5th Annual UF Precision Medicine Conference

February 21-22, 2020 | USA

Join us at the forefront of precision medicine implementation. Experts from across the country will share the latest strategies and technologies in genomic medicine and pharmacogenomics. For those pursuing the online graduate program, this conference is part of the curriculum and counts as a course.

Spotlight

Cancer touches the lives of most people in the world in one way or another. From family members, friends, or colleagues who have been diagnosed, fought and won their battle, or those that have succumbed to the disease, cancer is prevalent in our society. However, as the research and medical communities strive for better treatments and are hopeful for potential cures, cancer survival is increasing. Did you know that cancer survival rates have gone from 50% to 68% in the past 40 years?


OTHER PAST CONFERENCES

TOTAL HEALTH

October 20-21, 2022 | USA

Healthcare is still in a crisis. Lessons learned during the pandemic - urgency, collaboration, speed of innovation - must now be applied to build a better healthcare system.

Digital Health Forum

June 23, 2022 | USA

Equity. Access. Sustainability. These three tenets are how we change the experience of healthcare at G4A.

22nd POPULATION HEALTH COLLOQUIUM

November 7-9, 2022 | USA

The Colloquium is the foremost gathering of the most influential people in healthcare transformation.

2022 Pediatric Psychosocial and Palliative Care Virtual Conference

November 2-3, 2022 | USA

Join us Nov. 2-3, 2022, for our fourth annual Pediatric Psychosocial and Palliative Care Virtual Conference. This year's virtual event will bring together world-class healthcare professionals to explore challenging topics in pediatric psychosocial and palliative care, including techniques for building resilience in children and teens.

Spotlight

Cancer touches the lives of most people in the world in one way or another. From family members, friends, or colleagues who have been diagnosed, fought and won their battle, or those that have succumbed to the disease, cancer is prevalent in our society. However, as the research and medical communities strive for better treatments and are hopeful for potential cures, cancer survival is increasing. Did you know that cancer survival rates have gone from 50% to 68% in the past 40 years?

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