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Jacqueline Savard
Researcher exploring personal genomics in Australia, lecturer at Deakin University and baker extraordinaire during times of high stress
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Genomics Education 13h
Most people have heard of in healthcare. But what about ?
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Genomes2People 52m
Interesting read on gaps in & protections for testing consumers. The U.S. can learn from ways other counties prevent genetic :
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Terri Hansen | Indigenous Apr 19
scholars are improving access to and research and care with initiatives based on their unique cultural contexts and within sovereign-based governance models created and accepted by their peoples.
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Catalina LopezCorrea Apr 19
This article should be a must read for every academic scientist! Via
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Medical Education Apr 18
An introduction to the Really Good Stuff: a peer‐reviewed collection of short reports from around the world on innovative approaches to medical education
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Ethics in Bricks Apr 19
"To be a good human being is to have a kind of openness to the world, an ability to trust uncertain things beyond your own control, that can lead you to be shattered in very extreme circumstances for which you were not to blame." - Martha Nussbaum
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The Intercept Apr 18
Watch the video that’s been viewed more than 4.6 million times in 24 hours, a message from a post- future from , , and .
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Jeff Craig Apr 18
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Portage & Main Press Apr 18
" 's use of vernacular, humour and at times, sarcasm add layers of meaning, underscore arguments and carry her and her readers through discussions of infuriating facts and difficult, often painful issues." — on "Indigenous Writes"
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Genomics watch Apr 18
Consuming personal genomics - Science Magazine
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Dr Muin J. Khoury Apr 18
Consumer genomics: How we can smartly consume genetic information. “A critical eye is needed to avoid overinterpretation and potentially inappropriate actions.” An informative editorial in
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Dr Muin J. Khoury Apr 17
Indigenous people and other marginalized groups “face being left further behind by modern medicine’s slog towards precision and individualization- to the detriment of their health.” Read editorial.
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Daniel Goldberg Apr 16
Discussing formal critiques of US bioethics in tonight! First up is one of my favorites: Cat Myser's trenchant 2003 paper on the unbearable normativity of whiteness in American bioethics ...
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Dr. Adrienne Keene Apr 16
Someone just sent me this...wow. This is so deeply effed up I don't even have the words.
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Krystal Tsosie Apr 16
In terms of flawed science, this is the worst. It uses DNA fingerprinting & questionable reference DNA. Also, the PI of has a PhD in CLASSICAL STUDIES. No staff member seems to have science training. I've been ranting about them for awhile:
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SING Consortium Apr 16
The work of and members Ripan Malhi, , Katrina Claw, , and scientists and allies are recognized in this latest article by : . Bc we need more representation!
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Scott McCoombe Apr 15
Day 2 of Indigenous cultural immersion program underway for our first year students. Special thanks again and Uncle Norm.
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ASHG Apr 14
Unpacking the responsibility to recontact research participants: interviewed Howard Levy, co-author of ASHG's newest position statement, on the statement's recommendations.
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Neysa Vaughan Apr 15
My favourite week of the academic year 🖤💛❤️
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Alex Wakeley Apr 14
and from talking about Indigenous Health Ethics at Day 1 of Cultural Immersion Program.
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