Free Genetic Testing Q&A Livestream With Dr. Erika Gray

Every two weeks, Dr. Erika Gray hosts a topic-specific informative and free 30 minute Zoom call to share new research and answer questions about My Toolbox Genomics, DNA and epigenetic testing.

This is a great opportunity to ask your burning questions about all things DNA and epigenetics and learn something new!

Erika Gray Zoom Vid

Our upcoming events include:

Learn about the role of DNA and Epigenetics in Skin Care

Friday, Apr 16, 2021
1:00-1:30PM PST

Dr. Erika will be chatting with board-certified aesthetic nurse, Rachel Varga to discuss how to leverage DNA insights with your skincare routine to protect your skin for decades to come.

Discover what that "gut feeling" really means

Friday, Apr 30, 2021
1:00-1:30PM PST

Join Dr. Erika & Dr. Rob Silverman as they discuss the role of the gut and the brain in the setting of DNA and Epigenetics & what to do about that gut feeling!

Join the livestream!

We will spend the first 10-15 minutes discussing new studies and information and then follow up with Q&A.

Please note, Dr. Gray will be answering people’s questions with their first name. If you are not comfortable with your first name being used, we ask that you provide an alias name for us to use. If there is time at the end of the session, Dr. Gray will open up the session to live questions. For your convenience, the invite will also provide the ability to join by phone.

Important: You will not be able to receive any comments on personal medical conditions or treatments. This Q&A is for product information purposes only; it is not to be used for diagnostic purposes.

See you there!

Erika Gray
Dr. Erika Gray, PharmD

Dr. Erika Gray, PharmD, Co-Founder of Toolbox Genomics, has a PharmD from University of California at San Francisco, and worked as a pharmacist at a Level I trauma center in both the inpatient pharmacy and emergency room. Her experiences in the emergency room of seeing the terrible manifestation of chronic diseases and in helping patients understand their biomarkers in relationship to their health paved the way for co-founding Toolbox Genomics.

My Toolbox Genomics testing is not intended to be used to diagnose or determine treatment for any disease or condition.