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Leah Boyle: Why New Zealand breast cancer care pathways should consider ethnicity

Personalised medicine is a rapidly evolving field that promises to revolutionise the way we diagnose and treat diseases. But what does personalisation really mean, and what are the key opportunities and challenges it presents? The Centre for Personalised Medicine (CPM) Research showcase brings together researchers and stakeholders from a range of disciplines to explore the latest thinking on personalised medicine, in its broadest sense. We will examine how technological developments, stakeholder expectations, and inequities in access to resources are shaping the field. We will also consider the financial and environmental costs of personalised medicine, and how we can forge a more equitable and just conceptualization. Postgraduate students and early career researchers from any discipline were invited to share their projects (or reflections on the literature) regarding the promises and pitfalls of personalised medicine. These presentations were delivered as a PechaKucha. Recorded at St Anne’s College on Tuesday 16th November 2023.

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Research Showcase Panel – What I talk about when I talk about personalised medicine

Personalised medicine is a rapidly evolving field that promises to revolutionise the way we diagnose and treat diseases. But what does personalisation really mean, and what are the key opportunities and challenges it presents? The Centre for Personalised Medicine (CPM) Research showcase brings together researchers and stakeholders from a range of disciplines to explore the latest thinking on personalised medicine, in its broadest sense. We will examine how technological developments, stakeholder expectations, and inequities in access to resources are shaping the field. We will also consider the financial and environmental costs of personalised medicine, and how we can forge a more equitable and just conceptualization. Presentation by each panellist: ‘What I talk about when I talk about personalised medicine’ followed by discussion. Chair: Michael Parker, Professor of Bioethics and Director of Ethox, University of Oxford. Anneke Lucassen, Professor of Genomic Medicine and Director of the Centre for Personalised Medicine, University of Oxford. Julia Frost, Associate Professor Health Services Research, University of Exeter Medical School. Julian Knight, Professor of Genomic Medicine and Deputy Director of the Wellcome Trust Centre for Human Genetics, University of Oxford. Recorded at St Anne’s College on Tuesday 16th November 2023.

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Dr Kate Lyle: Patient journey animation

Personalised medicine is a rapidly evolving field that promises to revolutionise the way we diagnose and treat diseases. But what does personalisation really mean, and what are the key opportunities and challenges it presents? The Centre for Personalised Medicine (CPM) Research showcase brings together researchers and stakeholders from a range of disciplines to explore the latest thinking on personalised medicine, in its broadest sense. We will examine how technological developments, stakeholder expectations, and inequities in access to resources are shaping the field. We will also consider the financial and environmental costs of personalised medicine, and how we can forge a more equitable and just conceptualization. Recorded at St Anne’s College on Tuesday 16th November 2023.

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Dr Ali Kay: Acceptability and patient perspectives

Personalised medicine is a rapidly evolving field that promises to revolutionise the way we diagnose and treat diseases. But what does personalisation really mean, and what are the key opportunities and challenges it presents? The Centre for Personalised Medicine (CPM) Research showcase brings together researchers and stakeholders from a range of disciplines to explore the latest thinking on personalised medicine, in its broadest sense. We will examine how technological developments, stakeholder expectations, and inequities in access to resources are shaping the field. We will also consider the financial and environmental costs of personalised medicine, and how we can forge a more equitable and just conceptualization. Recorded at St Anne’s College on Tuesday 16th November 2023.

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Dr Padraig Dixon: Genomics and health insurance

Personalised medicine is a rapidly evolving field that promises to revolutionise the way we diagnose and treat diseases. But what does personalisation really mean, and what are the key opportunities and challenges it presents? The Centre for Personalised Medicine (CPM) Research showcase brings together researchers and stakeholders from a range of disciplines to explore the latest thinking on personalised medicine, in its broadest sense. We will examine how technological developments, stakeholder expectations, and inequities in access to resources are shaping the field. We will also consider the financial and environmental costs of personalised medicine, and how we can forge a more equitable and just conceptualization. Recorded at St Anne’s College on Tuesday 16th November 2023.

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Dr Susie Weller: Public views on personalised care

Personalised medicine is a rapidly evolving field that promises to revolutionise the way we diagnose and treat diseases. But what does personalisation really mean, and what are the key opportunities and challenges it presents? The Centre for Personalised Medicine (CPM) Research showcase brings together researchers and stakeholders from a range of disciplines to explore the latest thinking on personalised medicine, in its broadest sense. We will examine how technological developments, stakeholder expectations, and inequities in access to resources are shaping the field. We will also consider the financial and environmental costs of personalised medicine, and how we can forge a more equitable and just conceptualization. Recorded at St Anne’s College on Tuesday 16th November 2023.

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Femi Oluwole: Approaches to functional annotation of novel biomarkers to improve precision medicine

Personalised medicine is a rapidly evolving field that promises to revolutionise the way we diagnose and treat diseases. But what does personalisation really mean, and what are the key opportunities and challenges it presents? The Centre for Personalised Medicine (CPM) Research showcase brings together researchers and stakeholders from a range of disciplines to explore the latest thinking on personalised medicine, in its broadest sense. We will examine how technological developments, stakeholder expectations, and inequities in access to resources are shaping the field. We will also consider the financial and environmental costs of personalised medicine, and how we can forge a more equitable and just conceptualization. Postgraduate students and early career researchers from any discipline were invited to share their projects (or reflections on the literature) regarding the promises and pitfalls of personalised medicine. These presentations were delivered as a PechaKucha. Recorded at St Anne’s College on Tuesday 16th November 2023.

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Sally Sansom – Measuring the outcomes from genome sequencing for rare disease diagnosis: A health economist’s perspective

Personalised medicine is a rapidly evolving field that promises to revolutionise the way we diagnose and treat diseases. But what does personalisation really mean, and what are the key opportunities and challenges it presents? The Centre for Personalised Medicine (CPM) Research showcase brings together researchers and stakeholders from a range of disciplines to explore the latest thinking on personalised medicine, in its broadest sense. We will examine how technological developments, stakeholder expectations, and inequities in access to resources are shaping the field. We will also consider the financial and environmental costs of personalised medicine, and how we can forge a more equitable and just conceptualization. Postgraduate students and early career researchers from any discipline were invited to share their projects (or reflections on the literature) regarding the promises and pitfalls of personalised medicine. These presentations were delivered as a PechaKucha. Recorded at St Anne’s College on Tuesday 16th November 2023.

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Wesam Hassan: Beyond the brain model framework in gambling addiction – personalizing addiction care

Personalised medicine is a rapidly evolving field that promises to revolutionise the way we diagnose and treat diseases. But what does personalisation really mean, and what are the key opportunities and challenges it presents? The Centre for Personalised Medicine (CPM) Research showcase brings together researchers and stakeholders from a range of disciplines to explore the latest thinking on personalised medicine, in its broadest sense. We will examine how technological developments, stakeholder expectations, and inequities in access to resources are shaping the field. We will also consider the financial and environmental costs of personalised medicine, and how we can forge a more equitable and just conceptualization. Postgraduate students and early career researchers from any discipline were invited to share their projects (or reflections on the literature) regarding the promises and pitfalls of personalised medicine. These presentations were delivered as a PechaKucha. Recorded at St Anne’s College on Tuesday 16th November 2023.

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