WCHRI is excited to introduce a new seminar series focused on one of the University of Alberta’s signature areas… precision health research!
What is precision health research? What does it mean for the health of women and children? Join us as we embark on an exploratory journey to learn about precision health research that is happening right here at WCHRI. We’ll learn together by telling stories about precision health clinical research, by hearing about innovative discoveries and techniques in the lab, and by exploring ethical and social considerations related to precision health that are important to women, children and their families.
|September 26, 2023
|Daniel Moreno De Luca, a CASA Research Chair
|Genomic psychiatry: Implementing precision medicine for autism and developmental disorders
|May 26, 2022
|Norbert Graf, Professor of Pediatrics, Saarland University
|Zoom Replay: Bridging the gap between basic science and clinical oncology
|November 30, 2021
|Alberta cellular and immunotherapy 001—Locally produced CAR T-cells in leukemia and lymphoma
|October 13, 2021
|The Children’s Health Environment Clinic: environment and precision health
|September 22, 2021
|Medical genetics and the functional interpretation of DNA variants—Lessons from cystic fibrosis
|May 26, 2021
|Leveraging the CHILD study to examine child health
|April 21, 2021
|The Translational Genomics Hub
|March 24, 2021
|Bo (Cloud) Cao
|Precision mental health through computational psychiatry
|January 27, 2021
|The power of precision health research for women, children, and families
Do you have a future topic or speaker suggestion for the WCHRI precision health research seminar series? Let us know!
You may also be interested in upcoming University of Alberta Precision Health Signature Area events.