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Genomics Translation

Inaugural Meeting of the
Genomic Applications in Practice and Prevention Network (GAPPNet™):
A National Collaboration for Realizing the Promise of Genomics
in Health Care and Disease Prevention

 

October 2930, 2009 ~ Ann Arbor, Michigan

 


AGENDA
Thursday, October 29, 2009
7:15 a.m.–7:00 p.m.

 

7:15-8:15

Breakfast and Registration
Great Lakes North Central

8:15-8:25

Welcome and Introductions[PDF 294 KB]
Great Lakes North Central

8:25-9:00

The GAPPNet™ Vision:  A Framework for Realizing the Promise of Genomics in Healthcare and Disease Prevention:  The Genomic Applications in Practice and Prevention Network (GAPPNet™)

Introduction: Robert Croyle PhD, Director, Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences, NCI

Presentation [PDF 1.27 MB]: Muin J. Khoury, MD, PhD, Office of Public Health Genomics, CDC

9:00-10:15

Identifying Facilitators and Barriers for Translating Genomic Applications into Practice—Selected Stakeholder Perspectives
Great Lakes North Central

Moderator: Karen Edwards, PhD, University of Washington

 9:00-9:10 IOM Roundtable on Genomics Translation [PDF 120 KB]
Sharon Kardia, PhD, University of Michigan
9:10-9:20 Primary Care [PDF 480 KB]
Dennis Salisbury, MD, AAFP
9:20-9:30  Industry
Jeff Gulcher, MD, PhD, DeCODE
9:30-9:40 Payers [PDF 565 KB]
Naomi Aronson, PhD, Blue Cross Blue Shield Association
9:40-9:50 Public Health [PDF 231.59 KB]
Sylvia Au, MS, CGC, Hawaii Department of Health
9:50-10:10 General Discussion
10:10-10:30 Break
10:30-12:00

How Evolving Knowledge on Candidate Genomic Applications is being Synthesized and Disseminated
Great Lakes North Central

Moderator:  Muin Khoury, MD, PhD

10:30-10:45

A Model Approach for Horizon Scanning and Assessment of Candidate Genomic Applications in Practice and Prevention: The GAPPNet™ Knowledge Base
Marta Gwinn, MD, MPH, CDC

10:45-11:00

Synthesis of Evidence on Genomic Applications in Practice
Gurvaneet Randhawa, MD, AHRQ

11:00-11:15

Disseminating Information on Genetic Tests
Bonnie Pagon, MD, University of Washington

11:15-11:30

Using Evidence Reviews to Drive Practice Recommendations;
The EGAPP™ Initiative [PDF 305 KB]

Joan Scott, MS, CGC, Genetics and Public Policy Center

11:30-11:45

Decision Support Tools for Practice [PDF 1.55 MB]
Greg Downing, DO, HHS

11:45-12:15 Discussion of a Model GAPPNet™ Knowledge Base for Synthesis and Dissemination of Information on Genomic Applications in Practice
12:15-1:15

Lunch and posters describing current GAPPNet™ projects and programs
Note: Poster presenters will be available from 12:45 p.m.–1:15 p.m. to discuss their posters and answer questions.
Great Lakes North Central/Atrium 4

1:15-3:00

Genomics Translation Research and Programs: Family history, Genetic Tests, and Pharmacogenomics
Great Lakes North Central

Moderator:  Greg Feero, MD, PhD, National Human Genome Research Institute, NIH

1:15-1:25

Lessons from the NIH State-of-the-Science Conference [PDF 514 KB]
Greg Feero, MD, PhD, National Human Genome Research Institute, NIH

1:25-1:35

Family History Education to Improve Genetic Risk Assessment
for Cancer [PDF 1.02 MB]

Maren Scheuner, MD, MPH, FACMG, VA Greater Los Angeles Health Care System, HSR&D Center of Excellence for the Study of Healthcare Provider Behavior

