Past presentations

2017

Allison Werner-Lin. What are We Learning About the Experiences of Women who Receive Positive Results from Prenatal Genome-wide Testing?. ELSI Congress 2017, Farmington, CT. June 2017.
Barbara Bernhardt. The Overselling of Clinical Genome and Exome Sequencing (CGES): Maybe It's Just Another Test. ELSI Congress 2017, Farmington, CT. June 2017.
Barbara Biesecker. A randomized controlled trial to assess non-inferiority of a web-based platform for return of carrier results. ELSI Congress 2017, Farmington, CT. June 2017.
Barbara Koenig. Should Every Newborn be Sequenced at Birth? Crafting Policies to Guide Genomic Practice. ELSI Congress 2017, Farmington, CT. June 2017.
Benjamin Wilfond. Categorizing Genetic Conditions in the Era of Reproductive Genome Sequencing: What Lines, If Any, Should be Drawn for Expanded Genomic Testing?. ELSI Congress 2017, Farmington, CT. June 2017.
Bick, D, Eng C, Vassy J, Taft R, East K, Biesecker L. Whole Genome and Whole Exome Sequencing for 'Healthy' Individuals in Clinical Practice: Are We Up to the Challenge?. ACMG 2017, Phoenix, AZ. March 2017.
Biesecker L. Delivery of Secondary Findings to ClinSeq Participants at the NIH Clinical Center. American College of Medical Genetics 2017 Annual Meeting, Phoenix Convention Center, Phoeniz, AX. March 2017.
Bowling K, Hiatt S, Amaral M, Finnela C, Thompson M, Barsh G, Bebin E, Kelly W, East K, Gray D, Lawlor J, Lose E, Rich C, Myers R, Cooper R. Genomic Diagnosis for Children with Developmental Delay/Intellectual Disability. American College of Medical Genetics 2017 Annual Meeting, Phoenix Convention Center, Phoeniz, AX. March 2017.
Gail Henderson. Embedded Genomics: Promises and Pitfalls. ELSI Congress 2017, Farmington, CT. June 2017.
Gail Henderson. Ethical Issues in Large Scale Research: Cross-cutting Issues in Exploring Genetic Risk in Adult and Pediatric Populations. ELSI Congress 2017, Farmington, CT. June 2017.
Goddard KAB. Cooperative Project Highlights. CSER consortium meeting, Bethesda, MD. February 2017.
Goddard K, Dickerson J, Schneider J, Kauffman T, Lynch F, Shuster E, Davis J, McMullen C, Wilfond B. Utilization of Healthcare Services Following Disclosure of Expanded Carrier Screening Results from Genome Sequencing. American College of Medical Genetics and genomics, Phoenix, AZ. March 2017.
Gornick MC, Le LQ, Mody R, Roberts JS. Adolescents’ perspectives on participation in pediatric precision medicine research: Findings from the Michigan Oncology Sequencing (MI-ONCOSEQ) Project. 4th ELSI (Ethical, Legal and Social Issues) Congress: Genomics and Society. ELSI Congress 2017, Farmington, CT. June 2017.
Gornick, MC, Ryan, KA, Roberts, JS, Stoffel, E, Zikmund-Fisher, BJ. Development of a genomic test results report for oncologists. The American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics’ (ACMG) Annual Clinical Genetics Meeting. ACMG 2017, Phoenix AZ. March 2017.
Hart R, Amendola L, Dorschner M, Hisama F, Nefcy C, Schleit J, Jarvik G. Patient Reported Review of Systems and Associations with Cardiovascular Actionable Additional Findings in Clinical Sequencing. American College of Medical Genetics 2017 Annual Meeting, Phoenix Convention Center, Phoeniz, AX. March 2017.
Hiatt, S., Bowling K., Amaral M., Finnila C., Thompson M., Barsh G., Bebin E., Lamb N., Lawlor J., Lose E., Myers R., Rich C., Simmons S., Cooper G.. Reanalysis of Exomes and Genomes Leads to New Diagnoses. American College of Medical Genetics 2017 Annual Meeting, Phoenix Convention Center, Phoeniz, AX. March 2017.
Holly K. Tabor, Barbara Biesecker. The Importance of Choice About Secondary Results from Genomic Sequencing: Opportunities and Challenges for Parents and Prospective Parents. ELSI Congress 2017, Farmington, CT. June 2017.
Ida Greisemer. The who, what and why of research participants’ intentions to request a broad range of secondary findings in a clinical diagnostic genomic sequencing study. ELSI Congress 2017, Farmington, CT. June 2017.
James Evans, Wylie Burke. Genomics and Society: Expanding the ELSI Universe. ELSI Congress 2017, Farmington, CT. June 2017.
Janet Malek. Parental perspectives on whole exome sequencing in pediatric cancer: A typology of perceived utility. ELSI Congress 2017, Farmington, CT. June 2017.
Jim Evans. Ethics & Omics: The Return of Results in the Clinic. ELSI Congress 2017, Farmington, CT. June 2017.
Joon-Ho Yu. Asian Americans, Genome Sequencing, and Precision Medicine. ELSI Congress 2017, Farmington, CT. June 2017.
Kauffman T, Dickerson J, Lynch F, Schneider J, Shuster E, Wilfond B, Goddard K. Willingness to Pay for Preconception Genomic Sequencing in a Healthy Population. American College of Medical Genetics and genomics, Phoenix, AZ. March 2017.
Kayte Spector-Bagdady, Jim Evans. An “Omics” Update: Effects of Next-Generation Sequencing on Genetic Testing Law & Policy. ELSI Congress 2017, Farmington, CT. June 2017.
Krier J, Blout C, Vassy J, Robinson J, Murray M, Green R. Educating, Supporting, and Monitoring Non-Geneticist Physicians Disclosing Genomic Sequencing and Family History Reports in the MedSeq Project. American College of Medical Genetics 2017 Annual Meeting, Phoenix Convention Center, Phoeniz, AX. March 2017.
Kyle Brothers, Richard Sharp. Biobanking 2.0: Re-envisioning Relationships and Engaging New Ethical Challenges. ELSI Congress 2017, Farmington, CT. June 2017.
Kyle Brothers, Allison Werner-Lin, Ingrid Holm. Reporting Dilemmas in Pediatric Genomics. ELSI Congress 2017, Farmington, CT. June 2017.
L. Dowsett, S. Biswas, V. Jayaraman, M. Gilbert, L. Dowsett, E. Romasko, M. Dulik, L. Conlin, B. Devkota, I. Krantz, N. Spinner. Genetics and Genomics in Underrepresented Minority Populations. ACMG 2017, Pheonix, AZ. March 2017.
Lucia Hindorff, Moderator., Speakers: Eimear Kenny, Bert Boyer, Carol Horowitz, Elizabeth Moore, Sharon Plon, Carlos Bustamante. Enriching Racial and Ethnic Diversity to Improve Genomic Medicine. 2017 ACMG Annual Clinical Genetics Meeting, Phoenix Convention Center, Phoenix, AZ. March 2017.
Malia Fullerton. Genomics in family medicine: views of community-based providers. ELSI Congress 2017, Farmington, CT. June 2017.
Paul Appelbaum. The Double Helix in Law and the Courts. ELSI Congress 2017, Farmington, CT. June 2017.
Plon S. Germline Cancer Susceptibility in Diverse Populations: Results from the BASIC3 Trial. American College of Medical Genetics 2017 Annual Meeting, Phoenix Convention Center, Phoeniz, AX. March 2017.
Porter, K. Results from interviews with participants about how they decided on their category selections. CSER consortium meeting, Bethesda, MD. February 2017.
Punj S, Huang J, Potter A, Yang F, Creason A, Dorschner M, Nickerson D, Robertson P, Jarvik G, Amendola L, Kostiner Simpson D, Rope A, Reiss J, Kauffman T, Gilmore M, Himes P, Wilfond B, Goddard K, Richards CS. Genome Sequencing for Carrier Screening: Advantages and Challenges for the Clinical Laboratory. American College of Medical Genetics and genomics, Phoenix, AZ. March 2017.
Romasko E, S. Biswas, V. Jayaraman, M. Gilbert, L. Dowsett, I. Krantz, N. Spinner, M. Dulik, L. Conlin. Secondary Findings Identified by Exome Sequencing: Beyond the ACMG 56. ACMG 2017, Pheonix, AZ. March 2017.
Rope A, Kauffman, TL, Gilmore MJ, Himes P, Amendola LM, Punj S, McMullen C, Davis J, Schneider J, Richards CS, Nickerson DA, Jarvik GP, Wilfond BS, Goddard KAB. Results of clinical significance arising from NextGen research in a preconception population. American College of Medical Genetics and genomics, Phoenix, AZ. March 2017.
Scollon S, Wynn J, Lewis K, Amendola L, Bernhardt B, Biswas S, Joshi M, McMullen C. Perspectives of Clinicians on the Return of Results for Genomic Sequencing. ACMG 2017, Pheonix, AZ. March 2017.
Stephanie Fullerton. Grappling with Genetics: Patient Safety Implications of Increasing Genetic Testing in Cancer Care. ELSI Congress 2017, Farmington, CT. June 2017.
Strande N, Booker J, Foreman K, Haskell G, Lee K, O'Daniel J, Powell B, Seifret B, Evans J, Berg J, Weck K. Clarity in the face of uncertainty: a nuanced classification of uncertain exome cases. American College of Medical Genetics 2017 Annual Meeting, Phoenix Convention Center, Phoeniz, AX. March 2017.
Susan Wolf, Ellen Clayton, Amy McGuire. Developing the Law and Policy Universe to Meet the Challenges of Genomics. ELSI Congress 2017, Farmington, CT. June 2017.
Williams M, Lu C, Christensen K. Is Genomic Sequencing Worth the Cost?. ACMG 2017, Phoenix, AZ. March 2017.
Wylie Burke. Reinventing ELSI. ELSI Congress 2017, Farmington, CT. June 2017.

