January 27

Program / Day 3

TRACK 1

 

7:00 AM
Registration, Breakfast and Networking

The Give and Take Between
Government & Personalized Medicine

8:00 AM
Kathy Hudson, NIH

The President’s Precision Medicine Initiative®

8:15 AM
Atul Butte, UCSF
The Give and Take Between
Government & Personalized Medicine



8:30 AM
Elizabeth BacaGovernor Jerry Brown’s Office of Planning and Research (OPR)

The Observation of Accelerated Transformation of Biomedicine

8:45 AM
Keith Yamamoto, UCSF
Precision Medicine: Beyond The Inflection Point

Patient-centered Drug Development

9:00 AM
Stephan Brock, Molecular Health

Clinical Innovation Using Outcomes Data

9:15 AM
Mark L. Watson, Guardian Research Network
Re-Engineering The US Clinical Trials System

9:30 AM
Alan Wu, UCSF

Promoting Pharmacogenomics to the Public

9:45 AM
Panel

10:00 AM
Break, Exhibition & Networking

New Drug Discovery in Oncology: Faster, Cheaper, Better

10:30 AM
George Sledge, Stanford
Opening words by session chair

10:45 AM
Gideon Blumenthal, FDA
Expediting Development of Oncology Drugs
 


11:00 AM
August Salvado, Novartis

Signature: Designed to Find the Right Patient
 

11:15 AM
Panel

Personalized Medicine Patent Law Update

11:30 AM
Catherine Polizzi, Morrison & Foerster

Michael Shuster, Fenwick & West

12:00 PM
Q&A

12:15 PM
Lunch, Exhibition & Networking
 

Expansion of Non-Invasive Prenatal Testing

1:00 PM
Kimberly Martin, Natera

Opening by session chair
 

1:15 PM
Peter Benn, UConn Health
Non-invasive Testing for Low-risk Women

1:30 PM
Anthony Gregg, UF
Disruption the Nidus for Practice Guideline Development

1:45 PM
Panel

The Microbiome- A Modifiable Biomarker?

2:00 PM
Ami Bhatt, Stanford
Opening words by session chair

2:15 PM
Peter DiLaura, Second Genome
Exploring the Microbiome for Novel Therapeutics

2:30 PM
David Cook, Seres Therapeutics
Microbiome Therapeutics in The Age of Personalized DNA
Sequence

2:45 PM
Panel

3:00 PM
Break, Exhibition & Networking

Changing the Point
Of Care Setting

3:30 PM
Charles Chiu, UCSF
Changing the Point-of-Care Setting for Precision Medicine in Infectious Diseases

4:00PM
Closing

TRACK 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

8:15 AM
Mara Aspinall, GenePeeks

The Role of Algorithms in Clinical Diagnostics

Large-scale Genomics Projects

8:30 AM
David Ledbetter, Geisinger
Geisinger’s Precision Health Initiative






8:45AM
Peter Donnelly, Oxford University
Using Genetics to Improve Healthcare



9:00 AM
Andrew Carroll, DNAnexus
Genomics in the Next Five Years



9:15 AM
Hannes Smarason, WuXi NextCODE
Delivering Precision Medicine Worldwide Today

9:30 AM
Catherine Ball, Ancestry
Genomic Data, Migration Patterns & Disease

9:40 AM
Panel

10:00 AM
Break, Exhibition & Networking

Large Scale Sequencing and Analysis

10:30 AM
David Glazer, Google
Opening words by session chair


10:45 AM
Jurgi Camblong, Sophia Genetics
Towards Data Driven Medicine:
Europe Shows the Way


11:00 AM
Devin Locke,
Seven Bridges Genomics

Discovery in Millions of Genomes

11:15 AM
Panel

Consumer Genomics

11:30 AM
Justin Kao, Helix
Helix: A New Approach to Consumer Genomics  

11:45 AM
Break


12:00 PM
Lunch, Exhibition & Networking


Expediting Genomics into the Clinic

1:00 PM
Lincoln Nadauld, Intermountain Healthcare
Opening words by session chair

1:15 PM
Sherri MillisAshion Analytics
Go Big or Go Home

1:30 PM
James Ford, Stanford

Implementing a Clinical Cancer Genomics Program

1:45 PM
Panel

Producing Clinical Actionable Reports

2:00 PM
Sean Sigmon, Oracle
Scaling & Enhancing PM Reporting

2:15 PM
Don Rule, Translational Software
Big Data to Actionable Reports
 

2:30 PM
Shaun Opie, Vantari Genetics
Bootstrapping Clinically Actionable Reports


2:45 PM
Panel
 

3:00 PM
Break, Exhibition & Networking

Early Cancer Detection: A new Hope

3:30PM
Raghu Kalluri,
MD Anderson

Utility Of Exosomes in the Detection of Cancer

4:00PM
Closing

 

 

 

 

TRACK 3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 

Genomics Offered As-a-Service

9:45 AM
Taylor Sittler, Color Genomics
Responsible Genetic Testing at Color Genomics

10:00 AM
Break, Exhibition & Networking

Precision Medicine in the Clinical Workflow

10:30 AM
Assaf Halevy, Allscripts

Precision Medicine in the Clinical Workflow

10:45 AM
Mark Harris
NextGxDx
Efficiency and Transparency in Genetic Diagnostics

Innovation Advances in NIPT

11:00 AM
Gautam Kollu, Illumina

Innovative Advances in Non-Invasive Prenatal Testing


11:15 AM
Mathias Ehrich, Sequenom

Expanding NIPT to the Whole Genome

11:30 AM
Lee Shulman, Northwestern University
CCFNA: Improving Prenatal Screening & Beyond

11:45 AM
Panel

12:00 PM
Lunch, Exhibition & Networking


Carrier and Hereditary Disease Testing

1:00 PM
Tero-Pekka Alastalo, Blueprint Genetics Inc.
OS-Seq Boosting Genetic Diagnostics

1:15 PM
Ramji Srinivasan, Counsyl

 

1:30 PM
Emily Rapp Black, Patient


1:45 PM
Ruth Bunker Lathi, Stanford




2:00 PM
Panel

2:15 PM
Alexander Bisignano, Recombine
Powering Research Through the Clinic

Obesity & Diabetes

2:30 PM
Robert Lustig, UCSF

Genes & Environment in Metabolic Disease

2:45 PM
Ruth March, Astra Zeneca
Personalised Healthcare in Metabolic Disease

3:00 PM
Break, Exhibition & Networking

3:30 PM
Closing

TRACK 4

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