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Making All of Us work for all of us: Challenges and hopes for diversity in precision medicine

When: October 09, 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Where: 2 North Grove Street, Boston, MA
Ages allowed: All Ages
Cost: Free

Join the All of Us Research Program at HubWeek for a panel discussion on Making All of Us work for all of us: Challenges and hopes for diversity in precision medicine.

Community Discussion Panelists:

  • Scott Weiss, MD, MS: Director of Partners HealthCare Personalized Medicine; All of Us New England Principal Investigator
  • Jonathan Jackson, PhD: Director of the MGH Community Access, Recruitment and Engagement (CARE) Research Center; All of Us New England Engagement Co-Investigator
  • Jose Iraheta: Chelsea Thrives Community Engagement Manager for The Neighborhood Developers
  • Susan Edgman-Levitan, PA (Moderator): Executive Director of the MGH John D. Stoeckle Center for Primary Care Innovation; All of Us New England Engagement Co-Lead

Event registration is free and space is limited. RSVP today by emailing allofus@partners.org or registering at the link below.