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CVP Core Faculty Hilary Seligman was featured in a New York Times article, Food Banks Take on a Contributor to Diabetes: Themselves, which highlights her work with food banks to address type 2 diabetes. Read more »
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Precision Public Health Summit – June 2016
You can link to the full report from the Summit here, Precision Public Health Summit Report June 6-7, 2016.
UC San Francisco hosted a Precision Public Health Summit, a partnership with the White House and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, to discuss how precision medicine approaches can be successfully applied in the public health arena to improve population health and equity.
The video above provides a short summary of the summit's highlights.
The videos below show highlights from the Precision Public Health Summit held June 6-7, 2016.