Pharmacogenomics Video (Free Sample) – New Addition to Study Materials

We are adding a few new videos to our current content and am also updating numerous videos. Atrial fibrillation, asthma, COPD, Vaccines, Ulcerative Colitis, and Crohn’s are few of the many updates I’m working on for the 2020 release! The updates will be done within the next month! I wanted to give you all a free sample and a sneak peek! Here’s a sample of the Pharmacogenomics video which will be apart of every all-access pass (BCPS, BCGP, BCACP, BCMTMS). Enjoy!

If you currently have an All-Access Pass do not worry, you will automatically see these updates when you log in as they become available. I will begin the process of getting them into the current content in October sometime. I’m likely considering an increase in the price of the All-Access Passes with all of these updates, so if you want to lock in at the lower price for 2020 you can do that here and now!


  1. Farzaneh Babakhani

    Thank you for the information.
    Would you knidly answer the following questions?
    1. is there a certification to get on this subject?
    2. Do you provide the materials?
    Have a wonderful day.

    • Eric Christianson

      There are various pharmacogenomics “certificates” that you can receive for completing a course such as ASHP but this isn’t truly a board certification like BCMTMS, BCPS, BCGP, etc. where you have to pass an exam. I currently do not have any programs specific to pharmacogenomics but have some information on the topic in my All Access Packages to prepare you for board certification exams. Hopefully that helps a little! Best, Eric

  2. Farzaneh Babakhani

    Thank you so much. I really enjoy and learn from your information.
    Hope very soon you put MORE information one PHARMACOGENETICS.

    • Eric Christianson

      Great to hear! Best, Eric


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Written By Eric Christianson

September 29, 2019

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