The University of Florida's College of Pharmacy has developed online courses to train current and future leaders in pharmacogenomics and precision medicine. Learn the latest in genomic technologies and precision medicine therapies from well-known and highly-regarded experts, while earning a degree from a Top-5 university.
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Earn you masters degree with a concentration in personalized medicine. On average, completion of the program ranges from 2 to 3 years for a total of 30 credit hours.
Earn a graduate certificate with a focus in clinical pharmacogenomics or genomics in as little as one year.
Take graduate classes as a non-degree seeking student for academic credit that you can transfer to a degree later.
Licensed pharmacists can hone their clinical skills with contact hours of CPE and earn a pharmacogenomics certificate.
See why the Pharmacogenomics and Precision Medicine program is a national leader in research and clinical implementation.
In this webinar we covered the Precision and Individualized Medicine online graduate programs. We also introduced participants to individualized medicine, discuss the precision medicine program, and provide guidance to apply for an online graduate program.
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We interviewed graduating student, Laly Havern, Pharm.D. about her experience with the pharmacogenomics & precision medicine online graduate program. See what Dr. Havern has to say about her experience in the online program, networking across the globe and why the graduate program was a good fit for her.
Rola J. Karadsheh, M.S., MBA.
Read the American Journal of Managed Care's article on how precision medicine and genetic testing will help shape the future of Alzheimer's disease and treatment.