Participant-Partners in Genetic Research: An Exome Study with Families of Children with Unexplained Medical Conditions
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Publication InfoKatsanis, Sara; Davis, Erica; Minear, Mollie A; Sadeghpour, Azita; Cope, Heidi; Perilla, Yezmin; ... Angrist, Misha (2018). Participant-Partners in Genetic Research: An Exome Study with Families of Children with Unexplained Medical Conditions. Journal of Participatory Medicine, 10(1). pp. e2-e2. 10.2196/jopm.8958. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/17563.
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Associate Professor of Pediatrics
Two key questions thematically underscore my research in the Center for Human Disease Modeling at Duke University: First of all, how can variation at the DNA level be functionally interpreted beyond the resolution of genetics arguments alone? Secondly, once empowered with functional information about genetic variants, how can pathogenic alleles be mapped back to disease phenotypes? Using the ciliary disease module as a model system of investigation, we are using multidisciplinary tactics to addr
Jean and George W. Brumley, Jr., M.D. Professor of Developmental Biology
Instructor in the Duke Initiative for Science & Society
Sara Huston Katsanis is faculty instructor in the Initiative for Science & Society at Duke University. Her policy research focuses on genetic testing applications in humanitarian efforts, medicine and law enforcement. She researches ethical and policy challenges in the applications of genomics to human identification in contexts, such as human trafficking, migration, and adoption fraud. Past research explored direct-­to-­consumer genetic testing, pharmacogeneti
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