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PGx101

Improving Patient Outcomes Through Pharmacogenomic Knowledge

Pharmacogenomics, or PGx, is the study of how medications work in our bodies based on our genetic makeup.

Our vision is to improve the quality of life of people in the communities we serve through incorporation of personalized medicine.

We educate healthcare providers on important concepts of PGx and collaborate with forward thinking HCPs who want to establish a PGx testing.

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Our Next Training Session

Dec 3 & 4
Our twelve online trainings were so well received that we are hosting another on December 3 & 4, 2022 
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Why invest in PGx101 for your PGx education?

Learn more about the PGx101 Team and their experience with PGx in practice and training over 200 pharmacists using the T2L program.

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Why the Test2Learn (T2L) Certificate Training Program?

Our PGx Certificate Program is unparalleled.

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PGx201

Join the PGx201 Community and discover how effectively you can implement PGx in your practice.


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What people are saying about PGx101

"After researching many pharmacogenomic programs I decided to go with the Test2Learn platform that Sue’s company organizes. It provides great value and practical experience. After going through Sue’s program, I feel confident in my ability to interpret pharmacogenomic data and implement that in a practice setting. Perhaps more importantly, I know where to find the appropriate resources and how to extrapolate data from them into a clinical setting. I can’t recommend Sue’s program enough!"

Dylan K

"The online portion is extremely valuable to learn the basics and get everyone on the same page. At first I thought you could do this all online and cut your expenses (and you could) but I really LOVED the live portion, meeting you and Dan and the other awesome pharmacists who are wanting to be leaders in pharmacogenomics! There is security in knowing you’re not alone and networking with people who want to change the face of pharmacy."

Cathy Y
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