2016

A. Gutierrez, J. Robinson, E. Statham, M. Slashinski, R. Street, D. Parsons, S. Plon, A. McGuire, L. McCullough. More Than Just Translation: The Role of Medical Interpreters in the Disclosure of Whole Exome Sequencing Results for Spanish-Speaking Families. American Society for Bioethics and Humanities, Washington, DC. October 2016.
A. Hardigan, D. Savic, B. Roberts, J. Prokop, R. Ramaker, K. Bowling, S. Hiatt, C. Holden, G. Cooper, R. Myersÿ. Functional investigation of Early B-Cell Factor 3 (EBF3) haplo-insufficiency as a novel genetic cause of developmental delay and intellectual disability. ASHG Annual Meeting 2016, Vancouver Convention Center, West Building, Vancouver, Canada. October 2016.
Amanda M. Gutierrez, Jill O. Robinson, Emily E. Statham, Melody J. Slashinski, Sarah Scollon, Katie L. Bergstrom, Richard L. Street, W. Donald Parsons, Sharon E. Plon, Amy L. McGuire, Laurence B. McCullough. Lost in Translation: How Medical Interpreters Modify the Communication of Whole Exome Sequencing Results during Translation for Spanish-Speaking Families. NSGC, Washington Convention Center, Seattle, WA. September 2016.
Appelbaum PS. Health Literacy in Precision Medicine Research: Making Decisions about Reporting Results. IOM Workshop on Health Literacy, Washington, DC. March 2016.
Appelbaum PS. Informed Consent to Genomic Research and the Return of Results. World Congress of Psychiatric Genetics, Jerusalem, Israel. November 2016.
Applebaum PS. Public health and genetics: the ethical implications. World Psychiatric Association, Section on Epidemiology & Public Health, Conference on Psychiatric Epidemiology Meets Genetics: The Public Health Consequences, Munich, Germany. March 2016.
Applebaum PS. Twists in the Double Helix: Ethical Challenges in Genetic Testing in Psychiatry. Annual Meeting, American Psychiatric Association, Atlanta, GA. May 2016.
Arezou A Ghazani, Nelly Oliver, Joseph P St. Pierre, Andrea Garofalo, Lynette M. Sholl, Neal Ian Lindeman, Judy Ellen Garber, Steven Joffe, Pasi A. Janne, Stacy W. Gray, Levi A. Garraway, Eliezer Mendel Van Allen, Nikhil Wagle. Assigning Clinical Meaning to Somatic and Germline Whole Exome Sequencing Data to Guide Cancer Precision Medicine. ASCO 2016, DFCI, Chicago, IL. June 2016.
B. Biesecker, P. Han, B. Bernhardt, R. Green, S. Joffe, B. Koenig, I. Krantz, K. Umstead, L. Bieseckerÿ. A taxonomy of medical uncertainties in clinical genome sequencing. ASHG Annual Meeting 2016, Vancouver Convention Center, West Building, Vancouver, Canada. October 2016.
B.A. Bernhardt, S.A. Walser, F.K. Barg, A. Werner-Lin. ?They can?t find anything wrong with him, yet?: Mothers? experiences of parenting an infant with a prenatally diagnosed copy number variant (CNV). ASHG Annual Meeting 2016, Vancouver Convention Center, West Building, Vancouver, Canada. October 2016.
Berg, JS. Exome sequencing in a diagnostic setting: the NCGENES experience. UNC Adult/Pediatric Endocrine Research Conference, Chapel Hill, NC. March 2016.
Bernhardt BA. Communicating uncertain information from genomic testing. International Congress of Human Genetics meeting, Kyoto, Japan. April 2016.
Biswas, Sawona. The Negative Genome Conundrum: What To Do When the Most Comprehensive Genetic Test is Negative. National Society of Genetic Counselors, Seattle, WA. September 2016.
Carrie Blout, Jill Robinson, Kaitlyn Lee, Amy McGuire, Pam Diamond, Kurt Christensen, Leila Jamal, Jason Vassy, Robert Green for the MedSeq Project. Incorporation of whole genome sequencing results into the electronic medical record: Attitudes of MedSeq Project participants. The Broad Retreat, Boston, MA. December 2016.
Chung WK. FDA Regulation of Genetic Testing. Genomics Festival, Boston, MA. June 2016.
Chung WK. Genomic Health Screening: The Hype, Hope and Reality. Next Generation Dx Summit, Washington, DC. August 2016.
Chung WK. Integration of Genetic Medicine into Healthcare. BioData World USA 2016 Conference, Boston, MA. September 2016.
Chung WK. Is the Future of Medicine in our DNA?. Jepson Leadership Forum, Richmond, VA. April 2016.
Chung WK. Legal, Regulatory & Ethical Issues in the Secondary Use of Genomics Data. PRISME Forum Technical Meeting: Understanding Disease through Mining Clinical Trial Data, Prague, Czech Republic. May 2016.
Chung WK. Panel - Practical Implementation of Genomic Sequencing in Healthcare Settings. 2016 Joint Summits on Translocational Science, San Francisco, CA. March 2016.
Chung WK. Participant Rights to their Sequence Data: Positive, Precautionary and Pragmatic Views on Returning the Incidental Genome. Biology of Genomes, CSHL, New York, NY. May 2016.
Chung WK. The Future Use of Exome Sequencing as the Genetic Test of Choice for Clinical Diagnostics. Personalized Diagnostics. Personalized Diagnostics, Tri-Conference, San Francisco, CA. March 2016.
D.I. Ritter, E. Riggs, E. Anderson*, A. Cherry, S. Kantarci, H. Kearney, C.P. Lorentz, J.M. Meck, A. Patel, S.E. Plon, G. Raca, S. South, E. Thorland*, R. Vanzo, D. Pineda-Alvarez**, S. Aradhya**, C.L. Martin, on behalf of the Clinical Genome Resource, Co-chairs of ClinGen *Dosage WG & **SV Interpretation WG. What have genes got to do with it? Analyzing gene content across interpreted CNVs in the Clinical Genome Resource Structural Variation Interpretation Working Group. ASHG Annual Meeting 2016, Vancouver Convention Center, West Building, Vancouver, Canada. October 2016.
D.L. Veenstra, L.M. Amendola, P. Heagerty, B. Comstock; M. Horse-Pyne, F. Hisama, M. Li, A. Burt, R.L. Bennett, M.O. Dorschner, P. Tarczy-Hornoch, S.M. Fullerton, S.B. Trinidad, D.A. Regier, D.L. Patrick, D.A. Nickerson, W. Burke, G.P. Jarvikÿ. A randomized controlled trial of exome sequencing vs. usual care in patients with colorectal cancer/polyposis syndromes: Preliminary results. ASHG Annual Meeting 2016, Vancouver Convention Center, West Building, Vancouver, Canada. October 2016.
E. Martina Bebin, Kevin M. Bowling, Susan M. Hiatt, Michelle D. Amaral, Michelle L. Thompson, Candice R. Finnila, David E. Gray, Jana Whittle, Whitley V. Kelley, Kelly M. East, Kyle B. Brothers, Neil E. Lamb, Shirley Simmons, Gregory S. Barsh, Richard M. Myers, Edward J. Lose, and Gregory M. Cooper. Expanding the Etiologies for Epilepsy, Autism and Intellectual Disabilities - the Role of mTOR Mutations. American Epilepsy Society annual meeting, Houston, Texas. December 2016.
E.F. Schonman, M.F. Murray, J.B. Krier, C.L. Blout, D.W. Bates, R.C. Green, J.L. Vassy, The MedSeq Projectÿ. Do primary care physicians manage genome sequencing results appropriately? Results of an expert panel evaluation. ASHG Annual Meeting 2016, Vancouver Convention Center, West Building, Vancouver, Canada. October 2016.
Edward J. Romasko, Batsal Devkota, Vijayakumar Jayaraman, Sowmya Jairam, Maria I. Scarano, Sawona Biswas, Christopher S. Thom, , Matthew C. Dulik, Laura K. Conlin, Nancy B. Spinner, Ian D. Krantz, Michele P. Lambert. Utility and Limitations of Exome Sequencing in the Diagnosis of Pediatric Platelet Disease. American College of Medical Genetics (ACMG) 2016 Annual Meeting, Tampa, FL. March 2016.
Evans, JP. Cancer Genetics for the General Oncologist. Bon Secours Annual Cancer Summit, Richmond, VA. September 2016.
Evans, JP. Genomic Medicine in Medicine: The NCGENES and CEER Experience. Dept of Genetics Seminar, UNC Chapel Hill, NC. February 2016.
Evans, James. Genomic Testing in Clinical Practice. Duke University Seminar, Durham, NC. February 2016.
Evans, JP. Hastings Center Prenatal Testing project. Hastings Center, NY. June 2016.
Evans, JP. Navigating the Genome - The use of DNA sequencing in clincial medicine & Public Health. Short Course for Genetic Counselors, Chapel Hill, NC. October 2016.
Evans, JP. NCGENES – The Application of Genomic Medicine. Chapel Hill Rotary Club, Chapel Hill, NC. March 2016.
Evans, JP. Return of Results in Research – ELSI Issues and Policies. Keynote for Annual Research Symposium, U of Colorado School of Medicine. November 2016.
Gail Jarvik. Incorporating segregation and allelic rules. American College of Medical Genetics Meeting, Tampa, FL. March 2016.
Gregory Cooper. Genomic Diagnoses for Children with Intellectual Disability and Developmental Delay. ACMG 2016, Tampa, FL. March 2016.
Gutierrez AM, Robinson JO, Statham EE, Slashinski MJ, Scollon S, Bergstrom KL, Street R, Parsons DW, Plon SE, McGuire AL, McCullough LB. Lost in Translation: How Medical Interpreters Modify the Communication of Whole Exome Sequencing Results during Translation for Spanish-Speaking Families. National Society of Genetic Counselors Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA. September 2016.
Heidi Rehm, Laura M Amendola, Michael Leo, Heather M McLaughlin, Yassmine Akkari, Michelle D Amaral, Jonathan Berg, Leslie G. Biesecker, Sawona Biswas, Kevin M. Bowling, Laura K Conlin, Greg M. Cooper, Michael O. Dorschner, Matthew C. Dulik, Arezou A. Ghazani, R Ghosh, Robert C Green, Ragan Hart, Carrie Horton, Jennifer J. Johnston, Matthew S. Lebo, Aleksandr Milosavljevic, Jeffrey Ou, C Pak, Ronak Patel, Sharon Plon, Sumit Punj, Carolyn Sue Richards, Joseph Salama, Natasha T. Strande, Yaping Yang and Gail P Jarvik. Performance of the ACMG/AMP Variant Interpretation Guidelines among Nine Laboratories in the Clinical Sequencing Exploratory Research (CSER) Consortium. Annual American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics Meeting, Tampa, FL. March 2016.
I.J. Richardson, J.K. Davis, C. Kirby, R.C. Green, P.A. Ubel, J.L. Vassy. Risk, recommendation, and rationale: How primary care providers interpret and manage genome sequencing results. ASHG Annual Meeting 2016, Vancouver Convention Center, West Building, Vancouver, Canada. October 2016.
J. Malek. Culpability and Responsibility in Parents’ Experiences with Genome Sequencing for Pediatric Cancer Patients. American Society for Bioethics and Humanities, Washington, DC. October 2016.
J. Malek, M.J. Slashinski, J.O. Robinson, A.M. Gutierrez; D.W. Parsons, S.E. Plon, A.L. McGuire, L.B. McCulloughÿ. Parental perspectives on whole exome sequencing in pediatric cancer: A typology of perceived utility. ASHG Annual Meeting 2016, Vancouver Convention Center, West Building, Vancouver, Canada. October 2016.
J.D. Milner, X. Yu, J.D. Hughes, Q.T. Le, G.H. Caughey; Y. Bai, T. Heller, M. Zhao, Y. Liu, M.P. O'Connell, N. Trivedi, C. Nelson, T. DiMaggio, H. Matthews, K.L. Lewis, A.J. Oler, R.J. Carlson, P.D. Arkwright, C. Hong; D.D. Metcalfe, T.M. Wilson, L.B. Schwartz, Y. Zhang, J.J. McElwee, M. Pao, S.C. Glover, M.E. Rothenberg; R.J. Hohman, L.G. Biesecker, J.J. Lyonsÿ. Increased alpha tryptase copy number at TPSAB1 is associated with common elevations in basal serum tryptase level and variably expressive syndromic comorbidity. ASHG Annual Meeting 2016, Vancouver Convention Center, West Building, Vancouver, Canada. October 2016.
J.L. Vassy, K.D. Christensen, E.F. Schonman, D. Dukhovny, P.M. Diamond, C.L. Blout, J. Oliver Robinson, J.B. Krier, M.F. Murray, A.L. McGuire, R.C. Green, for the MedSeq Projectÿ. Healthcare outcomes and costs after genome sequencing among healthy adults: Results of a randomized controlled trial.. ASHG Annual Meeting 2016, Vancouver Convention Center, West Building, Vancouver, Canada. October 2016.
J.O. Robinson, K.D. Christensen, P.M. Diamond, L. Jamal, K. Lee, H. Peoples, C. Blout, J.L. Vassy, R.C. Green, A.L. McGuire, for the MedSeq Projectÿ. Patients? perceived utility after receiving whole genome sequencing. ASHG Annual Meeting 2016, Vancouver Convention Center, West Building, Vancouver, Canada. October 2016.
James Evans, Robert Green, Sue Friedman, Kevin Kwok, Misha Angrist. Pro/Con: The Debate Around Direct-Access-Testing. Annual American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics Meeting, Tampa, FL. March 2016.
Jason Vassy and Carrie Blout. Genetics and Primary Care: Preparing Primary Care Physicians for the Future of Genomic Medicine. The National Society of Genetic Counselors, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Seattle, WA. October 2016.
Julia Wynn, Sarah Scollon, Laura Amendola, Carrie Blout, Sawona Biswas, Michael O Dorschner. The Negative Genome Conundrum: What to do when the most comprehensive genetic test is negative. National Society of Genetic Counselors Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA. September 2016.
K. Bergstrom, S. Scollon, T. Wang, S. Hilsenbeck, R. Raesz-Martinez, S. Gutierrez, D.W. Parsons, S.E. Plon. Patient Demographics in the Decision to Enroll or Decline Whole Exome Sequencing (WES) in the Pediatric Cancer Setting. National Society of Genetic Counselors Annual Education Conference, Seattle, WA. September 2016.
K. Bergstrom, S. Scollon, T. Wang, S. Hilsenbeck, R. Raez-Martinez, S. Gutierrez, D.W. Parsons, S.E. Plon. Patient Demographics in the Decision to Enroll or Decline Whole Exome Sequencing (WES) in the Pediatric Cancer Setting. National Society of Genetic Counselors Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA. September 2016.
K. Christensen, J.L. Vassy, A.L. Cirino, M.F. Murray, A.L. McGuire, R.C. Green, for the MedSeq Projectÿ. Cardiologists' responses to whole genome sequencing: Preliminary findings from the MedSeq Project. ASHG Annual Meeting 2016, Vancouver Convention Center, West Building, Vancouver, Canada. October 2016.
K. Sweet, A.C. Sturm, S. Hovick, T. Schmidlen, E.S. Gordon, K.E. Ormond, B.A. Bernhardt, J. O'Daniel, J. McElroy, L. Scheinfeldt, A.E. Toland, J.S. Roberts, M. Christman. Development of a practice model of genomic counseling for actionable complex disease and pharmacogenomics. ASHG Annual Meeting 2016, Vancouver Convention Center, West Building, Vancouver, Canada. October 2016.
K.A.B. Goddard, J.V. Davis, L. Jacob, C. McMullen, J.L. Holup, P. Foley, E.K. Cottrell, J.L. Schneider, B. Wilfondÿ. Assessing the acceptability of genomic services for community health centers that provide care for under-served populations. ASHG Annual Meeting 2016, Vancouver Convention Center, West Building, Vancouver, Canada. October 2016.
K.B. Brothers, K.M. East, W.V. Kelley, C.A. Rich, K.M. Bowling, E.M. Bebin, E.J. Lose, S. Simmons, J.A. Myers, G. Barsh, C. Finnila, D. Gray, S. Hiatt, N. Lamb, J. Whittle, M. Amaral, M. Thompson, R.M. Myers, M.A. Rothstein, G.M. Cooperÿ. Is knowledge power? Family-centered outcomes from genomic sequencing in children with intellectual disability. ASHG Annual Meeting 2016, Vancouver Convention Center, West Building, Vancouver, Canada. October 2016.
K.L. Engel, J.N. Cochran, A.A. Hardigan, M.D. Amaral, K.M. Bowling, C.R. Finila, S.M. Hiatt, M.L. Thompson, D.E. Gray, J.S. Whittle, W.V. Kelley, M.E. Cochran, K.M. East, N.E. Lamb, C.A. Rich, K.B. Brothers, E.J. Lose, S.B. Simmons, E.M. Bebin, G.S. Barsh, G.M. Cooper, R.M. Myers. Rapid in vitro evaluation of variants of uncertain significance from patients with developmental delay and/or intellectual disability. ASHG Annual Meeting 2016, Vancouver Convention Center, West Building, Vancouver, Canada. October 2016.
Kelly East, Marcia Eisenberg, Matthew Ferber, Robert Green. Satellite Symposium: The Rising Tide of Patient Initiated Testing: What are the Consequences for Patients and Health Professionals. Annual American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics Meeting, Tampa Convention Center, Tampa, FL. March 2016.
Kelly East, MS, CGC. Is Knowledge Power? Family-Centered Outcomes from Genomic Sequencing in Children with Intellectual Disability. American College of Medical Genetics Annual Meeting, Tampa, FL, USA. March 2016.
Kurt Christensen, E.F. Schonman, J.L. Vassy, H.L. Rehm, P.M. Diamond, J.S. Roberts, L.S. Lehmann, J.O. Robinson, R.C. Green, A.L. McGuire, for the MedSeq Project. Using Whole Genome Sequencing to Motivate Lifestyle Changes: Preliminary Findings from the MedSeq Project. Annual American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics Meeting, Tampa, FL. March 2016.
Kyle B. Brothers, Kelly M. East, F. Martha Wright, Carla A. Rich, Whitley V. Kelley, Matthew J. Westbrook, Michelle D. Amaral, Gregory S. Barsh, E. Martina Bebin, Kevin M. Bowling, Candice R. Finnila, David E. Gray, Susan M. Hiatt, Neil E. Lamb, Edward J. Lose, Richard M. Myers, Shirley Simmons, Jana S. Whittle, Gregory M. Cooper, Ellen Wright Clayton. Eliciting Preferences on Secondary Findings: The Preferences Instrument for Genomic Secondary Results (PIGSR). American College of Medical Genetics (ACMG) 2016 Annual Meeting, Tampa Convention Center, Tampa, Florida. March 2016.
L. Hoffman-Andrews, J.O. Robinson, C. Blout1, S. Kalia, R. Walsh, J. Krier, L. Jamal, A. L. McGuire, R.C. Green, for the MedSeq Project. The Association of Monogenic Findings from Whole Genome Sequencing with Known Phenotypes: 4 Case Studies. The Festival of Genomics, Boston, MA. August 2016.
Laura Amendola. Overview: The CSER variant bake-off. American College of Medical Genetics Meeting, Tampa, FL. March 2016.
Laura Amendola. The art of variant interpretation. Genetic Task Force of Illinois Educational Symposium, Chicago, IL. February 2016.
Laura M Amendola, Nina Tan, , Julianne O’Daniel, Fuki M. Hisama, Martha J. Horike-Pyne, Wylie Burke, Benjamin Wilfond, and Gail P. Jarvik.. Is Incidental Finding the Best Term? A Study of Patients’ Perspectives. American College of Medical Genetics Meeting, Tampa, FL . March 2016.
Lily Hoffman- Andrews, J.O. Robinson, C. Blout, S. Kalia, R. Walsh, J. Krier, L. Jamal, A. L. McGuire, R.C. Green, for the MedSeq Project. The Association of Monogenic Findings from Whole Genome Sequencing with Known Phenotypes: 4 Case Studies. Annual American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics Meeting, Tampa, FL. March 2016.
Lucia Hindorff, Elle Silverman, Charlisse Caga-Anan, Kelly Filipski, Dave Kaufman, Alex Lee, Jean McEwen; Katrina A.B. Goddard, Robert C. Green, Gail P. Jarvik, Steve Joffe, CSER Consortium; Chanita Hughes Halbert, Debra G.B. Leonard, Robert Nussbaum, Lucila Ohno-Machado, Mary Relling, Dan Roden, Carolyn M. Hutter. Future Opportunities in Clinical Sequencing: Themes from the Clinical Sequencing Exploratory Research (CSER) Program and a Strategic Planning Workshop. ACMG 2016, Tampa, Florida. March 2016.
Malek J, Pereira S, McCullough LB, McGuire AL, Parsons DW, Plon SE, Robinson JO, Slashinski MJ. Culpability and Responsibility in Parents’ Experiences with Genome Sequencing for Pediatric Cancer Patients. American Society for Bioethics and Humanities, Washington, DC. October 2016.
