We've put together a course "Introduction to Human Genomics for Clinical Informaticists" which I thought some of you might be interested in.
This is an academic course designed for clinical informaticists with little to no prior biology experience, and clinicians with little to no prior genetics education. We introduce the student to bioinformatics and clinical informatics as we unveil and examine the marvels of DNA and genomics through a series of clinical cases. We cover FHIR Genomics resources; cancer genetics; immunogenetics; genomics-EHR integration challenges; pharmacogenomics; Next Generation Sequencing / Variant Discovery; HL7 Genomics standards; CRISPR/Cas9; and much more...
- The course is comprised of 12 webinars, each approximately 2-hours long.
- Course webinars: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLquvK3Mu2s9Ohc8oGJZzT3N3ORtwsOPIz
- Course PPTs and related materials: http://gofile.me/6tQ85/TEQOQ8bgt
We'll likely present the course again this Fall - if you're interested in being notified you can sign up here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/introduction-to-human-genomics-for-clinical-informaticists-registration-36701861255.