Orlando speaks at WSU College of Medicine Genomics & Adoption Symposium

Wednesday, November 3, 2021
By Brittany Vekstein

Lori Orlando, MD, MHS, MMCI, director of the precision medicine program in the Center for Applied Genomics & Precision Medicine at Duke University School of Medicine, spoke at the Washington State University Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine 2021 Genomics & Adoption Symposium today.

Dr. Orlando discussed the MeTree Family Health History based risk assessment tool during her talk on, "Role of Family Health History in Health Screening and Maintenance"

“When it comes to your family health history, quality of data is very important but if you have limited knowledge of your family history sometimes just knowing the RIGHT piece of information will help your physicians” – Lori Orlando, MD, MHS, MMCI, lead PI in the development and implementation of MeTree

MeTree is a patient-facing web-based family and personal health history collection and clinical decision support program developed by Duke Center for Applied Genomics and Precision Medicine. Learn more about MeTree.