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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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BioNews Sep 18
People need to be aware that anonymous donors may no longer be anonymous and identity release donors may have their identity released in ways they hadn't imagined
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Genetics and Society 20h
Sign up for the Genealogy and Genetics livestream - A free, day-long workshop that will help you understand the science, ethics, social and privacy implications of direct-to-consumer genetic genealogy.
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Anna Middleton 23h
'Your father's not your father': when DNA tests reveal more than you bargained for
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Morgan Carpenter Sep 18
On the telly again tonight, with , and some other wonderful humans
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Benjamin Law Sep 18
Standing by this, go to sleep mad about it if you need to. 👠
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Rosalind McDougall Sep 17
Having lots of fun at the ABC with the Top 5!
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Angus Andersen Sep 17
University student: I'm studying about the land and wildlife and how they sustain us. Angus: I learnt that from my grandfather. University Student: Did you get a passing grade? Angus: I'm here ALIVE aren't I?
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Genetics and Society Sep 17
What are the privacy risks of submitting your DNA to a DTC genetic testing company? Monica Rodriguez lays out a few in
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Barbara Prainsack Sep 17
Just out: new paper by : "Online Genomes: Problematizing the disruptiveness of direct‐to‐consumer genetic tests" ($)
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Ayo Wahlberg Sep 16
Talk about exposed biologies. "Air pollution particles found in mothers' placentas"
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Alicia Byrne Sep 17
If you’re a med student in Aus or NZ please help understand your knowledge and views of genomic medicine by completing this short survey: Results will help inform future curricula.
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Jacqueline Savard Sep 16
Great article! Timely, as position statement about is now live: for
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Jacqueline Savard Sep 16
Timely and interesting article! New position statement by about just published for Australia:
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Katie Stoll Sep 15
Advocates of consumer genomics claim "information is power" as reason to embrace these tests. But the frequent misinformation & difficulty getting professional guidance are the opposite of patient empowerment. Thank you for sharing this story
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Center for Bio Div Sep 15
What is the value of wilderness? And what threat is posed to that value by the current administration’s attacks on U.S. public lands, which hold hundreds of millions of acres of the nation’s wilderness?
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Angela Sterritt Sep 14
'Time's up': Powerful words from MMIWG commissioner close out Iqaluit hearing | CBC News
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tr'qmuł ☢️🌱 Sep 13
As an indigenous woman, part of me always wants to apologize for being "angry" but then I remember there's is a constant attempt to be conditioned not to speak out, and express from my anger. All I know for sure is I'm just tired.
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Heather Hampel Sep 14
Having a genetic counselor working full time in test utilization management has saved one health care system $1.7 million! Another is saving her system $200K/year. Ohio Genetic Counselors annual education meeting.
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Norman Swan Sep 14
Genetic test predicts dementia risk via
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Melanie Jansen Sep 10
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