Roswell Park recently launched its Center for Personalized Medicine, a facility that will use genetic sequencing and detailed bioinformatic analysis to improve care for cancer patients, advance research and develop new therapies and diagnostic tools. RPCI Deputy Director Candace Johnson, PhD, and Center for Personalized Medicine Executive Director Carl Morrison, MD, DVM, explain how the Center will enable therapies and approaches tailored to an individual person's needs. Elisa Rodriguez, PhD, Director of Community Engagement Resource, discusses an outreach project that will see RPCI going into underserved communities across Western New York.
Personalized Medicine with Drs. C. Johnson, C. Morrison and E. Rodriguez
Sunday, February 24, 2013