New Research on Calculating the Cost of Return of Incidental Findings

Emily Scholtes
Tuesday, March 15, 2016

The latest issue of the Minnesota Law Review features an article growing out of work by Legal Project Assistant Emily Scholtes on the Consortium's NIH-funded grant, Disclosing Genomic Incidental Findings in a Cancer Biobank. The article is entitled "Incorporating Cost into the Return of Incidental Findings Calculus: Defining a Responsible Default for Genetics and Genomics Researchers." Ms. Scholtes has collaborated with Consortium chair Susan M. Wolf, JD, on a number of projects; she is a 3L at the University of Minnesota Law School, and is also editor-in-chief of volume 100 of the journal.