September 23, 2020 - 8:45am to 3:00pm
Virtual Zoom Event
428 Church St
Ann Arbor, MI 48109

All are welcome to attend the free, full-day virtual event celebrating and exploring the latest research in the fast-moving, multidisciplinary field of precision health. 


This year's symposium focuses on the important role of community participants in research and the positive impact research can have on communities.

Keynote Speakers:

Nancy Cox, PhD
Mary Phillips Edmonds Gray Professor of Genetics
Director of the Vanderbilt Genetics Institute
Director of the Division of Genetic Medicine
Vanderbilt University

Bray Patrick-Lake, MFS
Director of Strategic Partnerships
Evidation Health, Inc.

Elizabeth Gross Cohn, RN, PhD
Rudin Professor
Associate Provost for Research
Hunter College, City University of New York
Senior Scientist, Columbia University

The morning session is geared toward researchers, with speakers sharing best practices and the importance of engaging a community. The afternoon session, focusing on the impact of research on community, will be appropriate for both research participants and researchers. A virtual poster session at midday will feature work by funded Precision Health investigators and other invited research groups.

View the agenda.