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This one day conference was held on 2nd March 2015 at St Anne’s College, University of Oxford.

The conference explored the challenges of implementing genomic medicine into widespread clinical practice. There was a particular focus on the generation of economic evidence and the ethical issues that arise in the resource allocation decisions required to allow personalised medicine to be realised.
The day brought together health and non-health economists, health policy makers, ethicists, philosophers, and public health experts.


  • Prof Mike Parker, University of Oxford
  • Prof Frances Flinter, Guy’s & St Thomas NHS Foundation Trust
  • Prof Maarten IJzerman, University of Twente
  • Prof Kathryn Phillips, University of California
  • Prof Katherine Payne, University of Manchester
  • James Buchanan, University of Oxford
  • Prof Roger Crisp, University of Oxford
  • Dr Wolf Rogowski, Helmholtz Zentrum München
  • Dr Theron Pummer, University of Oxford
  • Dr Mark Kroese, Public Health Genomics Foundation


Abstracts related to themes outlined above were invited for both poster and platform presentation.


Registration has now closed.

Time and Date

2nd March 2015, 09:00 - 17:00


St. Anne’s College, 56 Woodstock Rd, Oxford OX2 6HS




Dr Ingrid Slade ( )(, Dr Sarah Wordsworth ( ) and Jilles Fermont ( )

Conference materials

Conference Programme
Biographies and Abstracts

You can follow conference proceedings during the day on Twitter via the hashtag #PMRAoxford