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PMWC 2022 Silicon Valley

June 28 @ 8:00 am - June 30 @ 5:00 pm

Join the 21st Precision Medicine World Conference (PMWC) 2022 Silicon Valley Conference on June 28-30, 2022, located at the Santa Clara Convention Center, ~5 miles from San Jose International Airport.

Co-hosted by Stanford Health Care, UCSF, Duke Health, Duke University, UPMC, and the University of Michigan – will welcome 2,500+ multidisciplinary attendees from around the world and include:

3-Day Program

7 Simultaneous Tracks

400+ Speakers

85 Sessions

Awards Reception

Company Showcases

Exhibition Floor

10% off for CLS members, the rate goes up every Thursday. https://pmwcintl.com/registration/?pmwc-coupon=cls-2022sv

Note: Only valid for members not already registered to the conference

The themes of the program: Transforming Every Patient Outcome

TRACK 1 Day 1, SARS_CoV-2 Outbreak Surveillance / COVID-19 Dx Vx & Tx
TRACK 1 Day 2, Recent Advances in Cell-based Therapy / Immunotherapy
TRACK 1 Day 3, Translating CGT to the Clinic / Cell and Gene Therapies
TRACK 2 Day 1, Data Sciences Drives Healthcare
TRACK 2 Day 2, Drug Discovery Data Sciences + Clinical Trial Design
TRACK 2 Day 3, AI in Medical Imaging
TRACK 3 Day 1, Early Oncology Applications
TRACK 3 Day 2, Women’s Health
TRACK 3 Day 3, Pharmacogenomics
TRACK 4 Day 1, Emerging Technologies, and Disease Applications
TRACK 4 Day 2, Sequencing in the Neonatal and Pediatric Intensive Care Unit and Genetic Testing Applications
TRACK 4 Day 3, Real World Evidence (RWE)
TRACK 5 Day 1, Chronic Disease + Precision Medicine Innovation
TRACK 5 Day 2, Liquid Biopsy-based Testing Paradigms
TRACK 5 Day 3, Microbiome

TRACK 6-7: Showcases – Company Presentations focused on the same themes as Tracks 1-5.


This year’s honorees:
1. Albert Bourla, Pfizer (Led COVID-19 vaccine dev. In record time);
2. Stephen Hoge, Moderna (Oversaw R&D of 1st antiviral synthetic mRNA vaccines + COVID-19 vaccine);
3. Stephen Kingsmore, Rady Children’s Institute (Leader in rapid neonatal molecular diagnosis)

  1. Jennifer Pack, UCSF (Developed newborn screening test for severe combined immunodeficiency)



Attend the leading Precision Medicine Conference to learn first-hand about recent research, technological, and clinical advancements, as well as cutting-edge new clinical applications and strategies that drive precision medicine and improve patient diagnosis, treatment, and outcomes. The post-COVID medical world is changing for the better. With PMWC’s 12-year mission of collaboration in mind, I hope this in-person meeting with key opinion leaders and decision-makers will stimulate you and motivate you to share your perspective and help shape the future of precision medicine and its impact on health care.




June 28 @ 8:00 am
June 30 @ 5:00 pm
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