Clinical OMICS

NOV-DEC 2018

Healthcare magazine for research scientists, labs, pathologists, hospitals, cancer centers, physicians and biopharma companies providing news articles, expert interviews and videos about molecular diagnostics in precision medicine

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How Multi-Omics Profiling Can Redefine Precision Health and Medicine Detailed information for generating an average cellular metabolic profile could be as useful and common for physicians as taking a patient's vital signs. Rich datasets that reflect a comprehensive clinical research compendium of biological, physiological, and molecular signatures will reveal insights into the factors that contribute to health or disease over an individual's lifetime. Coupling relatively routine datasets such as genomes and transcriptomes with newer types—most notably mass spectrometry-based proteomes, and metabolomes produces an "integrative Personal Omics Profile," (iPOP). Join us for this exciting Clinical OMICS webinar where we will discuss how this multi-omics approach, when combined with clinical research observation, can unlock the complexity of systems biology at the individual level. Some key areas that will be discussed: n High-resolution biochemical profiles using metabolomics and mass spectrometry as part of iPOP n The potential of iPOP demonstrated in diabetes risk n Recent examples of iPOP showing the potential to identify individuals what will manifest signs of illness n The future of the iPOP approach A live Q&A session will follow the presentation, offering you a chance to pose questions to our expert panelist. Free Registration! View It Now! On Demand DURATION: 45 minutes COST: Complimentary For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures. Speaker Michael Snyder, Ph.D. Professor and Chair of the Department of Genetics Director of the Center for Genomics and Personalized Medicine Stanford University School of Medicine Produced with support from Webinars

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