Malek JM, Slashinski MJ, Robinson JO, Gutierrez AM, McCullough LB, McGuire AM, Parsons DW, Plon SE. Parental Perspectives on Whole Exome Sequencing in Pediatric Cancer: A Typology of Perceived Utility. CSER Spring Meeting, Seattle, WA. April 2016.
Malek J, Slashinski MJ, Robinson JO, Gutierrez AM, Parsons DW, Plon SE, McGuire AL, McCullough LB. Parental Perspectives on Whole Exome Sequencing in Pediatric Cancer: A Typology of Perceived Utility. American Society of Human Genetics, Vancouver, Canada. October 2016.
Marian J. Gilmore, Pat Himes, Michael C. Leo, Elissa Morris, James V. Davis, Tia Kauffman, Jennifer Schneider, Carmit McMullen, Kellene Bergen, Frances Lynch, Jacob Reiss, Sue Richards, Sumit Punj, Gail P. Jarvik, Laura M. Amendola, Deborah A. Nickerson, Michael O. Dorschner, Benjamin Wilfond, Katrina A.B. Goddard. Lessons learned from a genome-scale carrier screening study: implications for research and practice . National Society of Genetic Counselors Meeting 2016, Washington State Conference Center, Seattle, WA. September 2016.
Michael Adams, Krunal Amin, Gloria Haskell, Zheng Fan, Jonathan Berg. Traditional diagnostic testing vs. Whole Exome Sequencing in evaluation of Neuromuscular Disorders. ACMG 2016, Tampa, FL. March 2016.
Michele C. Gornick. Cancer patients’ expectations of benefits from genome sequencing are not matched by post-test results: Findings from the MI-ONCOSEQ Study. ACMG 2016 Annual Clinical Genetics Meeting, Tampa, FL. March 2016.
Michelle Jacobs, Jessica Everett, Victoria Raymond, Kristen Hanson, Robert Lonigro, Pankaj Vats, Chandan Kumar, Jeff Innis, Elena Stoffel, Rajen Mody, Yi-Mi Wu, Dan Robinson, and Arul Chinnaiyan. Personal and Family History in Patients with High Penetrance Germline Findings Through Paired Tumor/Normal Sequencing. NSGC AEC, University of Michigan, Seattle, WA/USA. September 2016.
P. Himes, K. Bergen, M.J. Gilmore, J.A. Reiss, T.L. Kauffman, C.K. McMullen, J.V. Davis, M.C. Leo, J.L. Schneider, G.P. Jarvik, L.M. Amendola, M.O. Dorschner, D.A. Nickerson, C.S. Richards, S. Punj, D.K. Simpson, A. Rope, K.M. Porter, K.A.B. Goddard, B. Wilfondÿ. Preconception carrier testing using genome sequencing: What categories of results do patients want to receive?. ASHG Annual Meeting 2016, Vancouver Convention Center, West Building, Vancouver, Canada. October 2016.
Parsons DW. Clinical sequencing for pediatric solid tumor patients: Challenges and opportunities. Greehey Cancer Research Institute, Loeffler Seminar Series, San Antonio, TX. May 2016.
Parsons DW. Exomes and beyond: Clinical sequencing for pediatric solid tumor patients. Association for Cancer American Research 2016 Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA. April 2016.
Parsons DW. From discovery to diagnostics: Bringing genomics into the pediatric oncology clinic. Pediatric Oncology Seminar, Lurie Children's Hospital, Chicago, IL. January 2016.
Parsons DW. Implementation and evaluation of clinical sequencing for pediatric solid tumor patients. St. Jude Children's Research Hospital Developmental Biology and Solid Tumor Program Seminar, Memphis, TN. December 2016.
Parsons DW. Precision medicine for pediatric cancer patients: Where are we now and where are we going?. Childhood Cancer International Parents’ group and St. Baldrick’s Foundation Symposium, SIOP 2016 Congress, Dublin, Ireland. October 2016.
Parsons DW. Precision medicine: integrating genomic treatment selection into clinical trials and patient care. Childhood Cancer International Parents’ group and St. Baldrick’s Foundation Symposium, SIOP 2016 Congress, Dublin, Ireland. October 2016.
Parsons DW. Precision oncology for childhood cancer patients: ready for prime time. Human Genetics Center Seminar, University of Texas School of Public Health, Houston, TX. February 2016.
Parsons DW. Precision oncology in pediatrics: From pilot studies to prospective trials. Association for Cancer American Research 2016 Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA. April 2016.
Parsons DW. The genomic revolution: coming to the pediatric oncology clinic. Houston After Hours Network, Houston, TX. January 2016.
Petersen GM. Return of Genetic Results to Family Members of Deceased Research Participants. Cancer Genetics Forum, Oregon Health & Science University, Portland, OR. November 2016.
Plon SE. Benefits of Returning Germline Cancer Susceptibility Results. Association for Molecular Pathology Annual Meeting, Charlotte, NC. November 2016.
Plon SE, Scollon S, Bergstrom K, Wang T, Raesz-Martinez RA, Ramamurthy U, Muzny DM, Roy A, Hilsenbeck SG, Yang Y, Eng CM, Gibbs RA, Parsons DW. Can we predict which pediatric solid tumor and brain tumor patients carry germline cancer susceptibility mutations? Results from the BASIC3 study. American Society of Human Genetics Annual Meeting, Vancouver, Canada. October 2016.
Plon SE. Clinical genomics-the honeymoon is over. Festival of Genomics, San Diego, CA. September 2016.
Plon SE. Genomic Approaches to Unraveling Genetic Susceptibility to Childhood Cancer. Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Seminar, Seattle, WA. November 2016.
Plon SE. Genomic Approaches to Unraveling Genetic Susceptibility to Childhood Cancer. Uchida Lectureship, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada. April 2016.
Plon SE. Implementing clinical whole exome sequencing for the care of children with Mendelian disorders and cancer. Molecular Pathology and Genomics Grand Rounds, University of Minnesota, Minneappolis, MN. December 2016.
Plon SE. Implementing clinical whole exome sequencing for the care of children with Mendelian disorders and cancer. Pediatric Grand Rounds, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada. April 2016.
Plon SE. Implementing clinical whole exome sequencing for diagnosis of Mendelian disorders and pediatric cancer. Five Points Lecture, New York Genome Center, New York, NY. January 2016.
Plon SE. Insights into Genetic Predisposition to Childhood Cancer from Genomic Sequencing Studies. Annual Colloquium NCI Interdisciplinary Training Grant in Cancer Research, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Seminar, Seattle, WA. November 2016.
Plon SE. The results of a clinical exome sequencing trial in a diverse pediatric cancer clinic population. American Association of Cancer Research Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA. April 2016.
Presenters:, Michael Dorschner, Allison Cirino, Laura Amendolas, Sarah Scollon, Julia Wynn, Sawaona Biswas. The Negative Genome Conundrum: What To Do When the Most Comprehensive Genetic Test is Negative. National Society of Genetic Counselors Meeting 2016, Washington State Conference Center, Seattle, WA. September 2016.
Presenters:, Sarah Scollon, Julia Wynn, Katie Lewis. The Results are In! Clinicians' Experience in Returning Results for Genomic Sequencing. National Society of Genetic Counselors Meeting 2016, Washington State Conference Center, Seattle, WA. September 2016.
Punj S, Creason A, Huang J, Potter A, Dorscher M, Nickerson D, Robertson P, Jarvik G, Amendola L, Kostiner Simpson D, Rope A, Reiss J, Kauffman T, Gilmore M, Himes P, Wilfond B, Goddard K, Richards CS. Carrier Screening Using a Genomic Approach: Future Directions for Clinical Laboratory Testing?. Association for Molecular Pathology, Charlotte, NC. November 2016.
Punj S, Creason A, Huang J, Potter A, Dorscher M, Nickerson D, Robertson P, Jarvik G, Amendola L, Kostiner Simpson D, Rope A, Reiss J, Kauffman T, Gilmore M, Himes P, Wilfond B, Goddard K, Richards CS. Carrier Screening Using a Genomic Approach: Future Directions for Clinical Laboratory Testing?. Association for Molecular Pathology, Charlotte, NC. November 2016.
Pyeritz RE. How Ready Are We for the $1000 Genome?. Arnold M. Clark Memorial Lecture, University of Delaware. April 2016.
R. Street, S. Scollon, K. Bergstrom, T. Wang, L. McCullough, M. Slashinski, A. Gutierrez, A. McGuire, S. Plon, D. Parsons. How Clinicians and Parents Discuss Whole Exome Sequencing Results in Pediatric Cancer. International Conference on Communication in Healthcare, Heidelberg, Germany. October 2016.
R. Street, S. Scollon, K. Bergstrom, T. Wang, L. McCullough, M. Slashinski, A. Gutierrez, A. McGuire, S. Plon, D. Parsons. How Clinicians and Parents Discuss Whole Exome Sequencing Results in Pediatric Cancer. International Conference on Communication in Healthcare, Heidelberg, Germany. September 2016.
Ragan Hart, Laura Amendola, Martha Horike-Pyne, Susan B. Trinidad, S. Malia Fullerton, David Veenstra, Wylie Burke, and Gail P. Jarvik. Patients’ Preferences for Receiving Incidental Findings in Clinical Sequencing. 2016 ACMG Meeting, Tampa Convention Center, Tampa, FL. March 2016.
Reiss JA, Wilfond B, Lynch F, Kauffman TL, Schneider J, McMullen C, Leo MC, Davis J, Gilmore M, Himes P, Morris E, Richards CS, Punj S, Jarvik GP, Amendola L, Nickerson D, Goddard KAB . Genome Sequencing Carrier Testing in Preconception Women For a Large Number of Autosomal Recessive and X-Linked Recessive Gene Disorders. International Congress of Human Genetics, Kyoto International Conference Center, Kyoto, Japan. April 2016.
Robert C. Green. The MedSeq and BabySeq Projects: Randomized Trials in Genomic Medicine. BioData World USA 2016, Boston, MA. September 2016.
S. Punj, A. Creason, J. Huang, A. Potter, M.O. Dorschner, D.A. Nickerson, G.P. Jarvik, L.M. Amendola, D. Kostiner Simpson, A. Rope, J. Reiss, T. Kauffman, M. Gilmore, P. Himes, B. Wilfond, K.A.B. Goddard, C.S. Richards, on behalf of the NextGen Project Team. Genome sequencing in a ?healthy? population: Challenges of variant interpretation. ASHG Annual Meeting 2016, Vancouver Convention Center, West Building, Vancouver, Canada. October 2016.
S.A. Walser, A. Werner-Lin, S. Biswas, R. Mueller, B.A. Bernhardtÿ. Exploring the content and process of returning results from exome sequencing. ASHG Annual Meeting 2016, Vancouver Convention Center, West Building, Vancouver, Canada. October 2016.
S.B. Trinidad, S.M. Fullerton, L.M. Amendola, W. Burke, G.P. Jarvik. Genomics in family medicine: Views of community-based providers. ASHG Annual Meeting 2016, Vancouver Convention Center, West Building, Vancouver, Canada. October 2016.
S.E. Plon, S. Scollon, K. Bergstrom, T. Wang, R.A. Raesz-Martinez, U. Ramamurthy, D.M. Muzny, A. Roy, S.G. Hilsenbeck, Y. Yang, C.M. Eng, R.A. Gibbs, D.W. Parsonsÿ. Can we predict which pediatric solid tumor and brain tumor patients carry germline cancer susceptibility mutations? Results from the BASIC3 study. ASHG Annual Meeting 2016, Vancouver Convention Center, West Building, Vancouver, Canada. October 2016.
S.M. Fullerton, L.M. Amendola, M. Horike-Pyne, S.B. Trinidad, B.J. Evans, W. Burke, G.P. Jarvik. Discordance in selected designee for return and the legal recipient of genomic findings in the event of participant death. ASHG Annual Meeting 2016, Vancouver Convention Center, West Building, Vancouver, Canada. October 2016.
S.M. Fullerton, L.M. Amendola, M. Horike-Pyne, S.B. Trinidad, B.J. Evans, W. Burke, G.P. Jarvik. Discordance in selected designee for return and the legal recipient of genomic findings in the event of participant death. ASHG Annual Meeting 2016, Vancouver Convention Center, West Building, Vancouver, Canada. October 2016.
Sara Ackerman, Barbara Koenig. “We’re Making This up As We Go Along”: Laboratories’ Secondary Findings Reporting Policies for Clinical Whole Exome Sequencing. ACMG 2016, Tampa, FL. March 2016.
Sarah Scollon. Genetic Counseling in the Genomic Era. Next Generation Dx Summit, Washington, DC. August 2016.
Sarah Scollon. Genetic Counseling in the Genomic Era. Next Generation Dx Summit, Washington, DC. August 2016.
Sarah Scollon. Journal club presentation of "Diagnostic Yield of Clinical Tumor and Germline Whole Exome Sequencing for Children with Solid Tumors". Genetic Counseling Jourmal Club, Baylor College of Medicine. July 2016.
Sarah Scollon, Katie Bergstrom, Tao Wang, Andrea K. Petersen, Robin Kerstein, Christine M. Eng, Richard A. Gibbs, Yaping Yang, Susan G. Hilsenbeck, D. Williams Parsons, Sharon E. Plon. The landscape of variants of unknown significance in whole exome sequencing reports of pediatric oncology patients: Does ethnicity, race, age and tumor type matter?. American College of Medical Genetics 2016, Tampa, Florida. March 2016.
Sarah Scollon, Julia Wynn, Katie Lewis. The Results are In! Clinicians' Experience in Returning Results for Genomic Sequencing. National Society of Genetic Counselors Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA. September 2016.
Scollon S, Bergstrom K, Wang T, Petersen AK, Kerstein R, Eng CM, Gibbs RA, Yang Y, Hilsenbeck SG, Parsons DW, Plon SE. The landscape of variants of unknown significance in whole exome sequencing reports of pediatric oncology patients: Does ethnicity, race, age and tumor type matter?. American College of Medical Genetics, Tampa, FL. March 2016.
Scott Roberts, Archana D. Bharadwaj Pamela M. Diamond, Jill O. Robinson, Kurt D. Christensen, Robert C. Green, and Amy L. McGuire, for the MedSeq Project team. Patient Understanding and Satisfaction Regarding the Clinical Use of Whole Genome Sequencing: Findings from the MedSeq Project. Annual American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics Meeting, Tampa, FL. March 2016.
Sharon Plon. The results of a clinical exome sequencing trial in a diverse pediatric cancer clinic population. American Association for Cancer Research 2016 Annual Meeting, New Orleans. April 2016.
Sharp R, McGowan M, Garrett JR, Juengst E. Interim Results from an International Initiative on Preserving Patient Rights in the Era of Genomics. ELSI 2.0 & EUCelLEX Symposium, International Association of Bioethics, Edinburgh, Scotland. June 2016.
Stacy Gray, MD, Ken Offitt, MD, Michael Berger, MD, Banu Arun, MD, Lukas Wartman, MD. Pre-Annual Meeting Educational Program: Genetics and Genomics for the Practicing Clinician: Case-Based Course. American Society of Clinical Oncology, Chicago, Illinois. June 2016.
Stacy W. Gray. Optimizing the dissemination and implementation of precision cancer medicine through health services research. AACR, New Orleans, LA. April 2016.
Stephanie (Malia) Fullerton, Diane M. Korngiebel, Wylie Burke. Addressing patient safety in genomic medicine: views of medical genetics professionals. ACMG 2016, Tampa Bay, FL. March 2016.
Susan M. Hiatt, Michelle D. Amaral, Gregory S. Barsh, E. Martina Bebin, Kevin M. Bowling, Kyle B. Brothers, Kelly M. East, Candice R. Finnila, David E. Gray, Whitley V. Kelley, Neil E. Lamb, Edward J. Lose, Richard M. Myers, Carla A. Rich, Shirley B. Simmons, Jana S. Whittle, Gregory M. Cooper. Reanalysis of Exomes with No Results or Variants of Uncertain Significance Leads to New Diagnoses. ACMG 2016, Tampa, FL. March 2016.
T. Kauffman, K. Porter, K. Goddard, G. Jarvik, H. Rehm, L. Amendola, J. Berg, M. Dulik, W. Chung, L. Conlin, K. Bergstrom, S. Biswas, L. Biesecker, K. Lewis, J. Johnston, B. Wilfond.. Variable approaches for disclosure of carrier results in clinical genomic sequencing research. American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics, Tampa, Florida, USA. March 2016.
T.L. Kauffman, K. Bergen, M.J. Gilmore, P. Himes, M.C. Leo, F. Lynch, L.M. Amendola, S. Punj, P.D. Robertson, C. McMullen, C.S. Richards, D.A. Nickerson, G.P. Jarvik, B.S. Wilfond, K.A.B. Goddard. Satisfaction with receiving genome sequencing results in a preconception population: Implications for future large scale sequencing. ASHG Annual Meeting 2016, Vancouver Convention Center, West Building, Vancouver, Canada. October 2016.
Trinidad, Susan B.. Genomics in family medicine: views of community-based providers. American Society of Human Genetics 2016 Annual Meeting, Vancouver, BC. October 2016.
W. Burke, L. Amendola, E. Clayton, R. Green, J. Harris-Wai, G. Henderson, G. Jarvik, B. Koenig, L. Lehmann, A. McGuire, P. O'Rourke, C. Somkin, B. Wilfond, S. Wolfÿ. Negotiating the research-clinical interface in genomic medicine: Analysis from the CSER Consortium. ASHG Annual Meeting 2016, Vancouver Convention Center, West Building, Vancouver, Canada. October 2016.
Werner-Lin A. Bridging the therapeutic gap: Partnering psychosocial research and practice with the evolution of genomic sequencing. Grand Rounds, Melbourne, Australia. August 2016.
Werner-Lin A. Challenges of returning secondary exome sequencing findings to families in a pediatric disease cohort in the United States: Informed consent to return of results. 40th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Human Genetics Society of Australasia, Hobart, Australia. August 2016.
Werner-Lin A. Psychosocial genomics research in the era of genome sequencing: From bench to bedside. 40th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Human Genetics Society of Australasia, Hobart, Australia. August 2016.
Werner-Lin A. Whole exome and genome sequencing for diagnostics and research. 40th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Human Genetics Society of Australasia, Hobart, Australia. August 2016.
Whitley V. Kelley, Kelly M. East, Kyle B. Brothers, Carla A Rich, Michelle D. Amaral, Gregory S. Barsh, E. Martina Bebin, Kevin M. Bowling, Candice R. Finnila, David E. Gray, Susan M. Hiatt, Neil E. Lamb, Edward J. Lose, John A. Myers, Richard M. Myers, Shirley B. Simmons, Jana S. Whittle, Gregory M. Cooper. Expecting the unexpected: secondary finding preferences and outcomes in families of children with developmental delay. American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics (ACMG) Annual Meeting, Tampa Convention Center, Tampa, FL. March 2016.
Will Parsons. Exomes and beyond: Clinical sequencing for pediatric solid tumor patients. American Association for Cancer Research 2016 Annual Meeting, New Orleans. April 2016.
Will Parsons. Precision oncology in pediatrics: From pilot studies to prospective trials. American Association for Cancer Research 2016 Annual Meeting, New Orleans, Lousiana. April 2016.
Wolf SM. The Challenge of RoR in Genomic Medicine. UMN Distinguished Faculty Luncheon, Minneapolis, MN. November 2016.
Wolf SM. The Challenge of RoR in Genomic Medicine. UMN Dept of Pediatrics Grand Rounds, Minneapolis, MN. December 2016.
Wynn J. "The CSER tool box of validated measure". NSGC Online Course " A clinical Focus on Genetics, Genomic and Genetic Counseling". August 2016.
Wynn J. The results are in!: Disclosing results from exome sequencing. National Society of Genetic Counselors, Seattle, WA. September 2016.

