Speaker: Stacey Pereira, PhD - Assistant Professor in the Center for Medical Ethics and Health Policy, Baylor University
Event Date: 8/1/2018
Event Times: 12:05-1:00pm
Stacey Pereira, PhD is an Assistant Professor in the Center for Medical Ethics and Health Policy at Baylor College of Medicine. Her current research focuses on social and ethical issues in genomics, with particular emphasis on the impact of integrating genomics into the clinical care of different populations, including newborns, healthy adults, and military personnel. Additional research interests include issues related to banking, sharing, and research use of human biospecimens. She received her PhD in anthropology with a focus on medical anthropology and anthropology of science from Rice University, and completed her postdoctoral training in ethical, legal, and social issues in genomics in the Center for Medical Ethics and Health Policy at Baylor College of Medicine.
- Describe parents’ perceptions of newborn genomic sequencing.
- Describe the impact of newborn genomic sequencing on families.
- Identify the ethical and practical implications of these findings for clinicians and families.
Contact Hour Statement for Allied Health Professionals
Marshfield Clinic Health System, Inc. is approved as a provider of continuing health education by the Wisconsin Society for Healthcare Education and Training (WISHET). Marshfield Clinic Health System, Inc. designates this activity for up to 1.0 contact hours (0.1 CEUs) of continuing education for allied health professionals.
This program is intended for all MCHS staff interested in research
There is no fee to attend but an RSVP is appreciated for food services.
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*Note: This will be presented live only. This will not be on Mediasite for viewing.
Light lunch will be offered at 11:45 a.m.
RSVP is appreciated to assist with ordering adequate food
Hosted by: Casper Bendixsen, PhD; Murray Brilliant, PhD; Scott Hebbring, PhD