The Center for Precision Medicine consists of three major components: A research emphasis focused on Omics Technologies (genomics, proteomics, metabolomics, bioinformatics, and others), a second applied research emphasis focused on Biology & Intervention that will help translate Omics findings into clinically usable diagnostic and treatment decisions, and an Education focus that will advance the understanding of the concepts and opportunities of Precision Medicine for researchers and clinicians.
The work at the Center for Precision Medicine will help connect Basic Science with Clinical Practice across the entire Wake Forest School of Medicine and its affiliated institutions.
Dr. David Herrington, Professor of Cardiology, Wake Forest Baptist Health
Dr. Stephen Kritchevsky, Professor, Director, Sticht Center on Aging, Wake Forest Baptist Health
Dr. Donald McClain, Professor, Department of Internal Medicine, Director, Wake Forest Baptist Health Translational Sciences Institute
Dr. Lynn Wagenknecht, Professor and Interim Director, Division of Public Health Sciences, Wake Forest School of Medicine
Dr. Wei Zhang, Professor of Cancer Biology, Wake Forest Baptist Health Comprehensive Cancer Center Director of Cancer Genomics and Precision Oncology.
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