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Ethics Rounds: Whole Exome Sequencing in the Clinical Setting: Implications for Research

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Air date: Wednesday, October 1, 2014, 12:00:00 PM
Time displayed is Eastern Time, Washington DC Local
Views: Total views: 288, (195 Live, 93 On-demand)
Category: Clinical Center Grand Rounds
Runtime: 01:00:09
Description: Ethics Rounds

“Whole Exome Sequencing in the Clinical Setting: Implications for Research”

The use of whole exome sequencing in the clinical setting has the potential to significantly increase the amount of information available to patients. When this information conflicts with information obtained in the research setting, investigators are faced with the question of whether they should pursue follow-up testing. Please join us to discuss to what extent researchers are responsible for their subjects’ clinical care and to what extent researchers should conduct testing for clinical purposes

The program should be of interest to individuals involved in medical research, as well as those interested in important issues in bioethics.

Presenter: Julie C. Sapp, ScM, CGC, National Human Genome Research Institute

Discussant: Jeffrey Botkin, MD, MPH, Professor of Pediatrics and Adjunct Professor of Human Genetics, and Associate Vice President for Research Integrity, University of Utah

For more information go to http://www.cc.nih.gov/about/news/grcurrent.html
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NLM Title: Whole exome sequencing in the clinical setting : implications for research / Jeffrey R. Botkin, Julie Sapp.
Author: Botkin, Jeffrey R.
Sapp, Julie.
National Institutes of Health (U.S.). Clinical Center,
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Abstract: (CIT): Ethics Rounds "Whole Exome Sequencing in the Clinical Setting: Implications for Research" The use of whole exome sequencing in the clinical setting has the potential to significantly increase the amount of information available to patients. When this information conflicts with information obtained in the research setting, investigators are faced with the question of whether they should pursue follow-up testing. Please join us to discuss to what extent researchers are responsible for their subjects" clinical care and to what extent researchers should conduct testing for clinical purposes The program should be of interest to individuals involved in medical research, as well as those interested in important issues in bioethics. Presenter: Julie C. Sapp, ScM, CGC, National Human Genome Research Institute Discussant: Jeffrey Botkin, MD, MPH, Professor of Pediatrics and Adjunct Professor of Human Genetics, and Associate Vice President for Research Integrity, University of Utah.
Subjects: Base Sequence
Ethics, Clinical
Exome
Genetic Research--ethics
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NLM Classification: QU 21
NLM ID: 101645872
CIT Live ID: 14829
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