2015

Amendola, Laura. Current roles of genetic counselors in variant sign-out practices for exome and genome sequencing tests at research and clinical laboratories . National Society of Genetic Counselors Meeting 2015, Pittsburg, PA. October 2015.
Bush LW, Rothenberg K, King N, Lewis, M, Wolf SM. Exploring the shifting moral landscape as NBS evolves into NBSeq: The paradoxes in pandora's box portrayed through a vignette-play. ASBH Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA. February 2015.
C.L. Blout, H.L. Rehm, A.L. McGuire, J. Krier, J.L. Vassy, H.M. McLaughlin, C.E. Seidman, C.A. MacRae, C.Y. Ho, J.O. Robinson, K.D.Christensen, D.R. Azzariti, O. Ceyhan-Birsoy, M.S. Lebo, K. Machini, M.F. Murray1, R.C. Green. The MedSeq Project: Exploring the Integration of Whole Genome Sequencing into the Practice of Medicine. The MedSeq Project: Exploring the Integration of Whole Genome Sequencing into the Practice of Medicine. Broad Retreat 2015, Boston, MA. December 2015.
Carrie Blout. A glimpse into the future: Disclosure of genomic sequencing results by non-genetics physicians. The National Society of Genetic Counselors, Annual Education Conference, The David L. Lawrence Convention Center, Pittsburgh, PA. October 2015.
Carrie Blout, Jill Oliver Robinson, Amy McGuire, Pam Diamond, Kurt Christensen, Leila Jamal, Robert Green. Incorporation of whole genome sequencing results into the electronic medical record: Attitudes of MedSeq Project participants. . The American Society of Human Genetics- Annual Meeting. Session 53, The Baltimore Convention Center/ Hilton Baltimore Hotel, Baltimore, MD. October 2015.
Catherine Crawford. Clinical Sequencing in the National Institutes of Health's Clinical Sequencing Exploratory Research (CSER) Program. American Association for Cancer Research Annual Meeting, Philadelphia Convention Center, Philadelphia, PA. April 2015.
Charlisse Caga-Anan. The Clinical Sequencing Exploratory Research (CSER) Program: Investigating the Actionability of Tumor Sequencing Variants. American Association for Cancer Research Annual Meeting, Philadelphia Convention Center, Philadelphia, PA. April 2015.
Chung WK. Translational Considerations in Genomic Sampling. TransCEER Workshop to Explore the Ethical, Legal and Social Implications (ELSI) of Inclusivity and Representation in Precision Medicine: What Will Success Look Like?, New York, NY. January 2015.
Danielle Metterville, Danielle Metterville, Heather McLaughlin, Kalotina Machini, Ozge Birsoy, Matthew Lebo, Robert Green, Heidi Rehm for the MedSeq Project. Expanding the Criteria for Reporting Secondary Findings: Experience from the MedSeq Project. ACMG, Partners HealthCare Personalized Medicine, Cambridge, MA, Salt Lake City, UT/USA. March 2015.
Dmitry Dukhovny, Kurt Christensen, Jason Vassy, Danielle Azzariti, Christine Lu, Heidi Rehm, Amy McGuire, Robert Green. Short-term costs of integrating genome sequencing into clinical care: Preliminary results from the MedSeq Project. . The American Society of Human Genetics- Annual Meeting. Session 53, The Baltimore Convention Center/ Hilton Baltimore Hotel, Baltimore, MD. October 2015.
E. Charlisse Caga-anan, Sheri Schully, Carolyn Hutter, Gail Jarvik, Will Parsons, Dan Robinson, Nikhil Wagle. The Clinical Sequencing Exploratory Research (CSER) Program: Investigating the Actionability of Tumor Sequencing Variants. American Association for Cancer Research Annual Meeting, Philadelphia Convention Center, Philadelphia, PA. April 2015.
Elisabeth Rosenthal, B. H. Shirts, L. Amendola, C. Gallego, M. Horike-Pyne, P. D. Robertson, P. H. Byers, C. Nefcy, D. Veenstra, F. Hisama, R. Bennett, M. O. Dorschner, D. Nickerson, D. Crosslin, R. Nassir, N. Zubair, T. Harrison, U. Peters, G. P. Jarvik. Exome sequencing provides evidence of pathogenicity for genes implicated in the development of colorectal cancer.. ASHG 2015 Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD / United States. October 2015.
Gail P. Jarvik, Joseph S. Salama, Laura M. Amendola, Paul S. Appelbaum, Jonathan S. Berg, Lesli G. Biesecker, Arul M. Chinnaiyan, Wendy K. Chung, Ellen E. Clayton, Greg Cooper, James P. Evans, Levi A. Garraway, Jeremy R. Garrett, Gail E. Henderson, Ingrid A. Holm, Steven Joffe, Barbara A. Koenig, Bartha M. Knoppers, Ian D. Krantz, Pasi A. Janne, Michelle H. Huckaby-Lewis, Richard M. Myers, Donald W. Parsons, Gloria M. Petersen, Sharon E. Plon, Richard R. Sharp, Nancy B. Spinner, Holly K. Tabor, Benjamin Wilfond, Susan R. Wolf, Charlisse F. Caga-Anan, Carolyn M. Hutter22, Jean E. McEwen, Lucia A. Hindorff, Katrina A.B. Goddard, Robert C. Green, The CSER Consortium. Clinical Sequencing Exploratory Research: Integrating Genomic Sequencing into the Clinic. ACMG Annual Clinical Genetics Meeting, American College of Medical Genetics, Salt Lake City, Utah. March 2015.
Green RC, Wolf SM, McGuire A, Burke W, Terry SF. Reporting of incidental findings. Institute of Medicine 20th Meeting of the Roundtable on Translating Genomic-Based Research for Health, Washington, DC. January 2015.
Heather McLaughlin, Laura Amendola, Ragan Hart, Julianne M. O'Daniel, Joseph Salama, Wendy Chung, Heidi Rehm. Developing Best Practices for Laboratories Supporting the Interpretation and Reporting of Results from Genomic Sequencing . ACMG, Laboratory for Molecular Medicine, Partners Personalized Medicine, Cambridge, MA, Salt Lake City, UT/USA. March 2015.
Heidi L. Rehm, Ph.D., FACMG. ACMG Short Course: Clinical Exome Sequencing: Comparison of Practices Across Labs. ACMG Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, Utah. March 2015.
Heidi L. Rehm, Ph.D., FACMG. Big Data Meets Big Sequencing – A Vision for the Future: "Deciphering the Genome: Community-Driven Approaches". ACMG Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, Utah. March 2015.
Heidi L. Rehm. Community-Based Standards and Approaches to the Interpretation of Genomic Variation. NSGC 2015 Annual Meeting, Pittsburg, PA. October 2015.
Heidi Rehm. Why is this important? Using phenotypes to support genomic interpretation and discovery. ASHG 2015 Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD/United States. October 2015.
Holly K. Tabor, J. Crouch, S Nelson, KB Shutske, SM Jamal, Shankar A, Bamshad MJ.. We all get dealt our cards": participant responses to return of secondary results from scone sequencing. ASHG 2015 Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD / United States. October 2015.
Jacob A Reiss, MD, Jennifer L. Schneider, MPH; Katrina A.B. Goddard, PhD; James Davis, BA; Benjamin Wilfond, MD; Tia L. Kauffman, MPH; Marian Gilmore, MS, CGC; Patricia Himes, MS, CGC; Frances Lynch, PhD; Michael C Leo, PhD; and Carmit McMullen, PhD.. “Is it worth knowing?” Perceived utility of expanded preconception carrier screening using genome sequencing. American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics, Salt Lake Palace Convention Center, Salt Lake City, Utah. March 2015.
Jarvik GP, Amendola LM, McLaughlin H, Leo M, Milosavljevic A, Horton C, Ghosh R, Dorschner M, Punj S, Pak C, Akkari Y, Salama J, Cooper G, Biesecker L, Conlin LK, Biswas S, Dulik M, Ghazani A, Strande NT, Yang Y, Van Allen E, Wagle N, Green RC, Krantz I, Chinnaiyan A, Berg JS, Evans JP, Garraway L, Goddard KAB, Spinner N, Plon SE, Richards S, and Rehm HL. Performance of ACMG variant classification guidelines within and among 9 CLIA labs in the Clinical Sequencing Exploratory Research (CSER) Consortium. ASHG Annual Genetics Meeting, Baltimore, MD. October 2015.
Jason Vassy, Kurt Christensen, Dmitry Dukhovny, Carrie Blout, Jill Oliver Robinson, Joel Krier, Michael Murray, Amy McGuire, Robert Green. Impact of genome sequencing on the medical care of healthy adults.. The American Society of Human Genetics- Annual Meeting. Session 53, The Baltimore Convention Center/ Hilton Baltimore Hotel, Baltimore, MD. October 2015.
Joel Krier, Carrie Blout, Denise Lautenbach, Jason Vassy, Jill Oliver Robinson, Margaret Helm, Kaitlyn Lee, Michael Murray, Robert Green. Communication and management of genomic sequencing results by non-geneticist physicians.. The American Society of Human Genetics- Annual Meeting. Session 53, The Baltimore Convention Center/ Hilton Baltimore Hotel, Baltimore, MD. October 2015.
Jonathan Berg & Jim Evans. NCGENES and approaches to ROR. Address to Duke University’s Institute of Personalized Medicine, Duke University, Durham, NC. March 2015.
Julia Wynn, I will be presenting data from our paper on our clinical population "The usefulness of whole-exome sequencing in routine clinical practice."Genet Med. 2014 Dec;16(12):922-31. PMID: 24901346. Experience of WES in a Pediatric and Adult Genetics Practice. Pre-Conference Symposium: Diagnostic Exome Sequencing as the Standard of Care, NSGC, Pittsburgh, PA. October 2015.
Katie L Bergstrom. Assessing Documentation of Cancer Family History in the Pediatric Oncology Setting. National Society of Genetic Counselors, Baylor College of Medicine, Pittsburgh, PA. October 2015.
Katrina AB Goddard, Himes P, Amendola L, Berg J, Dorschner MO, Gilmore M, Harding C, Kauffman TL, Morris E, Nickerson D, Reiss JA, Richards CS, Rope AF, Simpson DK, Wilfond B, Jarvik GP. Establishing criteria for the return of results from genome sequencing for the purpose of carrier screening. . American Society of Human Genetics Annual Meeting, Baltimore, Maryland. October 2015.
Kelly East, MS, CGC, Kevin Bowling, Michelle Amaral, Catherine Penfold, Jana Whittle, Corneliu Henegar, Shirley Simmons, Martina Bebin, Edward Lose, Kyle Brothers, Gregory Barsh, Richard Myers, and Gregory Cooper. Genomic Diagnosis in Children with Developmental Delay/Intellectual Disability. ACMG Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT. March 2015.
Kelly East, Kyle Brothers, Kevin Bowling, Shirley Simmons, Martina Bebin, Edward Lose, Whitley Kelley, Gregory S. Barsh, Richard M. Myers and Gregory M. Cooper. Secondary Finding Preferences in Whole Genome Sequencing: experiences with a large developmental delay cohort. NSGC, Pittsburg, PA. October 2015.
Kelly East, Kyle Brothers, Kevin Bowling, Shirley Simmons, Martina Bebin, Edward Lose, Whitley Kelley, Gregory S. Barsh, Richard M. Myers and Gregory M. Cooper. Secondary Finding Preferences in Whole Genome Sequencing: experiences with a large developmental delay cohort. AHSG, Baltimore, MD. October 2015.
Kurt Christensen, Maren Scheuner, Judy Garber, Heidi Rehm, Robert Green. Responses of primary care physicians to unsolicited secondary findings about Lynch Syndrome.. The American Society of Human Genetics- Annual Meeting. Session 53, The Baltimore Convention Center/ Hilton Baltimore Hotel, Baltimore, MD. October 2015.
Laura M Amendola, Martha Horike-Pyne, Susan Trinidad, Stephanie M Fullerton, Wylie Burke, Gail P Jarvik. Considerations for consent and return of exome and genome sequencing results to relatives in the event of the patient’s death. ACMG Annual Clinical Genetics Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT. March 2015.
Laura M Amendola. How to educate/counsel patients about WES and secondary findings. Short course on exome sequencing, ACMG Annual Clinical Genetics Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT. March 2015.
Lucia Hindorff, NHGRI Program Staff: Alex Lee, Ken Wiley, Jr., Carolyn M. Hutter, Heather A. Junkins, Rongling Li, Ebony Madden, Erin M. Ramos, Heidi J. Sofia, Anastasia L. Wise, Teri A. Manolio. NHGRI’s clinical and medical informatics portfolio: integrating bytes, base pairs and bedside. ACMG Annual Clinical Genetics Meeting, Salt Palace Convention Center, Salt Lake City, UT. March 2015.
Margaret Helm, Saskia Sanderson, Kurt Christensen, Daiva Nielsen, Tina Hambuch, Madeleine Ball, Michael Linderman, Nathaniel Pearson, Victoria Raymond, J. Scott Roberts, George Church, Eric Schadt, Robert Green. Attitudes about data sharing in the age of personal genome sequencing: Preliminary findings from the PeopleSeq Study.. The American Society of Human Genetics- Annual Meeting., The Baltimore Convention Center/ Hilton Baltimore Hotel, Baltimore, MD.. October 2015.
Margaret Helm. Predispositional genome sequencing in healthy adults: First findings from the PeopleSeq study. The National Society of Genetic Counselors, Annual Education Conference, The David L. Lawrence Convention Center, Pittsburgh, PA. October 2015.
Matthew Dulik, Laura Conlin, Sawona Biswas, Vijay Jayaraman, Mindy Li, Ian Krantz, Nancy Spinner. Impact and implementation of benchmarking frequency thresholds for variant filtering in clinical diagnostics. . ASHG, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Baltimore, MD. October 2015.
Michele Gornick, Natalie Bartnik, Lan Q Le, Arul Chinnaiyan, J Scott Roberts. Precision Medicine: Why, How and When Oncologists Disclose Genome Sequencing Results in Clinical Practice. ACMG, Salt Lake City, Utah. March 2015.
Michele Gornick, Erica Sutton, Nicole Exe, Kerry Ryan, Aaron Scherer, Wendy Uhlmann, J. Scott Roberts, Scott Kim and Raymond De Vries. The public’s preferences for the return of secondary findings identified through genome sequencing: Information and deliberation make a difference. ACMG, Salt Lake City, Utah. March 2015.
Pat Himes, Lynch, F.L., Gilmore, M.J., Morris, E.M., Reiss, J.A., Kauffman, T.L., McMullen, C., Davis, J.V., Leo, M.C., Schneider, J.L., Goddard, K.A.B., Wilfond, B. Economic impact of genome sequencing for preconception carrier screening: the time costs for genetic counseling. American Society of Human Genetics Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD. October 2015.
Patrick Mathias, Peter Tarczy-Hornoch, Brian Shirts. Costs of clinical decision support for genomic tests may be greater than the cost of initial genomic testing. ASHG 2015 Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD / United States. October 2015.
Plon SE. Returning Diagnostic, Uncertain and Incidental Genomic Results. American Society of Hematology, Orlando, FL. December 2015.
Samantha Wiley, Ashley Tomlinson, Laura Conway, Connie Ulrich, Barbara Bernhardt. Informed Consent in Pediatric Genome-Wide Sequencing: Content of Informed Consent Sessions and Parental Understanding . 2015 ACMG Annual Clinical Genetics Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT. March 2015.
Sarah Scollon, L. B. McCullough, K. Bergstrom, R. A. Kerstein, D. W. Parsons, S. E. Plon, R. L. Street Jr.. The return of whole exome sequencing results in a pediatric cancer setting: What is being said?. ASHG Session 53. The Real World: Translating Sequencing into the Clinic, Baltimore, MD. October 2015.
Sarah Scollon. Frontline Experiences in Obtaining Informed Consent for Genomic Sequencing. ACMG, Salt Lake City, Utah. March 2015.
Sarah Scollon, Katie Bergstrom, Robin Kerstein, Christine M. Eng, Yaping Yang, Williams Parsons, Sharon E. Plon. “Clinical Follow-up of Diagnostic and Incidental Whole Exome Sequencing Findings in Childhood Cancer Patients in the BASIC3 Trial” . ACMG, Salt Lake City, Utah. March 2015.
Seema Jamal, J. Yu, J. Crouch, A. Shankar, M. J. Bamshad, H. K. Tabor. My46 usability and preferences for results among African Americans. ASHG 2015 Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD / United States. October 2015.
Sharon Plon, Brian H. Shirts, Joseph Salama, Sandy Aronson, Wendy Chung, Robert R. Freimuth, Stacy Gray, Lucia A. Hindorff, Rongling Li, Justin Starren, Peter Tarczy-Hornoch, Eli Van Allen, Karen Weck, Marc S. Williams and Casey Overby. Display of Genetic Information in the Electronic Health Record: From Varied Chaos to Everything in Its Place. American College of Medical Genetics, Salt Lake City, UT. March 2015.
Sharon Plon, Jaclyn Biegel, David Malkin, Joshua Schiffman and Lisa Wang. Germline Alterations and Susceptibility to Childhood Cancer. American Association of Cancer Research Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA. April 2015.
Sharon Plon. Reporting Germline Findings from Clinical Genome Sequencing Trials . Meet the Expert Session; American Association of Cancer Research, Philadelphia, PA. April 2015.
Sharon Plon. Use of Exomes/RNA-Seq in Oncology. ACMG Short Course: Clinical Exome Sequencing, Salt Lake City, UT. March 2015.
Sumit Punj, Akkari Y, Dorschner MO, Nickerson DA, Jarvik GP, Amendola LM, Simpson DK, Rope A, Reiss J, Kennedy K, Quigley DI, Berg J, Harding C, Kauffman T, Gilmore M, Himes P, Wilfond B, Goddard KAB, Richards CS on behalf of the NextGen Project Team. Classifying Variants Detected by Whole Genome Sequencing of a Healthy Population: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly. . American Society of Human Genetics Annual Meeting, Baltimore, Maryland. October 2015.
Tia Kauffman, Gilmore M, Himes P, Morris E, Akkari Y, Amendola L, Davis J, Dorschner MO, Jarvik G, Leo M, McMullen C, Nickerson D, Pak C. Punj S, Reiss JA, Schneider J, Richards CS, Simpson DK, Rope AF, Robertson P, Wilfond B, Goddard KAB. Preconception genome sequencing and patient choice: The psychosocial impact of adverse results. . American Society of Human Genetics Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD. October 2015.
Vijay Jayaraman, Jenica Abrudan, Mindy Li, Ian Slack, Ariella Sasson, Matthew Dulik, Sawona Biswas, Elizabeth DeChene, Mingie Luo, Irene Scarano, Rick Tilton, Sarah Noon, Alisha Wilkens, Xiohan Ying, Laura Conlin, Jeffrey Pennington, Nancy Spinner, Ian Krantz. Utility and limitations of exome sequencing as diagnostic tool for bilateral sensorineural hearing loss. . ASHG, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Baltimore, MD. October 2015.
Wolf SM. Ethical challenges in translational genomics:return of results & incidental findings. Ohio State University lecture on, Columbus, OH. February 2015.
Yassmine M Akkari Ph.D, Sumit Punj, Marvin Yoshitomi, Michael Dorschner, Deborah Nickerson, Gail Jarvik, Laura Amendola, Dana Kostiner-Simpson, Alan Rope, Marian Gilmore, Patricia Himes, Kathleen Kennedy, Denise Quigley, Cary Harding, Jonathan Berg, Jacob Reiss, Tia Kauffman, Benjamin Wilfond, Katrina Goddard, Sue Richards.. Carrier Screening Using Whole Genome Sequencing in a Healthy Population: Is the Future Now?. American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics, Salt Palace Convention Center, Salt Lake City, UT. March 2015.

