【TMU Symposium】2017 International Conference on Precision Medicine

Source: College of Pharmacy

Published on 2018-07-06

TMU’s College of Pharmacy recently held an International Symposium on Precision Medicine. Experts and scholars from the United States, Japan, Singapore, Academia Sinica, National Taiwan University, National Cheng Kung University and China Medical University were among those discussing pharmacogenomics, new drug development, immunology, clinical diagnostics and bioinformatics applications in medical care. The event attracted nearly 300 teachers, students, clinical personnel and industry representatives.

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