Pharmacogenomics is the study of how a person’s genes affect how they respond to medications. The field’s goal is to help doctors select the drugs and doses best suited for each person’s unique needs. Pharmacogenomics is interwoven with the field of precision medicine, which aims to treat each patient individually.
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Pharmacogenomics is a sub-specialty of healthcare used in several ways. From drug development to cancer therapy to food digestion, pharmacogenomics impacts any field involving human life.
For the Pharmacogenomics and Personalized Healthcare Graduate Certificate, a grade-point average (GPA) of at least 3.00 or foreign equivalent is recommended.
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The Pharmacogenomics and Personalized Healthcare Graduate Certificate is typically completed in 3 semesters or 1 year based on taking 2 courses per semester, which is the average pace.
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