Lec 99 - Individual Rights to Genetic Information: Issues for Medicine and Government. Description: Panel discussion #2 in a symposium entitled "Privacy, Autonomy, and Personal Genetic Information in the Digital Age" hosted by the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, the Institute of Medicine, and the National Academy of Engineering. This April 14, 2011 event features: Moderator: Jonathan Zittrain, Professor, Harvard Law School, Kennedy School of Government, and School of Engineering and Applied Sciences Panelists: • Art Beaudet, M.D., Henry and Emma Meyer Professor and Chair, Department of Molecular and Human Genetics, Baylor College of Medicine • Gaia Bernstein, J.S.D., LL.M., J.D., Professor of Law, Seton Hall University • Michele Caggana, Sc. D., Deputy Director, Division of Genetics, Chief of the Laboratory of Human Genetics and Director of the Newborn Screening Program, State of New York • John Schumann, M.D., practicing physician, Assistant Professor of Medicine and Faculty Associate of the MacLean Center for Medical Ethics, University of Chicago • Dan Vorhaus, J.D., attorney specializing in genomics and personalized medicine and Editor, Genomics Law Report
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