1:35-1:45

Developing the Evidence-Base for Pharmacogenomics: TRANSPERS [PDF 699 KB]
Kathryn Phillips, PhD, UCSF

1:45-1:55

From Evidence Gaps to Evidence Generation: A Methodologic Framework for Comparative Effectiveness Research in Genomics [PDF 388 KB]
Sean Tunis, MD, MSc, CMTP

1:55-2:05

Promoting Cancer Genomics Best Practices Through Surveillance, Education, and Policy [PDF 214 KB]
Janice Bach, MS, Michigan Department of Community Health

2:05-2:15

Oregon Genomics Surveillance Program:  Translation of Genomics Applications into Health Practice [PDF 146 KB]
Nan Newell, PhD, Oregon Genetics Program, Public Health Division

2:15-2:25

Pharmacogenomics Education Program: Bridging the Gap between Science and Practice [PDF 1.69 MB]
Grace Kuo, PharmD, MPH, University of California, San Diego

2:25-2:35

Risk-Benefit Framework for Genetic Tests [PDF 529 KB]
David L. Veenstra, PharmD, PhD, University of Washington

2:35-3:00 Discussion:  How Can Individual Projects and Programs be Expanded and Networked to Promote Evidence-Based Applications of Genomic Research in Practice? 
3:00-3:30 Break
3:30-5:00

GAPPNet™ “Network of Stakeholders”: How Can Various Stakeholder Groups Work Together?
Great Lakes North Central                     

Moderator: Shelley Reyes, PhD, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

3:30-3:40

EGAPP™ Stakeholder Group
Marc Williams, MD, Intermountain Healthcare

3:40-3:50

Professional Health Education
Kate Reed, MPH, ScM, CGC, NCHPEG

3:50-4:00

APHA Genomics Forum [PDF 956 KB]
Jody Platt, MPH, University of Michigan

4:00-4:10

Personalized Medicine Coalition
Amy Miller, PhD

4:10-4:20

Genetic Alliance [PDF 156 KB]
Sharon Terry, MA

4:20-4:30

Department of Veterans Affairs [PDF 679 KB]
Ronald Przygodski, MD

4:30-5:00 Discussion
5:00

Summary of Day 1
Give Out Assignments for Day 2
Great Lakes North Central

Toby Citrin, JD

5:15

GAPPNet™ Launch
Outdoor Plaza

5:30-7:00

Poster Session and Reception
“Heavy” hors d’oeuvres and posters describing current GAPPNet™ projects and programs
Note: Poster presenters will be available from 5:45 p.m.–6:30 p.m. to discuss their posters and answer questions.
Atrium 4/Great Lakes South

 

Friday, October 30, 2009
7:15 a.m.–3:00 p.m.

 

7:15-8:15

Breakfast
Great Lakes North Central

8:15-8:45

Welcome and Opening of Second Day
Great Lakes North Central

Toby Citrin, JD, University of Michigan Center for Public Health and Community Genomics
Summary of first day and instructions for small group discussions

8:45-11:45

Small Group Discussions
Great Lakes North Central/Great Lakes South/Plaza Room/Boardroom 1/Boardroom 2/ Boardroom 4/Boardroom 5

Composition:  Each group will have a facilitator, note-taker, reporter and 15-16 preassigned participants.

Agenda:  Meeting participants will divide into seven facilitated break-out groups.  The outcome of these sessions will be the identification of (1) actions that each participant and his/her organization can take to advance the GAPPNet™ mission; (2) actions that the Network can take together to advance its mission; and (3) actions beyond the control of the Network that can be influenced by the Network to advance its mission.
11:45-1:30

Working Lunch
(box lunch picked up from Atrium 4 and brought back to break-out group discussion rooms)

1:30-2:45

Break-out Summaries Communication and Coordination Strategies
Great Lakes North Central

Moderator: Sharon Kardia, PhD, University of Michigan 

2:45-3:00

Wrap-up, Summary and Next Steps
Great Lakes North Central

Muin Khoury, MD, PhD

 

 


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