Genomic and Precision Medicine Weekly Forum Schedule

Spring 2020

Lisa Bastarache, M.S.

Research Assistant Professor
Vanderbilt University Medical Center
How Much More Can We Explain With Genetics? Using EHRs to Find Undiagnosed Patients
January 9, 2020
12 - 1 P.M.
2240 CIEMAS

Audio          Slides

Joe Grzymski, Ph.D.

Senior Director, Applied Innovation Center; Associate Research Professor of Microbiology and Computational Biology
Desert Research Institute
The Healthy Nevada Project Genetics Study and Linking Phenotype to Genotype
January 16, 2020
12 - 1 P.M.
2240 CIEMAS

Slides available upon request

Cynthia Moylan, M.D.

Associate Professor of Medicine 
Duke University
The Looming NASH Epidemic: Using -omics for risk stratification and prevention
January 23, 2020
12 - 1 P.M.
2240 CIEMAS

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Isaac Kohane, M.D., Ph.D.

Chair, Department of Biomedical Informatics; Professor of Biomedical Informatics
Harvard Medical School
What Can We Learn from Genomics Being the Leading Application of Clinical AI?
January 30, 2020
12 - 1 P.M.
2240 CIEMAS

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Rebekah Ryanne Wu, M.D.

Assistant Professor of Medicine
Duke University
Impact of Family Health History on Understanding Genomic Risk in Singaporean Populations
February 6, 2020
12 - 1 P.M.
2240 CIEMAS

Elizabeth McNally, M.D., Ph.D.

Director, Center for Genetic Medicine; Professor of Medicine and Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics
Northwestern University
Genetic Variation In Heart Failure: From Rare to Common and In Between
February 13, 2020
12 - 1 P.M.
2240 CIEMAS

Calum MacRae, M.D., Ph.D.

Vice Chair for Scientific Innovation, Brigham and Women's Hospital; Associate Professor of Medicine
Harvard Medical School
Overcoming the Barriers to Clinical Whole Genome Sequencing in Routine Acute Care
February 20, 2020
12 - 1 P.M.
2240 CIEMAS

Bryce Seifert, Ph.D.

ABMGG Laboratory Genetics and Genomics Fellow
Duke University
Clinical Validity Assessment of Genes Frequently Tested on Hereditary Cancer Susceptibility Sequencing Panels
March 5, 2020
12 - 1 P.M.
2240 CIEMAS

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Svati Shah, M.D., MHS

Associate Dean of Genomics and Director, Duke Precision Genomics Collaboratory; Professor of Medicine; Director, Adult Cardiovascular Genetics Clinic
Duke University
Cardiovascular Omics: The Past, Present and Future
March 19, 2020
12 - 1 P.M.
Held via WebEx

Douglas Williamson, Ph.D.

Professor in Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Duke University
Identification of the Key Genes Involved in Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: Evidence from Human Blood and Post-Mortem Tissue Studies
April 16, 2020
12 - 1 P.M.
Held via WebEx

Slides available upon request

Nathan Kimbrel, Ph.D.

Associate Professor in Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Duke University
Use of Genomic and Precision Medicine Approaches to Improve Prediction and Prevention of Suicide and Self-Directed Violence
April 30, 2020
12 - 1 P.M.
Held via WebEx

 

Jessilyn Dunn, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering
Duke University
Using Mobile Health Technologies to Detect and Monitor Acute and Chronic Diseases Including COVID-19 and Diabetes
May 7, 2020
12 - 1 P.M.
Held via WebEx

Presentation

Melody Shi, M.D., and Olivia Dong, Ph.D.

First-year T32 fellows, Genome Medicine and Research
Duke University
"Investigating the Role of CYP24 in Mineral Homeostasis" and "Cost-Effectiveness of Genomic Profiling in Patients with Metastatic Lung Adenocarcinoma"
May 14, 2020
12 - 1 P.M.
Held via WebEx

Dr. Dong's Presentation

Marie Mooney, Ph.D., and William Hankey, Ph.D.

Second-year T32 fellows, Genome Medicine and Research
Duke University
"Connectivity mapping predicts novel therapeutics for preventing neurological deficits in N-glycanase 1 (NGLY1) deficiency" and "High-dose PDE5 inhibitors remodel the transcriptome to counteract prostate cancer cell phenotypes"
May 21, 2020
12 - 1 P.M.
Held via WebEx