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Pharmacogenomics Certificate Program Coming to Duke

Pharmacogenomics Certificate Program Coming to Duke
0 January 31, 2017

Following its successful launch at the University of Pittsburgh last fall, the National Association of Chain Drug Stores (NACDS) in partnership with the University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy will expand the Test2Learn Community-Based Pharmacogenomics Certificate Program to three new locations: Duke University (Durham, NC) (Apr 10-11), Chapman University’s School of Pharmacy (Irvine, CA)., and The Ohio State University (Columbus, OH). NACDS and the University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy adapted Test2Learn from an innovative University platform that enables students to learn by using real genetic data in highly-interactive exercises. The certificate program is comprised of online home study modules and in-person live components, including an optional activity for learners to undergo personal genomic testing. In addition to the in-person aspect of the program, pharmacist participants will also learn how to administer the training to others during the “train-the-trainer” component of the course. Please see the NACDS site for further information and to register.

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