2014

Leslie Biesecker, Barbara Biesecker and Paul Han. ASHG/ESHG Building Bridges Session: Evolving Uncertainties in Genomic Medicine. ASHG Plenary Session, NHGRI and ASHG, San Diego, CA. October 2014.
A. K. M. Foreman, J. K. Booker, L. Boshe, K. R. Crooks, J. P. Evans, B. C. Jensen, K. Lee, D. K. Nelson, J. M. O'Daniel, B. C. Powell, C. M. Powell, M. I. Roche, C. Skrzynia, N. T. Strande, K. E. Weck, K. C. Wilhelmsen, J. S. Berg. Clinical actionability of incidental findings: application of a semiquantitative metric to assess actionability of over 1200 genes. ASHG, San Diego, CA. October 2014.
Akkari YMN, Dorschner MO, Amendola L, Jarvik GP, Nickerson DA, Wilfond B, Goddard KAB, Richards CS on behalf of the NextGen Study Team.. Carrier Screen using Whole Genome Sequencing: Basic Genetic Concepts Revisited. Annual Association of Molecular Pathology meeting, National Harbor, MD. November 2014.
Amendola LM. "The evolution of hereditary cancer susceptibility genetic testing: the clinical utility of integrating whole exome and genome sequencing into the practice of cancer genetic counselors". NSGC Annual Education Meeting, Ernest N Morial Convention Center, New Orleans, LA. January 2014.
Amendola, Laura. Cases demonstrating counseling issues in genomic medicine. American Society of Human Genetics, San Diego, CA. October 2014.
Amendola, Laura. The evolution of hereditary cancer susceptibility genetic testing: the clinical utility of integrating whole exome and genome sequencing into the practice of cancer genetic counselors. National Society of Genetic Counselors Annual Education Meeting, New Orleans, LA. October 2014.
Amy McGuire. There is no genome for the human spirit. TedMed 2014, Online. August 2014.
Amy McGuire, Gail Henderson Stacy Gray Chris Rini Barbara Bernhardt. Whole Genome/Exome Sequencing: Patient Expectations, Literacy, and Preferences for Genomic Information. 64th Annual Meeting of The American Society of Human Genetics, San Diego, CA. October 2014.
Appelbaum PS. "Informed Consent for Return of Incidental Findings in Genomic Research". Psychiatric Genomics Consortium Lab Call, Worldwide Conference Call. May 2014.
B. Biesecker, W. Klein, K. Lewis, L. Biesecker, P. Han. A novel scale to assess perceptions of uncertainty in genome sequencing information. 64th Annual Meeting of The American Society of Human Genetics, San Diego Convention Center, San Diego, CA. October 2014.
B. Biesecker. Uncertainties in consenting to participate in sequencing studies and receive results. 64th Annual Meeting of The American Society of Human Genetics, San Diego Convention Center, San Diego, CA. October 2014.
B. Russell, N. Kramer, L. Biesecker, J. Johnston, W. Rhead, A. Pickard, A. Dobson, L. Clarkson, J. Graham. Natural history and clinical management of patients with ASXL1 mutations and Bohring-Opitz Syndrome, including the first report of Wilms Tumor in two patients . 64th Annual Meeting of The American Society of Human Genetics, San Diego Convention Center, San Diego, CA. October 2014.
B.C. Powell, A. K. M. Foreman, J. M. O'Daniel, K. Lee, L. Boshe, K. R. Crooks, M. Lu, Z. Fan, J. K. Booker, K. E. Weck, J. P. Evans, J. S. Berg. Look before you leap, and list before you look: the use of a priori curated gene lists to guide exome analysis.. ASHG, San Diego, CA. October 2014.
Barbara Bernhardt. Whole Genome/Exome Sequencing: Patient Expectations, Literacy, and Preferences for Genome Information. ASHG, University of Pennsylvania, San Diego, CA. October 2014.
Barbara Koenig, Carmen Radecki Breitkopf, Susan M. Wolf, Marguerite E. Robinson, Kari Rabe, Noralane Lindor, Gloria M. Petersen. Returning incidental findings to family members of deceased research participants: Perspectives from a cancer biobank. ASHG, San Diego, CA USA. October 2014.
Barsh G. "Genomics of Developmental Delay". UAB Rare Disease Symposium on Genome Sequencing in Clinical Diagnosis, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL. January 2014.
Berg JS. Interpretation can't happen in isolation. ACMG Annual meeting plenary session, Nasheville, TN. March 2014.
Berg, JS. Application of a semi-quantitative metric to assess medical actionability of genomic findings. NHGRI Actionability Interest Group, webinar, webinar. July 2014.
Berg, JS. Application of a semi-quantitative metric to assess medical actionability of genomic findings. Institute of Medicine Genomics Roundtable on Translating Genomic-Based Research for Health, Workshop on Assessing Genomic Sequencing Information for Health Care Decision Making, Washington, D.C. March 2014.
Bernhardt BA, et al. "Experience with informed consent for whole exome sequencing in children". ACMG Annual Clinical Genetics Meeting | 03/2014, Music Center, Nashville, TN. March 2014.
Bernhardt, BA. Obtaining Truly Informed Consent and Allowing for Patient Preferences. ACMG Annual Clinical Genetics Meeting | 03/2014, Music Center, Nashville, TN. March 2014.
Bowling, K. "Genomic Diagnosis for Children with Developmental Delay - A Case Study". CSER spring meeting, Potomac, MD. May 2014.
Boxhorn R, Wolf SM. International governance approaches to whole genome sequencing:who governs return of results & incidental findings?. Arizona State University conference on Governance of Emerging Technologies: Law, Policy and Ethics, Chandler, AZ. August 2014.
Brown, Michelle. "Medical Students' Assessment of Their Training in the Clinical Application of Genomics". ACMG Annual meeting, Nasheville, TN. March 2014.
Burke W. "Point/Counterpoint: One Year Later - The Influence of the ACMG Recommendations for Reporting of Incidental Findings in WES/WGS". ACMG Annual Clinical Genetics Meeting, Music City Center and Omni Nashville Hotel, Nashville, TN. January 2014.
Burke W. “Practical Wisdom in the Era of Genomics”. Reza Gandjei Memorial Lecture, Medical Grand Rounds, University of California San Francisco, San Francisco CA. January 2014.
C. J. Gallego, B. S. Shirts, C. C. Pritchard, G. P. Jarvik, D. L. Veenstra. Cost effectiveness of adding genes to next generation sequencing panels for evaluation of colorectal cancer and polyposis syndromes.. 64th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Human Genetics, San Diego Convention Center, Room 30, Upper Level, San Diego, California. October 2014.
C. S. Hong, D. Ng, L. N. Singh, N. F. Hansen, J. C. Mullikin, L. G. Biesecker. Discovering Copy Number Variations in ClinSeq: A Large-Scale Whole Exome Sequencing Study. 64th Annual Meeting of The American Society of Human Genetics, San Diego Convention Center, San Diego, CA. October 2014.
Carroll T. "ELSI Concerns of Participants and Decliners in the MedSeq Project, A Randomized Trial of Whole Genome Sequencing. American College of Medical Genetics Meeting on, Nashville, TN. March 2014.
Chinnaiyan, Arul. “Towards Precision Medicine for Pediatric Oncology”. Childrens’s Hematology Alliance of Michigan Keynote, Ann Arbor, MI. May 2014.
Chris Rini. Clinical Exome Sequencing in a Diverse Patient Population -- Baseline Knowledge, Literacy, and Numeracy: Their Correlates and Implications.. ASHG, San Diego, CA. October 2014.
Christensen KC. "Somebody translate this information for me”: Physician perceptions of their preparedness to disclose full genome sequencing results". American College of Medical Genetics Meeting on, Nashville, TN. March 2014.
Chung WK, Wolf W. "Return of Research Results". Columbia University IRB Educational Conference, Columbia University, New York, NY. May 2014.
Cooper, G. "Combined Annotation Dependent Depletion (CADD): A comprehensive and integrative variant annotation". CSER spring meeting, Potomac, MD. May 2014.
Cooper, G. "Genomic approaches to causal variant discovery". Genomics in Medicine Symposium, University of Louisville Louisville, KY. May 2014.
CS. Richards, P. Jain, MO. Dorschner, DA. Nickerson, GP. Jarvik, LM. Amendola, DK. Simpson, A. Rope, J. Reiss, K. Kennedy, DI. Quigley, J. Berg, C. Harding, M. Gilmore, P. Himes, B. Wilfond, KAB. Goddard on behalf of the NextGen Project Team. Whole Genome Sequencing in a Healthy Population: Processes, Challenges, and Insights. 64th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Human Genetics, San Diego Convention Center, Room 30, Upper Level, San Diego, California. October 2014.
D. Crosslin, A. Gordon, P. Robertson, D. Hanna, D. Carrell, A. Scrol, I. Kullo, M. de Andrade, E. Baldwin, J. Grafton, K. Doheny, P. Crane, R. Li, S. Stallings, S. Verma, J. Wallace, M. Ritchie, M. Dorschner, E. Larson, D. Nickerson, G. Jarvik, The electronic Medical Records and Genomics (eMERGE) Network. Prospective participant selection and ranking to maximize actionable PGx variants and discovery in the eMERGE Network. . 64th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Human Genetics, San Diego Convention Center, Room 30, Upper Level, San Diego, California. October 2014.
D. Ng, L. N. Singh, C. S. Hong, K. L. Lewis, J. C. Mullikin, L. G. Biesecker, NIH Intramural Sequencing Center, National Human Genome Research Institute, NIH. Assessing the clinical utility of massively parallel sequencing for pharmacogenomics research in the ClinSeq study. 64th Annual Meeting of The American Society of Human Genetics, San Diego Convention Center, San Diego, CA. October 2014.
Dorshner MO. "Quality of Clinical Sequence Data for Medically Relevant Targets". ACMG Annual Clinical Genetics Meeting, Music City Center and Omni Nashville Hotel, Nashville, TN. January 2014.
East, K. "Navigating atypical presentation of well-known Mendelian conditions". CSER spring meeting, Potomac, MD. May 2014.
Ellen Wright Clayton and Bartha Maria Knoppers. Whole genome sequencing in newborn screening?. HUGO, Geneva, SWITZERLAND. April 2014.
Ellen Wright Clayton. Ethical Issues in Anticipate and Communicate. CSER consortium meeting, Bethesda, MD. May 2014.
Eng CM, Evans JP, Burke WG, Nussbaum RL, Wolf SM, Cain H. “Point – Counterpoint: One Year Later: The Influence of the ACMG Recommendations for Reporting of Incidental Findings in WES/WGS". ACMG Annual Clinical Genetics Meeting, Nashville, TN. March 2014.
Evans BJ. "Preventing Harms to People Who Know Too Much about Their Own Genomes". Harvard Law School's 2014 Petrie-Flom Annual Conference: Behavioral Economics, Law, and Health Policy, Boston, MA. May 2014.
Evans JP, Berg JS, Williams MS. "We screen newborns don't we? Realizing the promise of public health genomics". ACMG Annual meeting Forum, Nasheville, TN. March 2014.
Evans, JP. "Lessons learned from the CSER Experience at UNC: Establishing Best Practice Guidelines". ACMG Annual meeting, Nasheville, TN. March 2014.
Evans, JP and Berg, JS. "Navigating the Genome - The Use of Genomic DNA Sequencing in Clinical Medicine". UNC Dept. of Medicine Grand Rounds, Chapel Hill, NC. May 2014.
Evans, JP. "Point-Counterpoint: The ACMG ROR Recommendations One Year Later". ACMG Annual meeting Panel, Nasheville, TN. March 2014.
Evans, JP. Future Directions in Clinical Genomics and the CSER Program. NHGRI Advisory Council, Bethesda, MD. May 2014.
Evans, JP. Gene Patents Briefing. Presentations to Congressional Aides, Washington, DC. March 2014.
Evans, JP. Genomic Analysis in the Clinic and in Public Health. CEER Seminar, Columbia University, NY, NY. October 2014.
Evans, JP. WES and Prenatal Diagnosis. Lecture to Maternal Fetal Medicine Fellows, Chapel Hill, NC. March 2014.
Fuki Hisama. "Genetics of Colorectal Cancer". Frontiers in Gastroenterology and Hepatology, Division of Gastroenterology Grand Rounds, University of Washington, Seattle WA. January 2014.
Gail Jarvik MD PhD, Wylie Burke MD, & Barbara Evans PhD, JD, LLM. Critical Controversies in Genomic Medicine. ACMG. March 2014.
Gallego C. "Next generation sequencing in the clinic: a patterns of care study in a retrospective cohort of subjects referred to a genetic medicine clinic for suspected HNPCC”. American College of Medical Genetics Annual Clinical Genetics Meeting, Nashville, TN. March 2014.
Gallego C. “Can next generation sequencing save lives and provide a good economic value in colon cancer prevention?”. 19th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research, Montreal, CA. April 2014.
Gibbs RA. “Clinical sequencing finds its stride”. Methodist Hospital Cancer Symposium, Houston, TX. April 2014.
Gilmore, M, Young C, Leo MC, Davis j, Kauffman TL, Esterberg E, Lynch F, Wilfond B, Goddard KAB.. Reasons for declining preconception carrier testing using genome sequencing: Implications for research and practice. American Society of Human Genetics, San Diego, CA. October 2014.
Gloria T. Haskell, Brian C. Jensen, Cecile Skyrzynia, Daniel S. Marchuk, Leigh Ann Samsa, Wei Huang, Chris Bizon, Kirk C. Wilhelmsen, Karen Weck, James P. Evans, and Jonathan S. Berg. Whole Exome Sequencing Reveals Rare, Truncating Variants in Nuclear Envelope Genes are Present in a Large Subset of Cardio-Genetic Patients. ASHG, San Diego, CA. October 2014.
Goddard KAB and Wilfond B. “NextGen: Understanding the impact of genome sequencing for reproductive decisions". CSER Consortium Meeting on, Potomac, MD. May 2014.
Goddard KAB. “Developing transparent and pragmatic frameworks for evidence evaluation and policy development in the absence of an ideal evidence base". Institute of Medicine, Assessing Genomic Sequencing Information for Health Care Decision Making: A Workshop, Washington D.C, Washington, DC. March 2014.
Greely H, Pike E, Berkman B, Davis D, Wolf SM. “Debating Return of Results and Incidental Findings in Research & Clinical Care". ASLME Annual Health Law Teachers Meeting, UCSF/UC Hastings Consortium on Law, Science & Health Policy, San Francisco, CA. June 2014.
Green RC. "Empiricism and Genomic Medicine: Now and in the Future". National Human Genome Research Institute's Social and Behavioral Research Branch Scientific Symposium 10 Year Celebration, NHGRI, Bethesda, MD. January 2014.
Green RC. "Incidental Findings in Clinical Exome and Genome Sequencing: The Drama and the Data". University of Michigan Center for Bioethics and Social Sciences in Medicine Panel Session on, Ann Arbor, MI. April 2014.
Green RC. "Incidental Findings in Genomic Medicine: The Debate and the Data". Cambridge Healthtech Institute’s Genomics in Medicine Conference, San Francisco, CA. January 2014.
Green RC. "Incidental VUS-Favor Pathogenic Finding: Critical Clue or Pain in the ARSE?" Case Studies and Lessons Learned Session. CSER Consortium Meeting on, Potomac, MD. May 2014.
Green RC. "Institute of Medicine's Roundtable on Assessing Genomic Sequencing Information". Institute of Medicine, Washington, DC. January 2014.
Green RC. "Is Genetic Information Different" An Interactive Smithsonian Debate. An Interactive Smithsonian Debate, Smithsonian, Washington, DC. January 2014.
Green RC. "The Path to Genomic Medicine". Veterans Affairs Genomic Medicine Program Advisory Committee Meeting on, Washington, DC. April 2014.
H. Sung, T. Schwantes-An, B. Suktitipat, K. Lewis, D. Ng, S. G. Gonsalves, J. C. Mullikin, L. G. Biesecker, A. F. Wilson, National Institutes of Health Intramural Sequencing Center (NISC). Replication of a single nucleotide polymorphism variant in CETP gene associated with HDL level in the ClinSeq Study. 64th Annual Meeting of The American Society of Human Genetics, San Diego Convention Center, San Diego, CA. October 2014.
Holm I, Iles B, Ziniel S, Bacon P, Savage S, Christensen K, Weitzman E, Green R, Huntington N.. Participant satisfaction with a preference-setting tool for the return of individual research results in pediatric genomic research.. 64th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Human Genetics Meeting, Boston Children's Hospital, San Diego, CA. October 2014.
Holm, IA. When should findings be offered to parents, guardians, research representatives for incompetent adults, and family or kin?. Workshop onReturning Genetic Results in Biobanks: Opening an International Dialogue, Brocher Foundation Hermance, Switzerland. September 2014.
Huntington N, Savage S, Ziniel S, Bacon P, Weitzman E, Christensen K, Green E, Holm I.. Does prior comfort with new health information influence parents’ preferences for receiving genetic research results about their children? . 64th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Human Genetics Meeting, Boston Children's Hospital, San Diego, CA. October 2014.
Ian Krantz & Gail P. Jarvik,, H. Rehm C. Eng LA Garraway L. Amendola. Genomic Medicine Case Conference: Illustrative Clinical Examples. 64th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Human Genetics, San Diego Convention Center, Room 20D, Upper Level, San Diego, California. October 2014.
Italia et al. Varify: An Open-Source Solution for Genome-Scale Clinical Diagnostics and Knowledge Capture. ACMG Annual Clinical Genetics Meeting | 03/2014, Music Center, Nashville, TN. March 2014.
J. Sapp, M. Crenshaw, D. A. Dong, L. G. Biesecker, B. B. Biesecker. Parental decision-making for children enrolled in exome sequencing research and attitudes toward receiving variants of uncertain significance. 64th Annual Meeting of The American Society of Human Genetics, San Diego Convention Center, San Diego, CA. October 2014.
Jarvik G. "Lessons from the Clinical Sequencing Exploratory Research Consortium: Genomic Medicine Implementation". The Clinical Genome Conference; Mining the Genome for Medicine, San Francisco, CA. June 2014.
Jarvik G, Evans J, and others. Exploring Clinical Sequencing: What have we learned?. ACMG Annual Clinical Genetics Meeting, Music City Center/ Omni Nashville Hotel, Nashville, TN. January 2014.
Jarvik GP & Amendola LM. "Genomic medicine case conference: illustrative clinical examples". ASHG Meeting, San Diego Convention Center, San Diego, CA. January 2014.
Jarvik GP. "Actionable, Pathogenic Incidental Findings in 6500 Participants’ Exomes". ACMG Annual Clinical Genetics Meeting, Music City Center and Omni Nashville Hotel, Nashville, TN. January 2014.
Jarvik GP. "Ethical Challenges of Genome-based Cancer Research. National Cancer Policy Forum Workshop Contemporary Issues in Human Subjects Protections". Institute of Medicine, Washington DC. January 2014.
Jarvik GP. "Evalutation and Patient Perspective". ACMG Annual Clinical Genetics Meeting, Music City Center and Omni Nashville Hotel, Nashville, TN. January 2014.
Jarvik GP. "From Genome to Clinic and Back". Division of Medical Genetics Seminar, Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati OH. January 2014.
Jarvik GP. "Lessons from the Clinical Sequencing Exploratory Research (CSER) Consortium: Genomic Medicine Implementation". The Clinical Genome Conference, San Francisco, CA. January 2014.
Jarvik GP. "The evolution of genomic technology and clinical utility. Guidelines for Returning Individual Results from Genome Research Using Population-Based Banked Specimens Workshop". National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC. January 2014.
