Department Seminar Series


University of Florida College of Pharmacy

Department of Pharmacotherapy and Translational Research


“Role of a Pharmacogenomic Resident in the Clinical Implementation of Pharmacogenomics”

Presented by:

Aniwaa Owusu Obeng, Pharm.D.

PGY-2 Pharmacogenomics Resident

Department of Pharmacotherapy and Translational Research

College of Pharmacy, University of Florida

Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Room C1-004 –  Communicore Building

2:00pm – 3:00pm

(No seminar on May 7th, 2013)


Learning Objectives:

  1. Define personalized medicine.

  2. Discuss potential challenges associated with clinical implementation of pharmacogenomics.

  3. Discuss the multiple roles that pharmacists can assume in the clinical implementation of pharmacogenomics.

  4. Identify medication therapies in our institution that are currently being guided by genotype.

Target Audience: Pharmacists

Requirements to attain CE Credit are to attend the entire program and complete an evaluation form.

ACPE#:  0012-0000-13-224-L04-P – 1 hour of live CE credit offered to attendees


All faculty, staff and students are welcome

For those who cannot attend, you will be able to watch an archived video of the seminar on

College of Pharmacy’s website ->Training->Seminars-> Videos Spring 2013