The University of Florida’s College of Pharmacy has developed a graduate certificate and master’s degree to train current and future leaders in precision medicine. Learn the latest in genomic technologies and precision medicine therapies from well-known and highly-regarded experts.
University of Florida precision medicine leaders will highlight current knowledge and trends in this series, including professional and educational opportunities, to advance the future of health care. Join us as Dr. Kristin Wiisanen, online graduate program director, discusses challenges and approaches to patient education in the era of precision medicine.
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Why Pursue the UF Online Graduate Program in Precision Medicine?
- Completely Online: The program is 100 percent online, offering maximum flexibility for working professionals, residents and fellows. Start spring, summer or fall semesters with rolling admissions and complete the program at your own pace.
- Customizable: Select from a graduate certificate or master’s degree. Credit hours earned for the graduate certificate can later be applied to the master’s degree, pending program approval.
- Top 10-Ranked University & College: Earn a credential from one of U.S. News & World Report’s Top 10-ranked public universities and pharmacy colleges.
- Established Leadership in Precision Medicine Research & Implementation: The UF Health Precision Medicine clinical program launched in 2011 and is led by faculty in the UF College of Pharmacy and throughout the UF Health system. Its multidisciplinary team provides clinical, informatics, laboratory medicine and administrative expertise.
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. The conference is part of the online graduate program’s curriculum.