Jason Vassy. Contextualization and recommendation: How doctors and patients discuss whole-genome sequencing results. 64th Annual Meeting of The American Society of Human Genetics, San Diego, CA. October 2014.
Jeremy Garrett. Normative Issues raised by Importing Clinical Sequencing Guidelines to the Research Context. Defining Research Needs and Assessing Implications for Research following the Release of the ACMG Recommendations for Incidental Findings in Clinical Genome Sequencing, National Human Genome Research Institute/National Institutes of Health, Rockville, MD. February 2014.
Jeremy R. Garrett. Actionability in Contemporary Bioethics: A Conceptual Analysis and Critique. 2014 Annual Meeting of the American Society for Bioethics and Humanities, San Diego, CA Hilton Bayfront. October 2014.
Jim Evans. Genomic Medicine. Distinguished Speaker Series, UNC Dental School, Chapel Hill, NC. February 2014.
Jim Evans. Realistic Implementation of Genomic Medicine; at Exploring the Unique Social, Ethical and Health-Systems Challenges of Low Cost Genomic Sequencing. Montreal, Canada. January 2014.
Joffe, S. "The Case for a Stringent Approach to Returning Results". Guidelines for Returning Individual Results from Genomic Research Using Population-Based Banked Specimens: A Workshop; National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC. October 2014.
Jonathan Berg. . The Clinical Genomics Resource: Curating the Data.  Human Genome Variation Society (HGVS) 2013 Annual Scientific Meeting, Boston, MA. . January 2014.
Julia Crouch, Seema Jamal, Aditi Shankar, Joon-Ho Yu, Michael Bamshad, Holly Tabor. Changing Preferences About Secondary Results From Exome Sequencing: Separating Preference Setting from Informed Consent. ASHG 2014, San Diego, CA. October 2014.
K Lee, D Marchuk, MJ Friez, C Bizon, P Owen, KE Weck, , S Garg, JP Evans and JS Berg. Application of Whole Exome Datasets to Test the Hypothesis of Digenic Inheritance in Stargardt Disease. ASHG, San Diego, CA. October 2014.
K. A. Kaphingst, J. Ivanovich, B. Biesecker, J. Seo, L. Dressler, P. Goodfellow, R. Dresser, M. Goodman, M. Ray, S. Bell, K. Walton. What do younger breast cancer patients want to learn about individual results from genome sequencing?. 64th Annual Meeting of The American Society of Human Genetics, San Diego Convention Center, San Diego, CA. October 2014.
K. L. Lewis, P. Connors, M. F. Wright, T. Hyams, L. G. Biesecker, B. B. Biesecker. Participant Experiences Receiving Incidental Findings Through Genome Sequencing. 64th Annual Meeting of The American Society of Human Genetics, San Diego Convention Center, San Diego, CA. October 2014.
Kalia S, Rehm H, Park P, Parad R, Agrawal P, Holm I, McGuire A, Liu C, Beggs A, Green RC. The BabySeq Project: Genome Sequence-Based Screening for Childhood Risk and Newborn Illness. ACMG Annual Clinical Genetics Meeting, Nashville, TN. March 2014.
Kauffman T, Neil N, McMullen C, Leo MC, Reiss J, Wilfond B, Davis J, Gilmore M, Himes P, Lynch F, Goddard KAB. Validation of a taxonomy of genetic conditions for pre-conception genetic carrier testing. American Society of Human Genetics, San Diego, CA. October 2014.
Khan, CM, Rini C. My Illness or Our Illness? Shared Responsibility for Illness Management and Responses to Receiving Genomic Sequencing Information. Annual meeting of Society of Behavioral Medicine, Philadelphia, PA. April 2014.
King M, Rasperry K, Skinner D. Making Sense of Missense and Nonsense: The Production of Expert Knowledge for the Clinical Use of Genome Sequencing Presented in the session,Translating Genomics for Clinical Meaning: Cultural Frames in Tension. Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, Chicago, IL. August 2014.
Klitzman R. "Biomarkers and Ethics". APPA Annual Meeting, Grand Hyatt Hotel, New York, NY. March 2014.
Klitzman R. "Return of Incidental Findings". Invited Lecture, Cold Springs Harbor Laboratories, Cold Spring Harbor, NY. February 2014.
Koenig BA. Late breaking session: 'That's my data!' navigating ownership, sharing, and translation in the genomic era. American Medical Informatics Association, San Francisco, CA. July 2014.
Koenig BA. Returning genomic results to social and biological kin of deceased biobank participants: using empirical findings to inform policy. Stanford University Center for Biomedical Ethics, Palo Alto, CA. February 2014.
Koenig BA. When should results be returned to research participants? An update on ethical issues in translational genomics. Institute for Human Genetics, University of California, San Francisco, CA. March 2014.
Krier JB, Blout C, Vassy J, Murray MF, Robinson J, Green RC. Educating, Supporting, and Monitoring Non-Geneticist Physicians Disclosing Genomic Sequencing and Family History Reports in the MedSeq Project. ACMG 2017, Phoenix, AZ. March 2014.
Kurt Christensen. Patient Perceptions about the Utility of Family History Review during Whole Genome Sequencing: Preliminary Findings from the MedSeq Project. 64th Annual Meeting of The American Society of Human Genetics, San Diego, CA. October 2014.
Kyle Brothers, Holly Tabor, Joon-Ho Yu. Operationalizing choice and autonomy: Approaches to ethically offering and returning secondary genetic results. ASBH, San Diego, California. October 2014.
Kyle Brothers. The DNA lives on: Genetic testing and DNA banking at the end of life. ASBH, San Diego, California. October 2014.
L. Bush, K. Rothenberg, B. Biesecker, J. Botkin, W. Burke, C. Bustamante, J. Evans, M. Fullerton, E. Green, B. Koenig, B. Levy, B. Nussbaum, H. Levy, H. Rehm, B. Truog. Navigating the Thorny Landscape on a Path from Newborn Screening to Genome Sequencing: A Play Brings to Life the Drama of DNA. 64th Annual Meeting of The American Society of Human Genetics, Marriot Marquis, San Diego, CA. October 2014.
L. G. Biesecker. A taxonomy of uncertainty in clinical genomics. 64th Annual Meeting of The American Society of Human Genetics, San Diego Convention Center, San Diego, CA. October 2014.
L. G. Biesecker, M. J. Lindhurst, M. R. Yourick, D. T. Dransfield. Inhibition of AKT signaling in Proteus and PROS cells: A simple model for cancer therapeutics targeting the AKT/PI3K pathway. 64th Annual Meeting of The American Society of Human Genetics, San Diego Convention Center, San Diego, CA. October 2014.
Lautenbach DM. "A Case Study: Supporting the Non-geneticist Physician in Navigating Genome Results" Genetic Counseling Cases; Post-test Return. CSER Consortium Meeting on, Potomac, MD. May 2014.
Leila Jamal. Patients' Perceptions of Whole Genome Sequencing Results and Plans to Use Non-Actionable Findings. 64th Annual Meeting of The American Society of Human Genetics, San Diego, CA. October 2014.
Leila Jamal. Patients' Perceptions of Whole Genome Sequencing Results and Plans to Use Non-Actionable Findings. ASBH 16th Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA. October 2014.
M.J. Lindhurst, M. Doucet, H. M. Bloomhardt, M. R. Yourick, K. Moroz, L. G. Biesecker. Distribution of the AKT1 p.Glu17Lys mutation in a patient with Proteus syndrome. 64th Annual Meeting of The American Society of Human Genetics, San Diego Convention Center, San Diego, CA. October 2014.
Masino A, et al. Clinical Genetic Variant Prioritization Using Phenotype Semantic Similarity. ACMG Annual Clinical Genetics Meeting | 03/2014, Music Center, Nashville, TN. March 2014.
Miller J, et al. Incorporating Structured Pedigree Data into Genomic Medicine through a Pedigree and Family History iPad App. ACMG Annual Clinical Genetics Meeting | 03/2014, Music Center, Nashville, TN. March 2014.
Morgan JC, Rini C, Khan C, Henderson G. The Relationship Between Illness Uncertainty and Participants' Hopes and Expectations for Whole Exome Sequencing. Annual meeting of Society of Behavioral Medicine, Philadelphia, PA. April 2014.
Mulchandani S, et al. Lessons Learned Utilizing an Evidence-based Framework for Incidental Findings from Exome Sequencing in the Pediatric Setting. ACMG Annual Clinical Genetics Meeting, Music Center, Nashville, TN. March 2014.
N.T. Strande, C. Bizon, J. K. Booker, K. R. Crooks, A. K. M. Foreman, G. T. Haskell, M. A. Hayden, K. Lee, M. Lu, L. Milko, J. M. O'Daniel, P. Owen, B. C. Powell, C. Skrzynia, C. R. Tilley, A. Treece, D. Young, K. C. Wilhelmsen, K. E. Weck, J. S. Berg, J. P. Evans. Exploring the diagnostic yield of whole exome sequencing in a broad range of genetic conditions: the first 200 cases in the NCGENES study. ASHG, San Diego, CA. October 2014.
Nina B. Gold, MD, Alexander Bick, PhD, Heather McLaughlin, PhD, Peter Kraft, PhD, Heidi Rehm, PhD, JG Seidman, PhD, Christine Seidman, MD, Robert Green, MD, MPH. Penetrance of Actionable Incidental Genomic Findings in Exomes from the Framingham Heart Study. Brigham and Women's Hospital, San Diego, CA. October 2014.
Parsons DW. "Diagnostic yield of clinical tumor and germline exome sequencing for newly diagnosed children with solid tumors". Annual Meeting of the American Association for Cancer Research, San Diego, CA. April 2014.
Parsons DW. “Bringing genomics into the pediatric neuro-oncology clinic”. Pediatric Neuro-Oncology symposium, MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX. January 2014.
Parsons DW. “Bringing genomics into the pediatric oncology clinic: Lessons learned from the BASIC3 study”. TARGET Steering Committee Meeting, NIH, Bethesda, MD. March 2014.
Parsons DW. “Clinical exome sequencing in the pediatric oncology clinic: early results of the BASIC3 study”. Pediatric Oncology Clinical Genomics Consortium meeting, Boston Children's Hospital, Boston, MA. January 2014.
Parsons DW. “Genomics and its implications for brain tumors”. Educational Webinar Series, American Brain Tumor Association, Webinar. May 2014.
Parsons DW. “Genomics in the pediatric oncology clinic: Challenges and opportunities”. Annual Human & Molecular Genetics Mini-Symposium, University of Texas at Houston Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, Houston, TX. April 2014.
Parsons DW. “Implementation of clinical genomics in the pediatric oncology clinic: Challenges faced and lessons learned”. Nature SciCafé symposium, Houston, TX. January 2014.
Parsons DW. “Incorporating genomics into the pediatric neuro-oncology clinic: Challenges, lessons learned, and implications for clinical trial development”. Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation Scientific Conference, San Antonio, TX. May 2014.
Parsons DW. “Personalized care for pediatric brain tumors: Fact or fiction?”. Annual meeting of the American Society of Pediatric Hematology-Oncology, Chicago, IL. May 2014.
Plon SE. "How do we deal with germline sequence data in patients with cancer?". CLARITY 2 Conference, Boston Children's Hospital, Boston MA. March 2014.
Plon SE. "Lessons learned from a prospective trial of pediatric tumor-normal genome analysis and counseling". Annual Meeting of the American Association of Cancer Research, San Diego, CA. April 2014.
Plon SE. "Pediatric cancer genomics: The future of dagnostics and novel therapeutics". Annual Meeting of the American College of Medical Genetics, Nashville, TN. March 2014.
Plon SE. “Reporting incidental findings: Lessons from BASIC3 study”. NCI Workshop on Reporting Germline Findings in NCI Sponsored Clinical Trials, Bethesda, MD. January 2014.
Pyeritz, RE. "Duty to Recontact": An Historical Perspective. ACMG Annual Clinical Genetics Meeting, Music Center, Nashville, TN. March 2014.
Raymond, Victoria. “Inflammatory breast cancer and a p53 molecular diagnosis: Post-test family counseling for deceased patients”. CSER Consortium Spring Meeting, Potomac, MD. May 2014.
Rehm HL. Streamlining Variant Pathogenicity Annotation Session. CSER Consortium Meeting on, Potomac, MD. May 2014.
S. G. Gonsalves, C. E. Kasper, S. Perry, S. M. Muldoon, L. G. Biesecker. Functional Characterization of RYR1 Sequence Variants Associated with Malignant Hyperthermia Susceptibility Identified through Exome Sequencing. 64th Annual Meeting of The American Society of Human Genetics, San Diego Convention Center, San Diego, CA. October 2014.
Savage SK, Ziniel SI, Harris ED, Clinton CM, Amatruda JG, Huntington NL, Weitzman, ER, Green R, Holm IA. Development of a participant preference-setting model for the return of individual genetic research results. American College of Medical Genetics Annual Clinical Genetics Meeting, Charlotte, North Carolina. April 2014.
Savage S, Christensen K, Huntington N, Weitzman E, Ziniel S, Bacon P, Cacioppo C, Green R, Holm I. Patient Preferences for the Return of Individual Research Results Derived from Pediatric Biobank Samples. 64th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Human Genetics Meeting, Boston Children's Hospital, San Diego, CA. October 2014.
Sharon Plon. Unanticipated germline cancer susceptibility mutations identified by clinical exome sequencing of sequentially diagnosed pediatric solid tumor patients: the BASIC3 study . 64th Annual Meeting of The American Society of Human Genetics, San Diego, CA. October 2014.
Sharp R. The Future of Individualized Medicine: Aligning Patient and Provider Values. Professionalism & Ethics Seminar, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN. May 2014.
Sharp R. The Future of Individualized Medicine: Aligning Patient and Provider Values. Cinical & Translational Science Grand Rounds, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN. May 2014.
Stacy W Gray, Nikhil Wagle, Judy Garber, Irene Rainville, Elaine Hiller, Yolanda Martins, Nelly Oliver, Carol Lowenstein, Julie Najita, Eli Van Allen, Pasi Janne, Lynette Sholl, Neal Lindeman, Barrett Rollins, Levi Garraway, Steven Joffe. "Cancer Patients’ Preferences for Return of Somatic and Germline Whole-Exome Sequencing Results: Data from the CanSeq Study". ASCO Annual Meeting. June 2014.
Stephanie Malia Fullerton, Susan B. Trinidad, Tara B. Coffin, James Ralston, Gail P. Jarvik, and Eric B. Larson. Patient and physician responses to pharmacogenomic testing. ASHG/ASBH Joint Satellite Symposium: From Clinical to Community Sequencing: Emerging Ethical, Legal, and Social Issues in Genomics, University of Washington, San Diego Convention Center, Room 30, Upper Level. October 2014.
Street RL. “The communication challenges of genomic medicine: Now and in the future”. Keynote presentation, 10th Anniversary of the Social and Behavioral Research Branch of the NHGRI, National Human Genome Research Institute, Bethesda, MD. January 2014.
Sutton EJ, Gornick MC, Ryan KA, De Vries RG. A critical ethnography of the social organization of multidisciplinary precision medicine review boards. Annual meeting and exposition of the American Public Health Association, New Orleans, LA. November 2014.
Sutton EJ, McGraw S, Raymond V, Roychowdhury S. The social and moral organization of interdisciplinary precision oncology tumor boards. Annual meeting of the American Society for Bioethics and Humanities, San Diego, CA. October 2014.
Tarczy-Hornoch P. "Approaches to Integrating Next Generation Sequencing into the Electronic Health Record". AMIA Genomics Working Group, (webinar). January 2014.
Tomlinson AN, Bernhardt BA and others. Complex decisions about complex data: An analysis of informed consent for pediatric whole exome sequencing. ACMG Annual Clinical Genetics Meeting, Music City Center/Omni Nashville Hotel, Nashville, TN. March 2014.
Van Allen, E. "Challenges in Sequence Analysis and Interpretation by Expert Committtee". American College of Medical Genetics National Meeting, Nashville, TN. March 2014.
Vassy JL and MacRae CA. "Monitoring the use of genomics in primary care". CSER Consortium Meeting on, Potomac, MD. May 2014.
Vassy JL. “Someday it will be the norm”: Physician perceptions of the clinical utility of whole genome sequencing. Society of General Internal Medicine Annual Meeting on, San Diego, CA. April 2014.
Weitzman E, Ziniel S, Savage S, Christensen K, Huntington N, Bacon P, Cacioppo C, Green R, Holm I.. Participant preferences regarding the return of mental health related research results from a pediatric biobank and associations with social-demographic factors, comfort and concerns with novel health information. 64th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Human Genetics Meeting, Boston Children's Hospital, San Diego, CA. October 2014.
White P, et al. Bedside to Bedside: Seamless Collection, Analysis, and Delivery of Genomic Data in a Diagnostic Setting. ACMG Annual Clinical Genetics Meeting, Music Center, Nashville, TN. March 2014.
Wilfond B and Goddard KAB. “NextGen: Understanding the impact of genome sequencing for reproductive decisions". CSER Consortium Meeting, Bethesda, MD, Bethesda, MD. September 2014.
Wilfond B, McMullen C, Neil N, Leo M, Reiss J, Lynch F, Gilmore M, Himes P, Davis J, Kauffman T, Muessig K, Richards S, Jarvik G, and Goddard KAB. “Generating an empirical taxonomy of genetic conditions to facilitate decisions about preconception carrier testing". NHGRI Social  and Behavioral Research Branch 10th anniversary, Bethesda, MD. January 2014.
Wolf SM. "Genomic Surprises: Should We Give Patients & Research Participants Unexpected Findings of Clinical Importance?". Ethics at the Crossroads: Where Public Health, Genomics, Data and Translational Science Meet, Indiana University, Indianapolis, IN. May 2014.
Wolf SM. Challenges of managing incidental findings in clinical research. Protection of Participants, Evaluation & Policy Branch of DAIDS, Bethesda, MD. July 2014.
Wolf SM. Dealing with incidental findings. Israeli Ministry of Health and E-Rare, the European Research Area Network for Research on Rare Diseases, Tel Aviv, Israel. February 2014.
Wolf SM, Koenig B, Kaye J, Elger B. . Returning genetic results in biobanks: Opening an international dialogue. Invitational workshop, Brocher Foundation, Geneva, Switzerland. . January 2014.
Wolf SM. Returning individual results & incidental findings to participants in genetic research. Stanford Law School Workshop, Stanford, CA. July 2014.
Wolf SM. The debate over the return of research results and incidental findings. University of Virginia Law School Third National Conference on Genetics, Ethics & the Law, Charlottesville, VA. October 2014.
Wolf SM, Ossorio P. “Ethical Implications of Open Versus Controlled Access to HELA Genomic Data". NIH Workshop on Scientific and Ethical Issues Related to Open Access HeLa Genomic Data, Bethesda MD. May 2014.
Wolf SM. “The Debate Over Return of Results and Incidental Findings". Understand Your Genome, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN. May 2014.
Wolf SM, Koenig BK. “What Can We Learn from RoR in Other Countries?”. CSER Conference, Potomac, MD. May 2014.

