NIH Apr 1, 2013 | U01

CSER RoRC Centralized Support Coordinating Center

Principal Investigator(s): Jarvik, Gail Pairitz

Institution: University of Washington

FOA Number: PA-12-100

Abstract

The Clinical Sequencing Exploratory Research (CSER) and Return of Results Consortium (RoRC) programs are designed to investigate critical questions about the application of genomic sequencing to clinical care of individual patients, from generation of genomic sequence data, to interpretation and translation of the data for the physician, to communication to the patient, including an examination of the ethical and psychosocial implications of bringing broad genomic data into the clinic. The goal of ELSI involvement in CSER is to support ELSI research required to responsibly apply personal genomic data to medical care, with a particular emphasis on the ethical, legal, and psychosocial implications of generating and returning genomic results, including returning incidental findings

CSER website: https://www.genome.gov/27546194/clinical-sequencing-exploratory-researc…

FUNDING AGENCY:

Funder:
NIH

Institute:
NATIONAL HUMAN GENOME RESEARCH INSTITUTE

Funding Type:
U01

Project Number:
U01HG007307

Start Date:
Apr 1, 2013

End Date:
Mar 31, 2017

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