OSU Medical School Adds Personalized Medicine Curriculum with P4 Program for New Doctors | GenomeWeb

This story has been corrected from a previous version to correctly identify the P4 program director, Kandamurugu Manickam.

By Molika Ashford

Twenty students from the Ohio State University College of Medicine's class of 2014 are spending the summer in a pilot program with an emphasis on genomics as well as lower-tech methods to individualize care.

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