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Learn how advances in biomedicine hold the potential to revolutionize drug development, drug treatments, and disease prevention: where are we now, and what does the future hold? This course will present short primers in genetics and mechanisms underlying variability in drug responses. A series of case studies will be used to illustrate principles of how genetics are being brought to bear on refining diagnoses and on personalizing treatment in rare and common diseases. The ethical and operational issues around how to implement large scale genomic sequencing in clinical practice will be addressed. After completing this course, learners will understand 1. The ways in which genetic variants can contribute to human disease susceptibility 2. How to choose among drug therapies based on genetic factors 3. That the functional consequences of the vast majority of genetic variants discovered by modern sequencing are unknown. This course is targeted primarily at physicians 5+ years out of training. Other healthcare providers, medical/health sciences students, and members of the public may also be interested. Course launches January 15, 2016. * The information presented in “Case Studies in Personalized Medicine” is offered for educational and informational purposes only, and should not be construed as personal medical advice. If you have questions or concerns about a medical matter, please consult your doctor or other professional healthcare provider....

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8 de abr. de 2019

The course is very useful for all physicians to diagnoise the disorder and to suggest the solution for their problem and also can explain the cause of the disorder from the root that;s genome.


27 de mar. de 2020

Very Useful study, Especially we study Particular drugs its Adverse Reactions, We know the Patient some Conditions which type of drugs we prescribed. Very useful learning Drugs effect Mutant

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por Viola J

20 de mar. de 2017


por Anurag k S

20 de jun. de 2020

before joining make sure you have a basic knowledge of genetics. some part of course is hard to understand. it is very informative, being a doctor it will surely help me to improve my clinical skills.

por Vaughn P

17 de feb. de 2018

This course is not for an amateur. Lots of background knowledge is needed to get full appreciation. This course is from one of the leading centers on genomic medicine and the material reflects this.

por Mfon-Abasi I

7 de jun. de 2021

The facilitator was very explanatory and he was so helpful. I would definitely recommend this course to someone who is interested in Genetics and Medicine

por Sameeha

21 de feb. de 2016

It was a great learning experience. Would love to do more such courses, if with any specialization in oncology field.

por Alex

15 de abr. de 2019

Very interesting subject. Very useful for the medical professionals as well as those interested on the subject.

por Sierra C

11 de ene. de 2018

Professor was engaging, had a nice speaking voice and the material was presented in a cohesive, analytical way.

por Warren Y

17 de mar. de 2017

a comprehensive course to go through and grab a picture about precision medicine

por Jonathan G

13 de mar. de 2018

fascinating course but it didn't cover side effects in most pharmaceuticals.

por Luis A M R

23 de abr. de 2017

A very interesting, well- structured, sistematic and didactic course.

por nirali g

20 de ene. de 2021

I didn't get certificate yet ! How can I get it ??


4 de jun. de 2020

This was very helpful course.

por M F

31 de ene. de 2016

Great course, very clear

por George L

19 de jul. de 2016

Very informative.

por Ashantie F

13 de mar. de 2021


por Anil K y

29 de may. de 2020