This is the first joint meeting of the Pharmacogenomics Research Network (PGRN) and the American Society of Human Genetics (ASHG). We were thrilled with the great turn out. The Symposium brought together scientists from different areas of human genetics and pharmacogenomics! Special thanks to our speakers, poster participants and twitters followers. We also thank you for your participation in the Q&As and for sharing your ideas and expertise through out the symposium. We found all the presentations engaging and enlightening, but would like to particularly thank the panelists for a stimulating discussion on the issues relevant to implementation of pharmacogenomic testing. We also thank the organizers and speakers of the final session focused on the evolution of pharmacogenes. To our knowledge this was a first session of its kind and represents a great example of potential interactions between scientists in pharmacogenomics and those in population genetics. Your feedback and comments on all our sessions are our top priorities. Finally, we promise you that the videos of recorded talks will be posted here soon!
The PGRN-Hub Team
The Hub team