Upcoming presentations

June 2017

Allison Werner-Lin. What are We Learning About the Experiences of Women who Receive Positive Results from Prenatal Genome-wide Testing?. ELSI Congress 2017, Farmington, CT. June 2017 (UConn Patterson Auditorium).
Barbara Bernhardt. The Overselling of Clinical Genome and Exome Sequencing (CGES): Maybe It's Just Another Test. ELSI Congress 2017, Farmington, CT. June 2017 (UConn Patterson Auditorium).
Barbara Biesecker. A randomized controlled trial to assess non-inferiority of a web-based platform for return of carrier results. ELSI Congress 2017, Farmington, CT. June 2017 (JAXGM Helix Cafe).
Barbara Koenig. Should Every Newborn be Sequenced at Birth? Crafting Policies to Guide Genomic Practice. ELSI Congress 2017, Farmington, CT. June 2017 (JAXGM Holt Conference Room).
Benjamin Wilfond. Categorizing Genetic Conditions in the Era of Reproductive Genome Sequencing: What Lines, If Any, Should be Drawn for Expanded Genomic Testing?. ELSI Congress 2017, Farmington, CT. June 2017 (JAXGM Auditorium).
Gail Henderson. Embedded Genomics: Promises and Pitfalls. ELSI Congress 2017, Farmington, CT. June 2017 (UConn Patterson Auditorium).
Gail Henderson. Ethical Issues in Large Scale Research: Cross-cutting Issues in Exploring Genetic Risk in Adult and Pediatric Populations. ELSI Congress 2017, Farmington, CT. June 2017 (JAXGM Auditorium).
Gornick MC, Le LQ, Mody R, Roberts JS. Adolescents’ perspectives on participation in pediatric precision medicine research: Findings from the Michigan Oncology Sequencing (MI-ONCOSEQ) Project. 4th ELSI (Ethical, Legal and Social Issues) Congress: Genomics and Society. ELSI Congress 2017, Farmington, CT. June 2017.
Holly K. Tabor, Barbara Biesecker. The Importance of Choice About Secondary Results from Genomic Sequencing: Opportunities and Challenges for Parents and Prospective Parents. ELSI Congress 2017, Farmington, CT. June 2017 (UConn Massey Auditorium).
Ida Greisemer. The who, what and why of research participants’ intentions to request a broad range of secondary findings in a clinical diagnostic genomic sequencing study. ELSI Congress 2017, Farmington, CT. June 2017 (JAXGM Helix Cafe).
James Evans, Wylie Burke. Genomics and Society: Expanding the ELSI Universe. ELSI Congress 2017, Farmington, CT. June 2017 (UConn Academic Rotunda).
Janet Malek. Parental perspectives on whole exome sequencing in pediatric cancer: A typology of perceived utility. ELSI Congress 2017, Farmington, CT. June 2017 (JAXGM Helix Cafe).
Jim Evans. Ethics & Omics: The Return of Results in the Clinic. ELSI Congress 2017, Farmington, CT. June 2017 (UConn Academic Rotunda).
Joon-Ho Yu. Asian Americans, Genome Sequencing, and Precision Medicine. ELSI Congress 2017, Farmington, CT. June 2017 (UConn Academic Rotunda).
Kayte Spector-Bagdady, Jim Evans. An “Omics” Update: Effects of Next-Generation Sequencing on Genetic Testing Law & Policy. ELSI Congress 2017, Farmington, CT. June 2017 (UConn Patterson Auditorium).
Kyle Brothers, Richard Sharp. Biobanking 2.0: Re-envisioning Relationships and Engaging New Ethical Challenges. ELSI Congress 2017, Farmington, CT. June 2017 (JAXGM Auditorium).
Kyle Brothers, Allison Werner-Lin, Ingrid Holm. Reporting Dilemmas in Pediatric Genomics. ELSI Congress 2017, Farmington, CT. June 2017 (JAXGM Auditorium).
Malia Fullerton. Genomics in family medicine: views of community-based providers. ELSI Congress 2017, Farmington, CT. June 2017 (JAXGM Helix Cafe).
Paul Appelbaum. The Double Helix in Law and the Courts. ELSI Congress 2017, Farmington, CT. June 2017 (JAXGM Auditorium).
Stephanie Fullerton. Grappling with Genetics: Patient Safety Implications of Increasing Genetic Testing in Cancer Care. ELSI Congress 2017, Farmington, CT. June 2017 (UConn Patterson Auditorium).
Susan Wolf, Ellen Clayton, Amy McGuire. Developing the Law and Policy Universe to Meet the Challenges of Genomics. ELSI Congress 2017, Farmington, CT. June 2017 (UConn Massey Auditorium).
Wylie Burke. Reinventing ELSI. ELSI Congress 2017, Farmington, CT. June 2017 (UConn Academic Rotunda).