One of the core PPMH missions is to provide education to a broad range of stakeholders regarding the fundamentals of precision medicine and the impact it will have in patient care.
Resources for undergraduate students:
This summer 2021 virtual class will introduce undergraduate students to the field of genomics: foundational science principles, applications in public health and medicine, and careers in genomics-related fields.
This summer 2020 program connected undergraduate students with professionals working in the fields of clinical care, basic science research, informatics, and ELSI (ethical, legal, and social issues).
These online training modules introduce learners to the field of data science and were created in partnership with the Carolina Health Informatics Program (CHIP).
Resources for researchers:
This virtual workshop will introduce UNC researchers and clinicians to techniques for working with patient and clinical data.
This website introduces researchers to the Carolina Data Warehouse for Health and how to access this data for research.
Recordings of PPMH Events:
Precision Health @UNC Mini-Symposium and Forum, held August 12, 2020
Precision Health @UNC: Health Disparities and Precision Medicine Mini-Symposium and Forum, held December 9, 2020