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“The caliber of talks was unrelenting…nothing short of stellar!”

 AGBT Precision Health Attendee

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Register today and secure your spot for AGBT Precision Health 2022. AGBT meetings are all-inclusive. Our full registration package includes: Hotel Room, All scientific sessions, poster presentations, exhibit area, and social events and Meals

Connect with Changemakers

Network and collaborate with the best and brightest in genomics and precision medicine. Listen to world-renowned experts in the industry as they discuss the past, present, and future of precision health.

AGBT announces Precision Health 2022

We are in an exciting new era of precision medicine. As scientific discoveries continue to be made, AGBT is bringing together the changemakers and innovators to shed light on the newest applications of precision medicine. Our 7th annual event will focus on the technologies, implementation, and major research breakthroughs in genomics that are revolutionizing the healthcare industry.

Our commitment

Collaboration is key for breakthroughs to be made. This is why we are bringing together a diverse group of professionals at Precision Health 2022. From leaders of genomic institutes to researchers at international biobank initiatives, this event is dedicated to the movers and shakers in precision medicine. AGBT is committed to building on the research of the past and making provocative discoveries to implement in the future.


Euan Ashley

Director at Stanford University
Born in Scotland, Ashley graduated with 1st class Honors in Physiology and Medicine from the University of Glasgow. He completed medical residency and a PhD at the University of Oxford before moving to Stanford University where he trained in cardiology and advanced heart failure, joining the faculty in 2006. His group is focused on the [...]
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Gretchen Bandoli

Assistant Professor at UC San Diego
I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Pediatrics at UC San Diego. My research interests include pregnancy and early childhood determinants of health. I also am interested in the expansion of methodology to characterize complex exposures across gestation, including substances (alcohol, marijuana) and medications. I am a co-investigator of the Study of Mothers and [...]

Allyson Berent

Co-Founder at FAST
Allyson Berent is a veterinary internal medicine specialist who serves as the Director of Interventional Endoscopy Services at the largest animal hospital in the world, The Animal Medical Center, in New York City. After graduating from Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine she completed an internship at the University of Minnesota and a residency in [...]
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Diana W. Bianchi

Director at National Institute of Child Health and Human Development
Diana W. Bianchi is the Director of the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) and a Senior Investigator in the Center for Precision Health Research at the National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI). She received her M.D. from Stanford and her postgraduate training in Pediatrics, Medical Genetics and Neonatal-Perinatal [...]
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Phil Febbo

Chief Medical Officer at Illumina
Phil Febbo, MD, was appointed as Chief Medical Officer in March 2018. In this role, he is responsible for developing and executing the Company’s medical strategy to drive genomic testing into healthcare practice. Febbo has a successful track record of translational research, clinical excellence, and for embedding molecular insights into clinical care.  Read More

Kelly Frazer

Director at UC San Diego
Dr. Frazer is an internationally renowned leader in the field of genome biology. She is the director of UC San Diego Institute for Genomic Medicine and is a professor and founding chief of the Division of Genome Information Sciences in the Department of Pediatrics at UC San Diego. Over the past seven years, Dr. Frazer's [...]

Niall J LennonBroad Institute of MIT and Harvard

Senior Director at Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard
Niall J Lennon, Ph.D. is the Senior Director of Translational Genomics at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard, where he is also an Institute Scientist. He is also the Chief Scientific Officer and Chair of the Board of Managers of CRSP LLC, Broad’s clinical testing laboratory. Dr. Lennon is also an Associate Director of the [...]

Daniel MacArthur

Director at Garvan Institute of Medical Research
Dr Daniel MacArthur is the Director of the Centre for Population Genomics, based jointly at the Garvan Institute of Medical Research, Sydney and the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute in Melbourne. Read More

Karen Miga

Assistant Professor at UC Santa Cruz
Karen Miga, assistant professor of biomolecular engineering at UC Santa Cruz, was named one of the 100 most influential people of 2022 by TIME. The honor was announced on May 23. Miga and her colleagues, Adam Phillippy, Evan Eichler, and Michael Schatz, led an international team of scientists — the Telomere-to-Telomere (T2T) Consortium — to complete [...]
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Stephen B. Montgomery

Assistant Professor at Stanford University
Stephen B. Montgomery is an Associate Professor of Pathology, Genetics and, by courtesy, Computer Science at Stanford University. His laboratory focuses on both functional genomics and bioinformatics approaches to understanding the molecular origins of rare and common genetic diseases. Montgomery has been an active member of multiple large-scale consortia including GREGoR, GTEx and MoTrPAC. His [...]

