Second National Conference on Genetics and Disease Prevention
Integrating Genetics into Public Health Policy, Research, and Practice
|Conference Summary Overview
||January 18, 2000
This on-line summary is intended to provide public health professionals with a timely synopsis of conference themes and highlights, which will aid in the using genetic information in disease prevention research and practice. Abstracts from the concurrent sessions will be published in the journal, Community Genetics, at: ©1999 S. Karger, AG Basel.
The summary includes notes and recollections from the keynote, plenary, luncheon, and closing sessions. Any findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed in this summary do not necessarily reflect the views of the conference sponsors or the individual speakers.
Click on a topic to view the conference summary page.
I. Scientific and Technological Advances
II. Societal Issues
III. Genetics and Public Health
IV. List of Speakers
The CDC Office of Genomics and Disease Prevention makes this information available as a public service only. Providing this information does not constitute endorsement by the CDC.