Precision Medicine, All of Us, and the LGBTQ+ Community

Precision Medicine, All of Us, and the LGBTQ+ Community

Due to the Coronavirus/COVID-19 crisis, this event is provided via Zoom. See below to join.

Tuesday, June 2nd, 3 to 3:50 PM


Historically, medical research failed to ethically and rigorously include people who were not white, straight, cisgender and overwhelmingly male in studies designed to expand medicine.
All of Us is a research program from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) that aims to study at least a million people over several years — and they are including us at every level of the research. The goal is to innovate medicine that is more effective and responsive to unique demographic needs.
Brooklyn Community Pride Center is joining dozens of other organizations nationwide to help engage LGBTQ+ New Yorkers, especially transgender people and people of color, with this research program. Join us for this online discussion to learn why this study is important, how this research is different, and how to get involved.

Jere Keys

Moderator:
Jere Keys
(he/him)
Development and Engagement Manager, Brooklyn Community Pride Center

Kolbi W. Brown (he/him), Program Director, NYC Health + Hospitals/Harlem, All of Us Research Program

Special Guest:
Kolbi W. Brown
 (he/him)
Program Director, NYC Health + Hospitals/Harlem, All of Us Research Program

Mitchell R. Lunn, MD, MAS (he/him), Assistant Professor of Medicine, Stanford University School of Medicine

Special Guest:
Mitchell R. Lunn, MD, MAS
 (he/him)
Assistant Professor of Medicine, Stanford University School of Medicine
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Date

Jun 02 2020

Time

ZOOM EVENT
3:00 pm - 3:50 pm

Cost

Free

Location

Brooklyn Community Pride Center