About the Conference
Since 2016, the University of Minnesota has hosted a biennial national conference on pharmacogenomics. The conference features renowned researchers, expert clinicians and scholars, and leaders from the healthcare provider and payer space, exploring together the most timely issues and challenges faced by those in the field.
What is Pharmacogenomics (PGx)?
PGx is the cutting-edge science of how an individual’s genetic background affects their response to medications. PGx has left the realm of research and is rapidly emerging as an important tool for clinical care. Many health systems and clinics across the U.S. are now considering how to bring PGx into routine practice. There is also growing public interest in PGx with the emergence of patient-accessible and direct-to-consumer testing.
Healthcare providers such as pharmacists, physicians, nurses, physician assistants, mental health providers, and program managers interested in learning more about PGx will value the content of this conference.