Eric T. Juengst, PhD serves as the Director of the UNC Center for Bioethics and as Professor in the Departments of Social Medicine and Genetics, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. His lecture “Citizen Science and Human Genomic Research: Ethical and Social Implications” aims to define "citizen science", familiarize the audience with a variety of current approaches to involving the public in human genome research and the projects that exemplify them, like the U.S. national “All of Us” Initiative, and to appreciate the personal privacy risks of genomic research participation and approaches to addressing them.
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