Genomic & Precision Medicine Forum

Spring 2022

Bruce R. Korf, MD, PhD
Associate Dean for Genomic Medicine, UAB School of Medicine
Chief Genomics Officer, UAB Medicine
Wayne H. And Sara Crews Finley Endowed Chair in Medical Genetics
University of Alabama at Birmingham
“UAB Genomic Medicine”
January 13, 2022; 12 p.m. EST on Zoom
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Stuart Sealfon, MD
Glickenhaus Family Professor of Neurology
Director Center for Advanced Research on Diagnostic Assays (CARDA) 
Chairman Emeritus Department of Neurology
Mount Sinai Health System
Professor of Neurobiology and Pharmacological Science
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
"Adventures in Multiomics Diagnostic Signature Development"
January 27, 2022 at 12 p.m. EST on Zoom
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Liz Cirulli, PhD
Principal Scientist
"Using positive predictive value and novel analysis techniques to identify genes to include in genetic screening programs"
February 10, 2022; 12 p.m. EST on Zoom
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William E. Kraus, MD         
Richard and Pat Johnson University Distinguished Professor
Professor of Medicine (Cardiology), Department of Medicine
Duke University School of Medicine
"Components of Personalized Lifestyle Medicine with a Focus on Physical Activity"
February 24, 2022; 12 p.m. EST on Zoom
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Full 2022 Winter/Spring Schedule:

Thurs., Jan 13: Bruce Korf, MD, PhD (University of Alabama)
Thurs., Jan. 27: Stuart Sealfon, MD (Mount Sinai)
Thurs., Feb. 10: Liz Cirulli, PhD (Helix)
Thurs., Feb. 24: William Kraus, MD (Duke)
Thurs., March 10: Rahul Deo, MD, PhD (Harvard University)
Thurs., March 24: Deepak Voora, MD (Duke)
Thurs., April 14: Jeanette McCarthy, MPH, PhD (Fabrics Genomics)
Thurs., April 28: Samira Musah, PhD (Duke)
Thurs., May 12: Nathan Hawkey, MD & Katherine Collins, PhD (1st year T32 Fellows)
Thurs., May 26: Nathan Bihlmeyer, PhD & Sarah Heston, MD (2nd year T32 Fellows)

If you have questions or would like to recommend a future speaker, please email Ryanne Wu, CAGPM faculty lead for the forum series. Currently all forum sessions are taking place on Zoom.