Genomics in Clinical PracticeSemester Course

DIS Copenhagen, Elective Course, Genomics in Clinical Practice
Major Discipline(s)
Biology, Biomedicine / Biotechnology, Pre-Medicine / Health Science
New Course Note
This course starts in Fall 2020.
Type
Elective Course
Available
Fall/Spring semester
Credit(s)
3

This course explores the genomic revolution’s impact on medical science, clinical diagnoses, and cutting-edge treatments, illustrating both where the genomic ideology has triumphed and where it has failed. We dive into diagnostic sequencing technologies, preimplantation, prenatal and preventive medicine, and explore current gene therapies including the promise of genome editing, as well as, debate the genomic revolution’s multifaceted ethical implications.

Faculty

Ulrik Kristoffer Stoltze

DIS Copenhagen Semester Faculty

M.D. (University of Copenhagen, 2017). Currently: Residency in Gastrointestinal surgery at Herlev Hospital, researcher at Pediatrics Oncology Lab (Bonkolab) at Rigshospitalet and chairman of The Stethoscope, a radio program for medical professionals. Previously:  Researcher at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and the Clinical Genetics Department at Rigshospitalet, doctor in the psychiatric emergency room at Bispebjerg Hospital, and former DIS Course Assistant for Human Health & Disease. With DIS since 2017.