Bridging the Gap Between Prevention and Genetics

April 14, 2016
8:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Eric P. Newman Edu Ctr., Rm. B, Medical Campus

The Siteman Cancer Center Prevention & Control Research Program and the Institute for Public Health will be holding a symposium on “Bridging the Gap between Prevention & Genetics.”

Registration and lunch are free to all attendees. Free parking will be available to Danforth and St. Louis University attendees in the Metro Garage at Taylor Avenue and Childrens Place (see map).

Due to space limitations, registration is required.

Preliminary Agenda

8:30 am: Continental Breakfast and conversation

9:00 am: Opening remarks

9:05 am: First Keynote Lecture: David F. Ransohoff, MD, Professor, Medicine, Clinical Professor, Epidemiology, University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill

10:00 am: Second Keynote Lecture: Leslie G. Biesecker, MD, Chief & Senior Investigator, Medical Genomics & Metabolic Genetics Branch, Head, Clinical Genomics Section National Human Genome Research Institute

10:35 am: Break

11:00 am: Panel Discussion

11:45 pm: Break; Lunch served

12:00 pm: Break-out sessions with lunch

1:30 pm: Symposium adjourned

Contact Jaclyn McGuire with any questions at or (314) 454-8439.

PCP Spring Symposium Flyer

Event Sponsors: Siteman Cancer Center and the Institute for Public Health

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