Precision Medicine

Precision medicine is the personalized tailoring of health care to individual patients. These characteristics can include environmental and social factors, personal health history, family history, genetics, and more.

The overall goals of the Precision Medicine Program are to support clinicians, researchers, patients, and their families for patient-centric, multidisciplinary effective care. The precision medicine program in the CCTS serves as one of the University of Utah's centers for personalized health care-related initiatives and also coordinators clinical care and research efforts from outside programs. Many of the services and support provided through the precision medicine core contribute to the development of clinical and research tools and practices that benefit Utah citizens and foster collaborative partnerships with other health care-related organizations nationwide.

Citing CCTS

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Directors

Matthew T. Rondina, MD, MS, FAHA
Associate Professor of Medicine
University of Utah Molecular Medicine Program


Willard H. Dere, MD, FACP
Professor of Medicine
Department of Internal Medicine, Endocrinology & Metabolism

Contact Us

Emily Coonrod, PhD
Manager, Program in Personalized Health
Vice President of Health Sciences Research Unit
University of Utah School of Medicine
2160 EIHG


Phone: (801) 585-2268
Email: emily.coonrod@hsc.utah.edu