One of the Consortium's primary goals is to produce original intellectual work on the societal implications of biomedicine and the life sciences and we have published widely in areas such as genetics, genomics, and nanomedicine. For example, in April 2012, Genetics in Medicine published a special issue and consensus article from the Consortium that offered the first recommendations on whether and how to discuss individual research results and incidental findings with people who contribute their specimens and data to biobanks and archived data sets.

Below, you can access and download the many symposia and articles generated by the grants we've been awarded.

Individual Articles and Publications

Nguyen NV, Riggan KA, Ennis JS, Tilburt JC, Smith AK, Kramer DB, Sulmasy DP, DeMartino ES. Estimating population impact of state triage policies restricting healthcare access for older adults with chronic conditions. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 2024;72(1):294-296.
DeMartino ES, Ennis JS, Wolf SM, Sulmasy DP. Learning from COVID-19 Triage Schemes to Face the Next Public Health Emergency. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 2024;1:1-4.
Lupia A, Allison DB, Jamieson KH, Wolf SM. Trends in U.S. Public Confidence in Science and Opportunities for Progress. The Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 2024;121(11):1-9.
Wolf SM, Green RC. Return of Results in Genomic Research Using Large-Scale or Whole Genome Sequencing: Toward a New Normal. Annual Review of Genomics and Human Genetics 2023;24:4.1-4.22.
Ennis JS, Riggan KA, Nguyen NV, Kramer DB, Smith AK, Sulmasy DP, Tilburt JC, Wolf SM, DeMartino ES. Triage Procedures for Critical Care Resource Allocation During Scarcity. JAMA Network Open 2023;6(8):1-12.

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