BBH Colloquium Series

Date 11/18/19 4:00pm to 5:00pm
Presenter(s) Jennifer B. McCormich, Ph.D., M.P.P. Associate Professor Department of Humanities Penn State College of Medicine
Location Ruth Pike Auditorium (Room 022 BBH Building), live stream
Description

Mining the data: Public views on the use, access, and sharing of their personal health information

Dr. Jennifer McCormick’s research examines the policy implications and ethical challenges of translating research into clinical care and public health. Much of her work focuses on the ethical, legal/policy, social implications of medical record and genomic data sharing, the challenges to protecting participants’ privacy and confidentiality in the era of ‘big data’, and the ethical complexities presented by translating genomic research findings into clinical and public health domains. Dr. McCormick has published on topics related to research ethics consultation, genetic and genomic research and biobanking, human research participant engagement and protection, and challenges in translational research.

To view the video (both live stream and after the talk), visit the link: https://bit.ly/2kdGVsh and click “BBH 22” under “Mediasite Catalog” at the top of the left-hand navigation.

 

 

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