Society and Ethics Research
23rd October 2019 -
Addressing inclusion in genetic counselling: A trans community perspective (Will open in a new window)
Reubs Walsh, a scientist working to define better healthcare guidelines for the transgender community, joined the 2019 World Congress on Genetic Counselling to talk about transgender risk profiles.
6th September 2019 -
The special issue of this journal is guest edited by Anna Middleton, Barbara Biesecker and Christine Patch.
21st August 2019 -
Richard Milne and Anna Middleton from Society and Ethics Research provide a commentary on informed consent and its relation to gene editing in human embryos, in the context of recent activities in this area.
4th June 2019 -
Advanced Courses and Scientific Conferences announces the launch of its first online course in Genetic Counselling in partnership with FutureLearn.
29th November 2018 -
The films aim to facilitate discussion around issues that are at the centre of a case that may lead to a legal change in the patient-doctor relationships of the future.
17th October 2018 -
Society and Ethics Research Team Manager, Lauren Farley, discusses her short film about the 'Your DNA Your Say' survey and its translations.
20th June 2018 -
Society and Ethics Research calls for a people-powered consultation, a conversation focusing on how science and humanity collaborate and win, together, when it comes to DNA data sharing.
18th June 2018 -
The Music of Life project comprises six short, musical films created for any health professional who needs to communicate genomic information to patients.