Nicola Mulder

Professor Mulder at the University of Cape Town
Professor Mulder heads the Computational Biology Division at the University of Cape Town (UCT), and is a full member of the Institute of Infectious Disease and Molecular Medicine. She leads H3ABioNet, a large Pan African Bioinformatics Network of 28 institutions in 17 countries, which aims to develop bioinformatics capacity to enable genomic data analysis on [...]

Augusto Rendon

Chief Bioinformatician at Genomics England
Dr. Augusto Rendon leads our 70+ bioinformaticians and data scientists at Genomics England. He has a decade of experience growing and leading bioinformatics teams and overseeing the delivery of bioinformatics and genome analysis for population-scale whole genome sequencing initiatives (specifically, the NIHR Bioresource for Rare Diseases, Genomics England's 100,000 genomes project, and the whole genome component [...]

Kaitlin Samocha

Assistant Professor at Massachusetts General Hospital
Dr. Kaitlin Samocha is an Assistant Professor at Massachusetts General Hospital and an Associated Scientist at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard. She is on the steering committee for the Genome Aggregation Database (gnomAD), one of the world’s largest publicly available collections of human genetic variation data. The focus of her research career has [...]

Stephan Sanders

Associate Professor at UCSF
Dr. Stephan Sanders trained as a pediatric physician in the UK before undertaking a PhD and postdoctoral research position at Yale. He is now an Associate Professor at UCSF in the Department of Psychiatry. His research focuses on using genomics and bioinformatics to understand the etiology of developmental disorders, such as Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). [...]
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Hamish S. Scott

SA leader of University of South Australia
Hamish S. Scott, BSc (Hons), PhD, FFSc (RCPA), FAHMS, has transformed his department from being largely diagnostic (40 people) to being a dynamic academic/diagnostic department integrated with basic and clinical research. His department has 35 full-time research personnel and is active in student (science and medical) placements, training (PhDs, registrars, overseas post-docs) and clinical trials. [...]

Richard Scott

Chief Medical Officer at Genomics England
Dr. Richard Scott is Chief Medical Officer at Genomics England. He joined the organization in 2015. He is also a Consultant and Honorary Associate Professor in Clinical Genetics at Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children and the UCL Institute of Child Health where his practice focuses on diagnosing children with rare multisystem disorders. Richard trained [...]

Sharon F. Terry

President and CEO of Genetic Alliance
Sharon F. Terry is President and CEO of Genetic Alliance, an enterprise engaging individuals, families and communities to transform health.  Genetic Alliance works to provide programs, products, and tools for ordinary people to take charge of their health and to further biomedical research. Read More

Eric Venner

Director of Clinical Informatics at Baylor College of Medicine Eric Venner is a computational biologist with expertise leading teams of genomic scientists, bioinformaticians and software engineers spanning projects that encompass NGS data analysis, high-throughput genomic variant interpretation, clinical reporting and protein function prediction. He is the Director of Clinical Informatics for the Human Genome Sequencing [...]

Ronald Wapner

Professor at Columbia University Irving Medical Center
Ronald Wapner, MD is a Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology for Columbia University Irving Medical Center and the Director of Reproductive Genetics. Dr. Wapner is an internationally known physician and researcher specializing in reproductive genetics. He pioneered the development of chorionic villus sampling (CVS) and multi-fetal reduction. He has authored or co-authored over 400 publications [...]

Keith Yamamoto

Vice Chancellor at UCSF
As UCSF’s first vice chancellor for Science Policy and Strategy, Keith Yamamoto leads efforts to anticipate the needs of an increasingly dynamic biomedical research endeavor, and to position UCSF optimally, by working within the University as well as influencing and shaping science policy at the state and national levels and beyond. Read More

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I’m really excited by this particular meeting because it does bring together different people with different ideas. It’s well organized, and we can all get together and have a true discussion among us.

Kathryn Phillips, Professor of Health Economics and Health Services, University of California, San Francisco

I’m going to be at AGBT Precision Health; I hope to see you there! 4:30 I’m definitely going to AGBT Precision Health—wouldn’t miss it for the world.

Stephen Kingsmore, President and CEO of Rady Children’s Institute for Genomic Medicine

Very distinguished serIes of speakers from diverse clinical fields and perspectives with common genomic thread. Best collection of talks I’ve seen at a conference lately.

AGBT Precision Health Attendee

This was the best conference I have ever attended. The talks were stellar and I really enjoyed the small size relative to the larger meetings I typically attend…it was more personalized and meaningful.

 AGBT Precision Health Attendee

The caliber of talks was unrelenting…nothing short of stellar!

AGBT Precision Health Attendee

I enjoyed learning how the rest of the field is thinking about genomic testing (i.e. combining WGS and RNAseq) The scientific content was excellent and I made a lot of new connections. 

AGBT Precision Health Attendee