Genetics, History and Health
This free educational series is focused on relating your genes to your health. Learn how genetics plays a major role in your health in a specific area of genetic medicine each month.
2020 Sanford Imagenetics Genomic Medicine Symposium Highlights
Did you miss the 9th Annual Sanford Imagenetics Genetic Medicine Symposium? If so, you can enter your email to get access to our symposium presentations now. Each video features a national leader in the field covering the latest in genetic medicine, including clinical genomics, a national pharmacogenetics program for veterans and population results on preemptive genetic testing.
- Leslie Biesecker, MD, clinical and molecular geneticist and chief of the Medical Genomics and Metabolic Genetics Branch at the National Human Genome Research Institute
- Catherine Hajek, MD, physician chair and medical director of Sanford Imagenetics; assistant professor of medicine at University of South Dakota Sanford School of Medicine
- Deepak Voora, MD, associate professor of medicine at Duke University School of Medicine; member of the Center for Applied Genomics & Precisions Medicine; staff cardiologist at Durham Veterans Affairs Medical Center
Rachel Starks, M.D., is first molecular pathologist to join Sanford Health
Hereditary condition called Lynch syndrome led to colon cancer