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The Exploration Place

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Prince George, BC

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Genomics may hold the key to preventing adverse drug reactions, through a field of study also known as pharmacogenomics.

Learn about pharmacogenomics from three different perspectives: Colin Ross (Professor, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences at UBC), Derek Desrosier (Director, Pharmacy Practice Support at the BC Pharmacy Association) and Amani Saini (President and Founder, Adverse Drug Reaction Canada.)

This event is free and open to the public and will offer a question and answer period after the talks.

Genome BC is proud to organize science forums at no cost but we depend on your attendance. Please be sure you can attend before registering or contact us at info@genomebc.ca or 1-604. 675.1021 should you need to cancel.

Please note: doors for this event will open at 5:30pm and the talk will start at 6:00PM sharp.



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