Clinical Applications of Precision Medicine: Precision Health

PHA 6613-Clinical Applications of Precision Medicine: Precision Health

This course reviews knowledge and applications of precision medicine diagnosis and treatment considerations of concepts in monogenic diseases and complex diseases. Important concepts include susceptibility genomics, diagnostic approaches, laboratory testing and treatment considerations for genomic medicine. Diseases include cystic fibrosis, monogenic diabetes, Marfan syndrome, Huntington’s disease, as well as cardiovascular, metabolic, neurologic, mental health disorders and addiction and others.
Credits: 3
Terms offered: TBD


$425/credit hour plus student fees

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Required Materials

No textbooks are required for this class.

Library Access

Distance Education and UF Online Students enjoy the same library privileges as on-campus students.