Care Costs: Preliminary Findings from the BabySeq Project.
November 14, 2018 Poster Session: Healthy Genomic Sequencing: What Airmen Want to Know? Findings from the MilSeq Project Carrie L. Blout, MS, CGC Time: 5:45-7:00PM November 15, 2018 Poster Session: Genetic Counselors’ Comfort and Knowledge of Cancer Risk – Assessment for Transgender Patients Tala Berro, MS, CGC Time: 6:00-7:15PM November 16, 2018 23andMe Education Event: … Continued
October 16, 2018 Poster and Presentation by Robert C. Green, MD, MPH: Returning Unanticipated Genomic Results in a Hospital-Based Research Biobank Time: 7-8pm Place: Rooms 6C/6D, Upper Level, San Diego Convention Center This abstract was designated as one of the “Reviewer’s Choice Abstracts” (scored in top 10% by the reviewers) and separately selected for brief … Continued
Following are G2P speakers as well as collaborators who are presenting at ACMG 2018, along with their poster titles and date/time information. Kurt Christensen, PhD, presents “Changes to Willingness to Pay for Whole Genome Sequencing after Experience” (Poster #555) April 12, 10-11:30am Charlotte Convention Center Exhibit Halls BC Megan Maxwell, MS, LCGC, presents “Pharmacogenomics in the U.S. … Continued
Several members of G2P and our collaborators presented at ASHG; details follow: October 19, 2017: Emilie S. Zoltick, ScD, MPH, presents Participant Characteristics, Motivations, Healthcare Utilization, and Perceived Utility in Ostensibly Healthy Adults Undergoing Genome Sequencing: Early Findings from the PeopleSeq Consortium October 19, 2017: Megan D. Maxwell, MS, LCGC, presents Special Considerations for Genomic … Continued
Several members and collaborators of G2P presented at the Festival of Genomics. October 3, 2017: Robert C. Green, MD, MPH, presents In the Loop: What the Hell is Precision Medicine Anyway?! October 3, 2017: Christine Lu, PhD, presents Putting the G in Genome: Financial Sustainability of Genomic Medicine October 4, 2017: Sheila Sutti, MS, CGC, … Continued