The following is a list of PGx implementers who are using CPIC guidelines as part of a program to facilitate use of genetic tests to guide prescribing for patients in clinical care settings:

InstitutionWebsite and/or Contact (if available)
AIG Hospitals, Hyderabad, IndiaAIG Hospitals
Allina HealthChristine Kroger;
Arkansas Children’s HospitalArkansas Children’s Precision Medicine
Amanda Elchynski;
Ann and Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of ChicagoNathan Lamb;;
Auburn University Harrison College of PharmacyCourtney Watts Alexander;
Baptist Health South FloridaJennifer Miles;
BJC Healthcare 
Boston Children’s HospitalHyun Kim;
Brigham and Women’s HospitalRoseann Gammal;
Children’s Cancer Hospital Egypt 57357Mohamed Nagy;
Children’s Hospital Los AngelesJenny Nguyen;
Children’s MinnesotaDavid Gregornik;
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical CenterCCHMC Genetic Pharmacology Service
Clalit Health Services, IsraelNaomi Gronich;
Clearview Cancer InstituteEmily K Pauli;
Cleveland ClinicJennifer Hockings;
Cuyuna Regional Medical CenterElise Durgin;
Department of Veterans Affairs
Dr. Margarete Fischer-Bosch-Institute of Clinical PharmacologyMatthias Schwab;
Erasmus MCRon van Schaik;
Essentia Health
Tyler Stevens;
Geisinger Health SystemRyley Uber;
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

Aniwaa Owusu Obeng;

I.M.P. Institute of Predictive MedicineI.M.P. Institute of Predictive Medicine,
Indiana University HealthIndiana University Health Precision Medicine Clinic
Emma Tillman;
Tyler Shugg;
Indiana University School of MedicineIndiana Institute for Personalized Medicine
Todd Skaar;
Intermountain HealthcareChristine M. Formea;
Johns Hopkins Aramco HealthcareAyman M. Al-Qaaneh;
Leiden University Medical CenterLeiden University Medical Center
Jesse Swen;
Levine Cancer InstituteJai N. Patel;
Lifespan HealthLifespan Health
Lauren Lemke;
Marshfield Clinic Research Institute
Emili Leary;
Mayo ClinicMayo Clinic Center for Individualized Medicine
Medical College of WisconsinUlrich Broeckel;
MedStar HealthMax Smith;
Mission HealthLynn Dressler;
Moffitt Cancer Center & Research InstituteJ. Kevin Hicks;
Nemours Children’s Health SystemBenjamin Duong;
NorthShore University HealthSystemMark Dunnenberger;
Northwestern MedicineNorthwestern Medicine Center for Genetic Medicine  
Laura Rasmussen-Torvik;
Peking University First Hospital 
Sanford ImageneticsSanford Imagenetics  
April Schultz;
SickKids (The Hospital for Sick Children)SickKids pharmacogenetics  
Iris Cohn;
Stanford University 
St. Elizabeth HealthcareSt. Elizabeth Healthcare
Josiah Allen;
St. Jude Children’s Research HospitalSt. Jude Children’s Research Hospital PG4KDS  
Cyrine Haidar;
Sunnybrook Health Sciences CentreLei Fu;
Tabula Rasa HealthCarePharmacogenomic Clinical and Coordination Center;
Texas A&M UniversityTexas A&M University Health
Kenneth Ramos;
Sara Rogers;
TriHealth HospitalShirin Bigdeliazari;
United Arab Emirates UniversityDepartment of Genetics and Genomics
Zeina Al-Mahayri;
Bassam Ali;
University of AdelaideAndrew Somogyi;
University of AlbertaKatherine Aitchison;
University of CalgaryChad Bousman;
University of ColoradoAndrew Monte;  
Christina Aquilante;
David Kao;
University of ChicagoPeter O’Donnell;
University of ExtremaduraElena Garcia-Martin;
Jose Agundez;
University Hospital Schleswig-HolsteinUniversity Hospital Schleswig-Holstein
University of Florida HealthUniversity of Florida Health Personalized Medicine Program
University of Malta 
University of Minnesota/M Health FairviewPawel Mroz;
University of North CarolinaUNC Program for Precision Medicine in Health Care
University of Patras School of Health SciencesGeorge P. Patrinos;
University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine Sony Tuteja;
University of PittsburghPhilip Empey;
UPMC Presbyterian University Hospital 
UPMC Primary Care Precision Medicine ClinicLucas Berenbrok;
Mylynda Massart;
University of South Florida College of PharmacyTeresa Vo;
University of Maryland School of MedicineUniversity of Maryland Program for Personalized and Genomic Medicine
Vanderbilt University Medical CenterPREDICT
Washington University in St. Louis 
Wentworth-Douglass HospitalElizabeth Snarr;
Yale New Haven HealthRebecca Pulk;

The following is a list of commercial laboratories and companies who are using CPIC guidelines to aid in the interpretation of genetic tests results (self-reported):

 CompanyNIH’s Genetic Testing Registry Link or company contact (if applicable)
AB-BioticsMiquel Tuson; Silvia Vilches;
ActXEllie Newby;
Ariel Precision Medicine
Admera Health
Base10 Genetics 
Coriell Life SciencesJeffrey Shaman;
EugenomicAna Sabater;
First Databank, IncChristine Cheng;
Genome Medical, Inc
GenXys Health Care SystemsMartin Dawes;
Gravity Diagnostics
MD labs
MedGenyx, PLLCTheresa Johnson;
Millennium Health
OneOme, LCC
PreventionGenetics, LLC
RPRD Diagnostics
RxGenomixDaron Bennett;
Sequence2ScriptChad Bousman; 
Sinochips Diagnostics
Translational Software 
Wolters Kluwer

If you would like your institution to be listed on this page, please send an email to requesting to be listed and provide one or both of the following: institution and website OR contact name and email.

Note: If you are a commercial genetic testing laboratory, you must first submit your information to the Genetic Testing Registry at and supply the GTR URL to be listed on the implementers site. Other companies may submit a contact email.  Send email to with the GTR URL.