Experts from around the world will
gather at the University of
Pennsylvania School of Medicine for a special symposium to review
the most current research and explore the future of personalized
Hosted by the Institute
for Translational Medicine and Therapeutics,
progress and perspectives of personalized medicine will be
presented by leaders in the field from the clinical, pharmaceutical,
and ethics arenas.
Reporters attending this conference can expect to hear about:
- Imaging techniques to track response to psychiatric and
- The hunt for genes that predispose us
to high blood pressure.
- Childhood leukemia as a model for
For a full agenda and registration, please visit the ITMAT
||Wednesday April, 25 8:00AM – 7:30 PM
||Biological Research Building Auditorium [map]
University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
421 Curie Boulevard
Philadelphia PA 19104
Editor’s Note: Registration is not required if you
plan to only attend the Roundtable Session open to the public,
which begins at 6:15pm. For the Roundtable, please contact
Molly Reagan for more information:
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