According to the CDC, pharmacogenomics examines how your DNA affects your response to drugs. This understanding can determine whether you have a bad reaction to a drug, whether a drug will be effective, or have no effect at all. As Pharmacogenomics Chairs, we host informational sessions and seminars regarding the importance of pharmacogenomics in our health. We use interactive tools such as genetic testing demonstrations and educational materials to explain how an improved understanding of pharmacogenomics can protect your health and enhance your treatment outcomes. Additionally, we organize workshops and seminars to train students and future healthcare professionals on the latest advancements in pharmacogenomics, emphasizing its growing importance in the future of healthcare.

Pharmacogenomics Chairs:

  • Disha De
  • Andres Lopez Reyes
  • Abigail McCloskey