Julianne M. O’Daniel, Debra Skinner, A. Katherine Foreman, Christine Rini, Myra Roche, Gail Henderson. Unknown knowns? Challenging concepts for patients regarding whole-exome sequencing . ASHG, San Diego, CA. October 2014.

2013

Bacon PL, Savage SK, Ziniel SI, Christensen KD, Huntington NL, Weitzman ER, Taylor PL, Green RC, Holm IA. Do preferences matter? Creating and assessing a novel preference-setting tool for the return of genomic research results. 63rd Annual Meeting of The American Society of Human Genetics on, Boston Convention Center, Boston, MA. January 2013.
Bamshad MJ. Exome / Genome sequencing as a tool for disease gene discovery. Israeli Society of Medical Genetics Annual Meeting, Tel Aviv, Israel. January 2013.
Bamshad MJ. Exome/Genome Sequencing as a Tool for Disease Gene Discovery. Oregon Health and Sciences University/Shriners Research Center, Portland, OR. January 2013.
Bamshad MJ. Exome/Whole Genome Sequencing as a Tool for Disease Gene Discovery. 2nd Annual Symposium Clinical Applications of Genome-wide testing, Los Angeles, CA. January 2013.
Barfield R, Krier J, Green RC, Kraft P, for The MedSeq Project. Reclassification in genetic risk prediction over time. 63rd Annual Meeting of The American Society of Human Genetics on, Boston Convention and Exhibition Center (BCEC), Boston, MA. January 2013.
Bennette, C. "Return of Incidental Findings in Genomic Medicine: Measuring What Patients Value". International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR) Annual Meeting, Student Research Showcase, Sheraton Hotel, New Orleans, LA. January 2013.
Burke W. “Ethics of Pharmacogenomics”. Individualizing Medicine Confernece, Mayo Medical Center, Rochester MN. January 2013.
Burke W. “Genes and Drug Response: Opportunities and Challenges”. Alaska Native Medical Center, Anchorage, AK. January 2013.
Burke W. “Genome Medicine’s Challenge to Practical Wisdom”. Patricia Townsend Meador Lecture in Ethics and Health Care, Vanderbilt University, Nashville,, TN. January 2013.
Burke W. “Seeking Genetic Information: The Case for Clinical Restraint”. Institute of Genetic Medicine, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore MD. January 2013.
Chinnaiyan, Arul. "A Framework for Clinical Genome Sequencing in Cancer". AACR 104th Annual Meeting/ NCI-sponsored session on CSER Consortium, Washington, DC. April 2013.
Chinnaiyan, Arul. “The Application of Integrative Sequencing for Precision Medicine”. 83rd Annual Meeting of the American Thyroid Association, San Juan, Puerto Rico. October 2013.
Chinnaiyan, Arul. “Towards Precision Medicine for Pediatric Oncology”. Childrens’s Hematology Alliance of Michigan Keynote, Ann Arbor, MI. May 2013.
Chinnaiyan, Arul. ”A Framework for Clinical Genomic Sequencing in Cancer”. WIN Symposium, Paris, France. July 2013.
Chung, WK. Informed consent and its role in eliciting result return preferences. 63rd Annual Meeting of The American Society of Human Genetics on, Boston Convention and Exibition Center, Boston, MA. January 2013.
Cooper, G. HudsonAlpha CSER Overview. Emory University Seminar Series, Atlanta, GA. January 2013.
Cooper, G. HudsonAlpha CSER Overview. University of Alabama-Birmingham Genetics Retreat, Birmingham, AL. January 2013.
Cooper, G. HudsonAlpha CSER Overview. Pediatric Tumor Board Meeting, Huntsville Hospital Huntsville, AL. May 2013.
DeChene ET, Mulchandani S, Dulik MC, Conlin LK, Abrudan JL, Bernhardt BA, Izumi K, Noon SE, Pyeritz RE, Santani A, Slack IF, Stolle CA, Wilkens AB, Krantz ID, Spinner, NB. An evidence-based framework for incidental findings from exome sequencing in the pediatric setting. 63rd Annual Meeting of The American Society of Human Genetics on, Boston, MA. January 2013.
Dent KM et al. My46: A genetic counseling extender. American Society of Human Genetics Annual Meeting, Boston, MA. January 2013.
Dulik MC, DeChene ET, Conlin LK, Mulchandani S, Santani A, Abrudan JL, Italia MJ, Sarmady M, Perin JC, Bernhardt B, Stolle CA, Pyeritz RE, Wilkens A, Noon SE, White PS, Krantz ID, Spinner NB.  Practical assessment of incidental finding recommendations for use in clinical exome testing. 63rd Annual Meeting of The American Society of Human Genetics on, Boston, MA. January 2013.
EW Clayton. Challenging the Duty to Hunt. 63rd Annual Meeting of The American Society of Human Genetics on, Boston, MA. January 2013.
EW Clayton. Major Policy Questions in Genomic Medicine. University of Washington Center for Genomics and Health Care Equality, 2013 CGHE All-Investigators’ Meeting, Seattle, WA. January 2013.
EW Clayton. Return of results in research and the clinic – Getting back on the right track. University of Pittsburgh Law School, Pittsburgh, PA. January 2013.
EW Clayton. Return of results? No, unless…. HandsOn Biobank, The Hague. January 2013.
EW Clayton. What findings if any from archival data and samples should be offered to research participants?. Brocher workshop, Hermance, Switzerland. January 2013.
EW Clayton. Who Should Decide About Genetic Testing in Kids?  A Response to the ACMG. Bioethics Seminar, Seattle Children’s Hospital. January 2013.
Garrett JR. Collectivizing Rescue Obligations in Bioethics. American Society for Bioethics and Humanities, Atlanta, GA. January 2013.
Giovanni MA, Krier J, Vassy JL, Lautenbach D, Green RC, Murray MF, for the MedSeq Project. A brief curriculum for physician orientation to clinical whole genome sequencing. 63rd Annual Meeting of The American Society of Human Genetics on, Boston Convention and Exhibition Center (BCEC), Boston, MA. January 2013.
Goddard KAB and Wilfond B. “Clinical Implementation of Carrier Testing using Genome Sequencing". Kaiser Permanente Northwest OB/GYN Department, Portland, OR. January 2013.
Gornick MC, Kim SY, Roberts JS. Do trulyincidental findings exist in genomic research?. American Society for Bioethics and Humanities 15th Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA. October 2013.
Gornick MC, Everett J, Kim SY, Roberts, JS. What is an Incidental Finding in the Genomic Era?. ACMG Annual Clinical Genetics Meeting, Phoenix, AZ. March 2013.
Green RC, Roberts JS, Hartz S, & Kohane I. "Return of results in genetics: Integration with clinical care. World Congress of Psychiatric Genetics, Boston, MA. October 2013.
Green RC, Eng C, Tarczy-Hornmoch P, Rehm HL. Design, Content and EMR Integration of Clinical Sequencing Reports. 63rd Annual Meeting of The American Society of Human Genetics on, Boston Convention and Exhibition Center (BCEC), Boston, MA. January 2013.
Green RC. Empirical Trials and Incidental Findings: the Path to Genomic Medicine. Precision Medicine: Personal Genomes & Pharmacogenomics Meeting on, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Cold Spring Harbor, NY. January 2013.
Green RC. Interpreting Whole Genome Sequencing in the Clinic. Human Genome Variation Society, Boston, MA. January 2013.
Green RC. The Implementation of Genomic Medicine. UCSF's Center for Translational and Policy Research on Personalized Medicine (TRANSPERS), San Francisco, CA. January 2013.
Holm, IA. Consent, assent, and WGS studies of children. 63rd Annual Meeting of The American Society of Human Genetics on, Boston Convention Center, Boston, MA. January 2013.
Illes J, Glover G, Roberts J, Wolf SM. Social issues roundtable: Managing incidental findings in research: Refining methods of the past, mapping the future. Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA. October 2013.
Italia MJ, Ruth B, Sarmady M, Perin JC, Naegely D, Santani A, Dulik M, Spinner NB, Krantz ID, Pennington JW, White PS. From big data to smart data: an open-source solution for genome-scale variant data warehousing and discovery. 63rd Annual Meeting of The American Society of Human Genetics on, Boston, MA. January 2013.
Jamal SM, et al. User satisfaction with a web-based tool for self-guided management of results from ES/WGS. American Society of Human Genetics Annual Meeting, Boston, MA. January 2013.
Jayaraman V, Brunton J, Sasson A, Sarmady M, Abrudan JL, Dulik MC, DeChene ET, Noon SE, Wilkens AB, Dickinson A, Kaur M, Conlin LK, Spinner NB, White PS, Krantz ID. Utility and Limitations of Exome Sequencing for the Molecular Diagnosis of Bilateral Sensorineural Hearing Loss. 63rd Annual Meeting of The American Society of Human Genetics on, Boston, MA. January 2013.
Jim Evans. Hype and Reality of Genomic Medicine. 5th Annual Personalized Medicine Conference, Boston, MA. January 2013.
Jim Evans. Navigating Genomic Medicine; the indispensible role of the Genetic Counselor. National Society of Genetic Counselors Annual Meeting, Anaheim, CA. January 2013.
Jim Evans. Return of Results in Research; not that complicated?. 63rd Annual Meeting of The American Society of Human Genetics on, Boston, MA. January 2013.
Jim Evans. Summary presentation of CSER projects for NHGRI meeting. NHGRI meeting, Bethesda, MD. January 2013.
Jonathan Berg. ClinGen –Curating the Data. NHGRI meeting, Bethesda, MD. January 2013.
Jonathan Berg. NCGENES: One lesson learned. NHGRI meeting, Bethesda, MD. January 2013.
Jonathan Berg. The Clinical Genomic Resource: A Knowledge Base for Clinically Relevant Genes and Variants. Georgetown Innovation Center for Biomedical Informatics 2nd Annual Biomedical Informatics Symposium, Washington, DC. November 2013.
Jonathan Berg. Unifying TopicsClinical Data: CSER Perspective. NHGRI meeting, Bethesda, MD. January 2013.
Julianne O’Daniel. ACMG Recommendations for Incidental Findings: Impact on your practice. National Society of Genetic Counselors – Annual Education Conference, Anaheim, CA. October 2013.
Julianne O’Daniel. Defining medically actionable incidental findings. Collaborative Group of the Americas on Inherited Colorectal Cancer – Annual Conference, Anaheim, CA. July 2013.
Khan, CM., Pearce, EE., Morgan, EG., & Rini CM. Before Return of Results: The Role of Motivation in Expected Outcomes from Genomic Sequencing. Annual meeting of American Public Health Association, Boston, MA. June 2013.
King M, Rasperry K, Skinner D. Making Sense of Missense and Nonsense: The Production of Expert Knowledge for the Clinical Use of Genome Sequencing. Presentation at the Moral Economies of Medicine seminar, UNC, Chapel Hill, NC. January 2013.
King M, Rasperry K, Skinner D. Patient-Participants’ Experiences in a Whole Exome Sequencing Clinical Research Study (NCGENES). North Carolina Medical Genetics Association Meeting, Chapel Hill, NC. April 2013.
Koenig BA. Individualized medicine: from bench to society: law and ethics at the frontier of genomic technology. UC Hastings College of the Law, San Francisco, CA. August 2013.
Koenig BA, Petersen G, Wolf SM. Return of actionable results to kin in a pancreatic cancer biorepository: views of probands and family members. 63rd Annual Meeting of The American Society of Human Genetics on, San Francisco, CA. January 2013.
Koenig BA. What about privacy and progress in whole genome sequencing?. Genetic Alliance Webinar on President's Commission Report, Webinar. September 2013.
Kong SW, MacRae CA, Rehm HL, Kraft P, Krier J, Vassy JL, Green RC, Kohane IS, for the MedSeq Project. Summarizing polygenic relative risks due to risk alleles for common complex diseases for the MedSeq Project. 63rd Annual Meeting of The American Society of Human Genetics on, Boston Convention and Exhibition Center (BCEC), Boston, MA. January 2013.
Krier J, McLaughlin HM, Lane WJ, Metterville D, Leshchiner I, Vassy JL, MacRae CM, Lautenbach D, Green RC, Rehm HL, for the MedSeq Project. The return of pharmacogenomic variants in the MedSeq Project: reporting approach and physician response. 63rd Annual Meeting of The American Society of Human Genetics on, Boston Convention and Exhibition Center (BCEC), Boston, MA. January 2013.
Lane WJ, Leshchiner I, Boehler S, Uy JM, Aguad M, Smeland-Wagman R, Green RC, Rehm HL, Kaufman RM, Silberstein LE, for the MedSeq Project. Comprehensive blood group prediction using whole genome sequencing data from the MedSeq Project. 63rd Annual Meeting of The American Society of Human Genetics on, Boston Convention and Exhibition Center (BCEC), Boston, MA. January 2013.
Lautenbach DM, Vassy JL, Christensen KD, McGuire AL, Rehm HL, Murray MF, Ho CY, MacRae CA, Seidman CE, Miller RM, Liu CL, Green RC, for the MedSeq Project. Reasons why patients decline whole genome sequencing in the MedSeq Project. 63rd Annual Meeting of The American Society of Human Genetics on, Boston Convention and Exhibition Center (BCEC), Boston, MA. January 2013.
Lee IH, Park JH, Choe Y, Neu MB, Lee K, Kohane IS, Green RC, Kong SW, for the MedSeq Project. An ensemble genotpying approach for whole genome sequencing to reduce erroneous variant calls. 63rd Annual Meeting of The American Society of Human Genetics on, Boston Convention and Exhibition Center (BCEC), Boston, MA. January 2013.
LSF Ross. Genetic testing and screening in children: What are the limits? And who defines the limits?. Grand Rounds, Loyola University Department of Pediatrics, Maywood, IL. January 2013.
MacRae CA, Kong SW, Krier J, Leshchiner I, Lee IH, McLaughlin HM, Lane WJ, Metterville D, Hernandez AL, Funke BH, Lebo MS, Kraft P, Kohane IS, Green RC, Rehm HL, for the MedSeq Project. Magnitude of effect of reported commong allelle risk from clinical genomic sequencing and conventional decision factors in therapeautic equipoise: initial comparison in the MedSeq Porject. 63rd Annual Meeting of The American Society of Human Genetics on, Boston Convention and Exhibition Center (BCEC), Boston, MA. January 2013.
McLaughlin HM, Krier J, Lane WJ, Metterville D, Leshchiner I, Funke BH, Vassy JL, Murray M, Kohane IS, Kong SW, MacRae C, Lebo MS, Green RC, Rehm HL, for the MedSeq Project. Clinical interpretation and reporting of secondary findings from genome sequencing: lessons learned from the first 15 cases of the MedSeq Project. 63rd Annual Meeting of The American Society of Human Genetics on, Boston Convention and Exhibition Center (BCEC), Boston, MA. January 2013.
Myra Roche. Moderator, Invited session. 63rd Annual Meeting of The American Society of Human Genetics on, Boston, MA. January 2013.
N/A. The NCGENES Project. Faculty Presentation at Universidad Autonomie Guadalajara, Gaudalajara, Mexico. January 2013.
Parsons DW et al. Clinical Exome Sequencing in the Pediatric Oncology Clinic. Individualizing Medicine Conference, Mayo Clinic, Rochester MN. January 2013.
Parsons DW et al. Diagnostic yield of clinical tumor exome sequencing for newly-diagnosed pediatric solid tumor patients. 63rd Annual Meeting of The American Society of Human Genetics on, Boston, MA. January 2013.
Parsons DW et al. Evaluating the implementation and utility of clinical tumor exome sequencing in the pediatric oncology clinic: the BASIC3 study. AACR Pediatric Cancer Conference, San Diego, CA. January 2013.
Parsons DW et al. Toward precision medicine: Moving brain cancer genomics from bench to clinic. ABC2 Annual Meeting, Washington, DC. January 2013.
Parsons DW. Clinical Genomics: Panel Discussion. AACR Pediatric Cancer Conference, San Diego, CA. January 2013.
Roberts JS. "What findings should be offered to research participants whose data and specimens are archived in biobanks?". Brocher Foundation workshop on “Returning Genetic Results in Biobanks: Opening an International Dialogue, Hermance, Switzerland. November 2013.
Roberts JS. Integrating whole-genome sequencing into clinical practice: Ethical and practical issues. Michigan State Medical Society 17th Annual Conference on Bioethics, Ann Arbor, MI. September 2013.
Sharp RR. Clincian views on informed consent to whole exome and whole genome sequencing. ASBH annual meeting, Washington, DC. September 2013.
Sharp RR. Informed consent for whole genome sequencing: Experience and implications for practice. 63rd Annual Meeting of The American Society of Human Genetics on, Boston, MA. January 2013.
Skinner, D., Raspberry, K., and King, M.. Making sense of missense and nonsense: The production of expert knowledge for the clinical use of genome sequencing. . American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.. November 2013.
Tabor HK. Beyond all or none: Achieving autonomy, benefit and empowerment in return of secondary results. Precision Medicine: Personal Genomes & Pharmacogenomics Meeting on, Cold Spring Harbor, NY. January 2013.
Tabor HK. Emerging opportunities and challenges in exome and whole genome sequencing: an integrated ethics perspective. Genome ELSI Osaka 2013: International Symposium on the Ethical, Legal and Social Implications of Human Genome Research, Osaka, Japan. January 2013.
Tabor HK. Exome and whole genome sequencing in neonates: using the genome as a resource. American Society of Bioethics and Humanities Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA. January 2013.
Tabor HK. Genomic Autonomy and Empowerment: Self-management of genomic results in research and clinical care. Task Force on Neonatal Genomics Seminar, Duke Institute for Genome Sciences and Policy, Duke University, Durham, NC. January 2013.
Tabor HK. Individual expectations for return of secondary results from exome sequencing. American Society of Human Genetics Annual Meeting, Boston, MA. January 2013.
Tabor HK. The genome as a resource: self-directed results management in exome/whole genome sequencing. Genomic Testing Across the Lifespan, UCLA Institute for Society and Genetics, Los Angeles, CA. January 2013.
Tabor HK. We’re not in Kansas anymore: pediatric genetic information in the exome/whole genome sequencing era. Ninth Annual Seattle Children’s Pediatric Bioethics Conference, Seattle, WA. January 2013.
Tarcy-Hornoch P. Approaches to integrating next-generation sequencing into the electronic health record. 63rd Annual Meeting of The American Society of Human Genetics on, Boston, MA. January 2013.
Tarczy-Hornoch P. "Integrating Genomic Data into the EHR: The eMERGE Experience". AMIA Fall Symposium, Washington DC. January 2013.
Vassy JL, Green RC, Krier J, Lautenbach D, Christensen KD, Giovanni MA, Murray MF, McGuire AL, for the MedSeq Project. Whole genome sequencing vs family history: phyisician perceptions of clinical utility. 63rd Annual Meeting of The American Society of Human Genetics on, Boston Convention and Exhibition Center (BCEC), Boston, MA. January 2013.
Wilkens AB, Dulik MC, Qu N, Wang K, Brunton J, Jayaraman V, Dechene ET, Spinner NB, Liu W, Krantz ID. Exome Sequencing of a Proband With Bilateral Sensorineural Hearing Loss Furthers Insights into Phenotypic Variability of Waardenburg Syndrome. 63rd Annual Meeting of The American Society of Human Genetics on, Boston, MA. January 2013.
Wolf SM. Consent in whole genome sequencing: The debate over return of results & incidental findings. Genetic Alliance Webinar Series: What About Privacy and Progress in Whole Genome Sequencing, Washington, D.C. January 2013.
Wolf SM. Returning individual results & incidental findings to participants in genetic research. Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA. April 2013.
Wolf SM. The debate over the return of research results and incidental findings: a fundamental challenge to the structure of health law & bioethics. 36th Annual Health Law Professors Conference (ASLME), Newark, NJ. August 2013.
Wynn J, Cremona ML, Martinez J, Cheung YH, Chung WK. Frequency of ACMG recommended 57 gene incidental findings from whole exome sequencing in a cohort of 47 adult individuals. 63rd Annual Meeting of The American Society of Human Genetics on, Boston Convention and Exibition Center, Boston, MA. January 2013.
Yu J-H et al. The benefits and risks of wanting it all: how parents plan to manage their children’s exome sequencing results. American Society of Human Genetics Annual Meeting, Boston, MA. January 2013.
Yu J-H, Crouch J, Jamal SM, Tabor HK, Bamshad MJ. African American attitudes toward exome and whole genome sequencing. American Society of Human Genetics Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA. January 2013.
Barbara Evans PhD, JD, LLM. Investigators' First Amendment Right to Return Results to Research Participants. Medical Genetics Seminar, University of Washington. February 2013.
DeChene ET, Mulchandani S, Dulik MC, Slack I, Bernhardt BA, Conlin LK, Izumi K, Noon SE, Pyeritz RE, Santani A, Stolle CA, Wilkens A, Krantz ID, Spinner NB. A framework for IFs from exome sequencing in the pediatric setting. ACMG Annual Clinical Genetics Meeting, Phoenix, AZ. March 2013.
Eng C. Clinical Whole Exome Sequencing: Results and Outcome of First 450 Reported Clinical Cases. AGBT, Marco Island, FL. January 2013.
Eng C, Green RC, Rehm HL, Campbell C. Design, Content and EMR Integration of Clinical Sequencing Reports. 63rd Annual Meeting of the American Society of Human Genetics, "Boston, MA ". October 2013.
Gail Jarvik MD, PhD. Actionable, Known Pathogenic Incidental Findings in 1000 Subjects’ Exomes. American College of Medical Genetics (ACMG). March 2013.
Hwang KB, Song T, Lee IH, Kim MH, Lee K, Campbell MG, Gupta N, Neu M, MedSeq, Kohane, IS, Kong SW. A comparative analysis of whole-genome sequencing of an extended family using two different platforms. Clinical Applications of Next Generation Sequencing meeting: European Society of Human Genetics, Paris, France. January 2013.
Jim Evans. Genomics for Internists. UNC’s annual Internal Medicine review course, Chapel Hill, NC. March 2013.
Jim Evans. Realizing the Promise of Genomic Medicine. Annual Masahiro Chiga Memorial Lectureship, University of Kansas Medical School, Kansas City, KS. March 2013.
Jonathan Berg. Keynote address to the Raleigh Academy of Medicine. April 2013.
Jonathan Berg. Navigating the Genome; UNC’s Experience with Clinical Genome Sequencing. Seminar Series, UNC Institute for Pharmacogenetics and Individualized Therapy, Chapel Hill, NC. March 2013.
Kong SW, Lee IH, Kohane IS. MedSeq. Estimating polygenic risks using the distribution of common risk alleles in population. 63rd Annual Meeting of the American Society of Human Genetics, Boston, MA. October 2013.
Laura Amendola MS, CGC. A framework for evaluating the pathogenicity of gene variants. ACMG. March 2013.
Lee IH, Lee K, Hsing M, Green RC, Kohane IS, Kong SW. Prioritizing disease-linked variants, genes, and pathways with an interactive whole genome analysis pipeline and population scale sequencing datasets. Genomic Disorders: From 60 years of DNA to human genomes in the clinic, Homerton College, Cambridge, UK. January 2013.
Lee IH, Lee K, Park JH, Choe Y, MedSeq, Kohane IS, Kong SW. Reducing possible false positive incidental findings by an ensemble genotype calling approach for whole exome sequencing. 63rd Annual Meeting of the American Society of Human Genetics, Boston, MA. October 2013.
Malia Fullerton PhD. Informed Consent for Whole Genome Sequencing: Experience and Implications for Practice. ASHG. October 2013.
McLaughlin H, Krier J, Hernandez AL, Cassa CA, Funke BH, Lebo MS. Clinical reporting of primary and secondary findings from genome sequencing. 63rd Annual Meeting of the American Society of Human Genetics, Boston, MA. October 2013.
Parsons DW. Applying Genomics to Cancer Care: From the Lab to the Clinic. Cancer and Cell Biology Seminar, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH. April 2013.
Parsons DW. Clinical Sequencing of Cancer Exomes: The Initial Texas Children’s Hospital Experience. Association for Molecular Pathology 2012 Annual Meeting, Long Beach, CA. October 2013.
Parsons DW. Learning How to Sequence Exomes in the Pediatric Oncology Clinic: the BASIC3 Study. Translational Research Seminar Series, Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Columbus, OH. May 2013.
Parsons DW. The BASIC3 study: Bringing Clinical Genomics into the Pediatric Oncology Clinic. Genetics Department Information Exchange Seminar, University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX. February 2013.
Peter Tarczy-Hornoch MD. Design, Content and EMR Integration of Clinical Sequencing Reports. American Society of Human Genetics (ASHG). October 2013.
Pham P, Eng C, Shelton R, Lurix P, Yang Y, Scollon S, Zhou C, Ding W, Gibbs R, Plon S. Lessons Learned from Creation of an iPad App for Reporting of Clinical Sequencing Results. AGBT, Marco Island, FL. February 2013.
Van Allen EM, Wagle N, Keizun A, Kryukov G, McKenna A, Huang F, Hiller E, Rainville I, Auclair D, Ambrogio L, Gray S, Joffe S, Getz G, Garber J, and Garraway L. An integrated germline analysis platform for comprehensive clinical cancer genomics. 104th American Association for Cancer Research Annual Meeting, Washington, DC. April 2013.
Wagle N, Van Allen E, Perrin D, Friedrich D, Fisher S, Kryukov G, Ambrogio L, Auclair D, Gray S, Joffe S, Janne P, Garber J, Macconaill L, Lindeman N, Rollins B, Kantoff P, Getz G, Gabriel S, and Garraway LA. CanSeq: prospective clinical whole-exome sequencing of FFPE tumor samples. 104th American Association for Cancer Research Annual Meeting, Washington, DC. April 2013.
Xia F, Beuten J, Bainbridge M, Niu Z, Vatta M, Bekheirnia MR, Person RE, Hardison M, Reid JG, Sexton DP, Hawes AC, Pham PA, Wang M, Saada N, Liu W, Sun H, Scheel M, Ding Y, Roy A, Wiszniewska J, Willis A, Muzny DM, Plon SE, Lupski JR, Beaudet AL, Gibbs RA, Eng CM, Yang Y.. Maximizing detection and minimizing noise: the first report of large scale Whole Exome Sequencing data interpretation in a clinical laboratory. ASHG Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA. October 2013.

