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    Community Engagement in Genomic Research

    Engaging with communities in biomedical and genomic research is increasingly seen as critical for navigating ethical considerations, and a necessary part of the scientific process. Why? Meaningful…
  • G. Owen Schaefer, D.Phil., an Assistant Professor at the Centre for Biomedical Ethics (CBmE) in the Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine at the National University of Singapore


    ELSI Abroad: Spotlight on Singapore

    CERA is pleased to share a set of interviews that aim to foster a global perspective on the ELSI field of study and inspire information sharing and collaboration across national borders. So far, we…
  • Our June 2024 set explores stigma associated with genetic testing for rare diseases; race, ethnicity, and ancestry reporting in genetic counseling research; and more.


    ELSI in Review • June 2024

    About this listing ELSI in Review is a listing of recently published reviews of the literature on key ELSI topics curated by CERA staff. Our June 2024 set explores stigma associated with genetic…

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