Precision Medicine in Action - Newsletter

The Precision Medicine newsletter is designed to be brief, linking to one main story and providing succint updates on key projects and milestones. It is anticipated to go out 3-4 times a year. If at a later point you decide you no longer wish to receive the newsletter, each issue includes an easy-to-unsubscribe link.

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Issue #7, September 2021

In the 7th issue, we discuss race and racism in precision medicine. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Issue #6, May 2021

In the 6th issue, we highlight our numerous partnerships that help deliver precision science, care, and education to the community.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Issue #5, February 2021

In the 5th issue, we discuss the January 2021 PMWC meeting, which focused on COVID-19 and its impact on science and the healthcare enterprise. 

Issue #4, November 2020

In the 4th issue, we speak with Keith Yamamoto, Natalie Alpert and UCSF students about UCSF's role in shaping science policy in Washington DC.

Issue #3, August 2020

In the third issue, we talk with Kirsten Bibbins-Domingo, Joe DeRisi, and Diane Havlir, and learn about how they are joining forces with community groups to address health disparities that have been worsened by COVID-19. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Issue #2, April 2020

In the second issue, Kate Rankin, Riley Bove and Stephan Sanders discuss BRIDGE, bringing precision medicine into the clinic. 

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Issue #1, January 2020

​In the first issue, Keith Yamamoto outlines what has been accomplished in precision medicine at UCSF and why our institution is considered a leader in the field.

Top of January Newsletter with photo of Keith Yamamoto PhD