Established
2009

Attendees
13,000

Speakers
2,000

Companies
2,500

Conference Co-Hosts

University of Michigan

The Precision Medicine World Conference (PMWC), held annually in Silicon Valley, is coming back to North Carolina for its 2nd Conference back at Duke University on September 24-25, 2018.

PMWC 2018 Duke, the 15th installment of the conference, will spotlight the explosion of biomedical technologies, driving initiatives that enable the translation of precision medicine into direct improvements in health care.

Agenda highlights:

    • Two tracks will showcase sessions on the latest advancements in precision medicine which include, but are not limited to:

Data science to advance precision medicine, The emergence of single-cell genomics, The importance of patient engagement, The impact of technology on genomics and medical practice, Liquid biopsy, Metabolomics in precision medicine, The microbiome, Mobile health’s role in changing healthcare, Monitoring infectious disease, Updates on data and regulatory policies, An update on the Personalized Medicine Initiative & various Showcases (see from 2018 SV)

  • Luminary and Pioneer Awards, honoring individuals who contributed, and continue to contribute, to the field of Precision Medicine
  • 500+ multidisciplinary attendees, from across the entire spectrum of healthcare, representing different types of companies, technologies, and medical centers with leadership roles in precision medicine

Event Highlights

When
Sept. 24 8:00am to Sept. 25 5:00pm
Where
Penn Pavilion
Duke University
Durham, NC 27708
Cost
$400 by March 29th, 2018

“PMWC has proven, time and time again, that it attracts thought-leaders from all the relevant fields and catalyzes crucial collaboration through inspiring and practical program content. This is the Conference for entrepreneurs to meet payors, and for researchers to connect with service providers and for clinicians to hear from leading providers.”

Lee Hood, PhD, MD

President, Institute for Systems Biology

“PMWC provides a valuable insight for physicians and others who may be wondering how close we are getting to realizing the arrival of personalized medicine. The conferences are helpful in understanding where and how the envelope is being pushed.”

Peter Paul Yu, MD, FACP, FASCO

Immediate Past President, ASCO