Precision Medicine Thursdays at Venture Café
On the third Thursday of every month , ICTS Precision Medicine hosts a session featuring WashU faculty working in translational genomics/precision medicine areas. Talks are typically oriented toward technology, diagnostics, informatics, and precision interventions based on clinical genotypes and phenotypes. Some of the talks encompass biotechnology and/or entrepreneurial efforts and opportunities.
Precision Medicine Pathway
WashU School of Medicine Special Emphasis Pathway
To connect basic scientists with translational researchers, Washington University created the Precision Medicine Pathway. The program accepts 10 students a year from the Division of Biological and Biomedical Sciences Program. This Pathway introduces 2nd and 3rd year genetics, genomics, and bioinformatics PhD students to the use of genomic and genetic information in the diagnosis and treatment of disease. The students are connected with translational researchers and perform a clinically mentored research project. By gaining both a strong basic science background and knowledge in clinical medicine, these students will become an essential part of the future translational genomic workforce.