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Johns Hopkins inHealth Precision Medicine Symposium

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Precision Medicine and the transformation of healthcare: advancing health using novel measurement, analysis, and communication.


Convene with national thought leaders in individualized health to examine the opportunity of improving patient care by discovering patient subgroups with secure cloud based data science. Become inspired by the precision medicine initiative at Johns Hopkins and learn about applications beyond the academic medical center setting.


Explore an exhibit hall with over 20 core organizations that enable fundamental precision medicine functions including omics, biostatistics, and clinical research.


Interact with us on Twitter: #JHPrecisionMed19


Registration and breakfast begin at 7 a.m.



Symposium Speakers:


Introductions - 8 a.m.

Paul B. Rothman, MD

Dean of the Medical Faculty

CEO, Johns Hopkins Medicine

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Antony Rosen, MBChB, Vice Dean for Research

Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

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Defining Subgroups: Genetics + Genomics

Moderated By:

Victor Velculescu, MD, PhD, Professor of Cancer Biology

Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine


  • Data Science + Precision Medicine
    Anthony Philippakis, MD, PhD, Chief Data Officer
    Broad Institute
  • The Science of Cancer Therapeutic Development
    Kimberly Blackwell, MD, Vice President, Early Phase Clinical Development and Immuno-Oncology
    Eli Lilly and Company
  • Polygenic Risk Prediction in Cancer Prevention
    Nilanjan Chatterjee, PhD, Professor of Biostatistics + Oncology
    Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health



Defining Subgroups: Novel Measurements

Moderated By:

Scott Zeger, PhD, Professor of Biostatistics + Co-Director

Johns Hopkins inHealth


  • Precision Measurement of Physiological Function
    Peter Searson, PhD, Professor for the Whiting School of Engineering
    Johns Hopkins University
  • Precision Imaging
    Martin Pomper, MD, PhD, Professor of Radiology
    Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
  • Defining Clinically Relevant + Mechanistically Anchored Subgroups
    Ami Shah, MD, Associate Professor of Molecular Rheumatology
    Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine



Precision Medicine at Johns Hopkins

Moderated By:

Ken Pienta, MD, Director of Research for the Brady Urological Institute

Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine


  • Supporting the Precision Medicine Revolution Through Data Analytics
    Dwight Raum, Vice President + Chief Technology Officer
    Johns Hopkins Health System + Johns Hopkins University
    Sezin Palmer, Mission Area Executive for National Health
    Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
  • Phenotyping to Identify Subgroup-Specific Treatment Strategies
    Ellen Mowry, MD, Associate Professor of Neurology + Epidemiology
    Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
  • Improving Patient Care for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
    Nadia Hansel, MD, Professor of Pulmonary + Critical Care Medicine
    Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine



Precision Medicine at Johns Hopkins + Beyond

Moderated By:

Mary Cooke, DHA, VP of the Johns Hopkins US Family Health Plan + Strategic Military Alliances

Johns Hopkins HealthCare LLC


  • Where is the Wisdom in Medicine?
    Simon Kos, Chief Medical Officer, Worldwide Health
    Microsoft
  • The Public Heath Perspective on a Learning Healthcare System
    Ellen MacKenzie, PhD, Dean
    Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
  • Precision Medicine in the US Military: Opportunities + Challenges
    Lieutenant Colonel Clesson Turner, MD, Director of Cancer Genetics
    Walter Reed National Military Medical Center
    Major Jameson Voss, MD, Chief of Precision Medicine
    US Air Force Medical Service






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