SESSION 2 - May 6: Utility of Population Descriptors in Clinical Genetics
Question: What is the most important information, conceptually, for clinical genetics professionals to do their jobs well? Is the information always necessary; if not, when is it critical vs. extraneous? When is it potentially harmful?
Goal: Distill the most relevant information among population descriptors that serves a purpose in the clinical curation pipeline, or other clinical genetics work
- Julia Gimbernat-Mayol, MEng: Clinical Genetics Laboratories Use Divergent Demographic Frameworks Across Countries
- Carlee Dawson, BA: Diversity Measures in Genomic Medicine
- Dee McKnight, PhD: How Race, Ethnicity, and Ancestry Information is Used in Genetic Diagnostics: One Lab's Perspective
Moderator: Shoumita Dasgupta, PhD