Laboratory Medicine Grand Rounds Sign-In and Evaluation Form (Live Activity)
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UW Laboratory Medicine Grand Rounds Series
Wednesdays at 3:30 PM, Health Sciences Building, room D209 or online via Zoom.com.
"The Brotman Baty Institute for Precision Medicine and You"
Date of activity: 15May2019

Brian Shirts, MD, PhD; Heather C. Mefford, MD, PhD; Kelly D. Smith, MD PhD; Lea Starita, PhD; Tina Lockwood, PhD, DABCC, DABMGG; Colin Pritchard, MD, PhD


Objectives:
1. Describe the purpose of the BBI and associate platforms
2. Select the BBI resources that best align with their research and clinical interests
3. Propose how you can tap into BBI resources to advance precision diagnostics

Speaker disclosures: All speakers have no relevant conflicts of interest to disclose.


2018-2019 Laboratory Medicine Grand Rounds Planning Committee Disclosures:

The following members have no financial or other relationship with any commercial interest in the past twelve months: Sindhu Cherian, MD; Ashley Eckel, MD, PhD; Rhona Jack, PhD; Nik Krumm, MD, PhD; Amalia Magaret, PhD; Joe Rutledge, MD; Dan Sabath, MD, PhD, Brian Shirts, MD, PhD and Mark Wener, MD, PhD.

Planning member disclosures, continued: Noah Hoffman, MD, PhD discloses a consulting, speaking and teaching relationship and an advisory committee or review council relationship with Bio-Rad; Sean Murphy, MD, PhD discloses being a major stock shareholder in Sound Vaccines Inc. and grant/research support from Novartis Inc.

Grant Acknowledgement: None

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