2012

Bamshad MJ. DNA Sequencing Technology and Identification of Genes for Sporadic Syndromes. Pediatric Academic Societies Annual Meeting, Boston, MA. January 2012.
Bamshad MJ. Whole Exome Sequencing. Grand Rounds: Ganz Lecture, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA. January 2012.
EW Clayton. Grand Rounds; Whole Genome Sequencing in the Clinic. Law Gene Centre, University of Tasmania Law School, Hobart, Australia. January 2012.
EW Clayton. How Not to Drown in the Whole Genome in the Clinic. Pediatric Academic Societies Meeting, April, 2012. January 2012.
EW Clayton. Should Results of Genomics Research Be Returned to Study Participants?. Personalized Medicine for the Care of the Child with Heart Disease: Discovery to Application, Toronto, CA. January 2012.
Garrett JR. Returning Research Results: Who, What, When, and Why?. 2012 Pediatric Pharmacogenomics and Personalized Medicine Conference, Children's Mercy Hospital, Kansas City, MO. January 2012.
LSF Ross. What tests should be mandated for all newborns?. Debate at Mercy Children’s Hospital (with Duane Alexander, MD former head of the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, and John Lantos, MD as moderator), Kansas City, MO. January 2012.
Parsons DW et al. Implementation and evaluation of clinical exome sequencing in childhood cancer care: the BASIC3 study. ASCO Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL. January 2012.
Petersen GM, Koenig BA, Wolf SM. Disclosing Genomic Incidental Findings in a Cancer Biobank: An Ethics Experiment. Mayo Clinic's Patient and Family Education Symposium for Pancreatic and Islet Cell Cancers, Rochester, MN. March 2012.
Plon SE. Incorporating Genomics into Clinical Care of Childhood Cancer Patients. Genetics and Genomics for the Practicing Clinician Seminar at ASCO Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL. January 2012.
Sharp RR. Actionability and its implications for return of research results. Clinical Sequencing steering committee meeting, Bethesda, MD. February 2012.
Sharp RR. Return of results from large-scale clinical mutation detection. Clinical Sequencing steering committee meeting, Bethesda, MD. January 2012.
Tabor HK. A Feasibility Study of Human Whole Genome Sequencing in the National Children’s Study: Return of Results. National Children’s Study (NCS) Expanded Steering Committee Meeting, Bethesda, MD. February 2012.
Tabor HK. Making Your Genome Work for You. University Washington Genome Sciences Public Lecture Series, Seattle, WA. January 2012.
Tabor HK. My46: An innovative web-based approach to managing results. HudsonAlpha Seminar Series, HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology, Huntsville, AL. January 2012.
Tabor HK. My46: An innovative web-based approach to managing ES/WGS results. American Society of Human Genetics Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA. January 2012.
Tabor HK. The Genome as a Resource: Self-directed Results Management in Genome Sequencing Studies. NHGRI Sequencing Network Meeting, Houston, TX. January 2012.
Wolf SM. Developing ethics and law for individualized medicine: the problem of return of results and incidental findings. Mayo Clinic Individualizing Medicine Conference, Rochester, MN. January 2012.
Wolf SM. To return or not to return: individual research results and the role of biobanks. Public Responsibility in Medicine and Research Advancing Ethical Research Conference, San Diego, CA. June 2012.
• Raymond V, Kim SY, Everett, J. Beyond Risk Assessment: Novel Application of Whole Genome Technologies to Personalize Oncology Treatment. The National Society of Genetic Counselors 31st Annual Education Conference, Boston, MA. October 2012.
Eng CM, Muzny D, Reid J, Bainbridge M, Pham P, Bekheirnia MR, Beuten J, Hardison M, Niu Z, Person R, Vatta M, Xia F, Hawes A, Wang M, Ding Y, Sun H, Scheel M, Saada N, Liu W, Braxton A, Ward P, Willis A, Wiszniewska J, Plon SE, Lupski JR, Beaudet AL, Gibbs RA, Yang Y. Clinical whole exome sequencing for the diagnosis of Mendelian disorders: program design, implementation, and first year reporting experience. ASHG Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA. October 2012.
Kong S, Lee K, Hwang KB, Bohn JM, Green RC, Kohane IS. Prioritizing disease-linked variants, genes, and pathways with an interactive whole genome analysis pipeline for the MedSeq Project. 62nd Annual Meeting of the American Society of Human Genetics, San Francisco, CA. January 2012.
Parsons DW. Bringing Genomics into the Pediatric Oncology Clinic. Bioinformatics & Computational Biology Cancer Genome Sequencing Seminar, University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX. September 2012.
Parsons DW. Bringing Genomics into the Pediatric Oncology Clinic. Personalized Medicine Seminar, Indiana Institute for Personalized Medicine, Indiana University, Indianapolis, IN. August 2012.
Parsons DW. Bringing Genomics into the Pediatric Oncology Clinic. Childhood Cancer Think Tank CTNeT Investigator Meeting, Cancer Prevention & Research Institute of Texas (CPRIT), Houston, Texas. April 2012.
Parsons DW. Incorporation of Genomic Sequencing into Pediatric Cancer Care. Pediatric Cancer Translational Genomics Meeting, Scottsdale, Arizona. February 2012.
Parsons DW. Pediatric Cancer Genome Sequencing: From the Lab to the Clinic. Oncology Seminar Series, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Research Institute & Center for Childhood Cancer Research, Philadelphia, PA. May 2012.
Parsons DW. Personalized Brain Tumor Care Through Genome Sequencing: Truth or Fiction?. 2012 Pediatric Brain Tumor Symposium, Fort Worth, TX. November 2012.
Parsons DW. The BASIC3 Project: Bringing Genomics into the Pediatric Oncology Clinic. 2012 International Cancer Genome Consortium Workshop, Heidelberg, Germany. December 2012.
Parsons DW. What Genomic Approaches Are Telling Us About Pediatric Cancer. "Pediatric Cancer in the 21st Century: Harnessing Science to Improve Outcomes” Symposium, Washington Academy of Sciences & American Association for the Advancement of Science, Washington, DC. October 2012.
Plon SE. First year experience with the introduction of clinical whole exome sequencing. Beyond the Genome 2012, Boston, MA. September 2012.
Plon SE. First year experience with clinical whole exome sequencing. Personal Genomes and Medical Genomics, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Cold Spring Harbor, NY. November 2012.

2011

Garrett JR. The Presumptive Case against Returning Individual Results in Biobank Research. American Society for Bioethics and Humanities, Minneapolis, MN. January 2011.
LSF Ross. Genetic testing and screening in children: What are the limits? And who defines the limits?. Pediatric Grand Rounds, University of Medicine & Dentistry of New Jersey-New Jersey Medical School. Sixth Annual Cynthia J Stolman Medical Ethics Lecture, Newark, NJ. January 2011.
Sharp RR. Ethical, legal, and social issues in whole-genome sequencing. Secretary's Advisory Committee on Genetics, Health, and Society, Washington, DC. March 2011.
Sharp RR. Too much? Too little? Too many unknowns: Ethical considerations in the integration of genomic data into patient records. Workshop on the integration and Display of Genetic Test Results within Medical Records, Bethesda, MD. March 2011.
Tabor HK. Innovative Approaches to Informed Consent and Return of Results from Exome and Whole Genome Sequencing. Genomics and Randomized Trials Network (GARNET) Study Steering Committee Meeting, Washington, DC. January 2011.
Tabor HK, Hartzler, A, Crouch, J, Kuwana, E, McMillin, MJ, Stock, J, Yu, J, Dent, KM, Anderson, N, Swanson, J, Bamshad M. My46: an innovative web-based tool for management of results return from exome and whole genome sequencing. International Congress of Human Genetics Meeting, Montreal, Canada. January 2011.