"Genomics-based Research Results: To Return or Not to Return?” is the topic of a special edition of Center for Clinical and Translational Science and Training (CCTST) Grand Rounds, held Monday, July 30.
The featured speaker is Susan Berry, MD, director of the division of genetics and metabolism, department of pediatrics, University of Minnesota.
Berry will discuss the nature of genomics results in a research setting, risks associated with returning and withholding genomics research results and the differences between clinical and research genomics assessment.
Berry has also been involved with human subjects protection since she joined the University of Minnesota IRB in 1990. She has been chair of its executive panel since 1995.
To reach Cincinnati Children’s Research Auditorium from off campus, enter Location S (directly across Albert Sabin Way from the College of Medicine), take the elevator to the third floor and follow the signs.
CME is offered. Lunch is available to CCTST members who email firstname.lastname@example.org by July 26.