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There has been a genetics revolution in the last decade.  This revolution is now infiltrating other medical laboratory sciences in a much more dominant manner. Individual genomic profiles and personalized medicine will soon be the norm. Artificial Intelligence systems will play an increasing role in the generation and periodic reanalysis of these profiles. For a time, the ability to identify risks will not be matched by equal opportunities to fully put into place effective risk reduction strategies because, for our current cohort of older individuals, many of these opportunities have already been lost. Hence the great urgency of our preparations!

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At the end of this webinar you will be able to:

  • Understand the extent to which genomic data will impact laboratory science
  • Appreciate both the benefits and threats posed by artificial intelligence systems
  • Appreciate the need for laboratory science to be an active participant in, rather than a victim of, the bioinformatics revolution
  • Sense the urgency in starting to practice risk reduction strategies based upon personalized medicine which may take decades to achieve optimal results


Author: Peter J. Bridge, PhD, FCCMG, FACMG

Recorded: May 27, 2018


PEP hours: 1.25

CPS credits: 0

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