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INVITED AND PLATFORM SESSIONS
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Thursday, October 24
2:00
PM
–4:15
PM
Concurrent Platform (abstract-driven)
Session C (28-36)
(
SESSION 34, continued)
230
/3:45
Robust epistasis between the genes
encoding a TGF
b
effector and its regulatory
microRNA governs modification of cardiovascular
phenotypes in TGF
b
vasculopathies.
J. Calderon,
H. Dietz.
231
/4:00
ERK activation unifies deleterious gene-
by-gene and gene-by-environment interactions in
Marfan syndrome.
J. J. Doyle, A. J. Doyle, N. Wilson,
D. Bedja, J. Pardo-Habashi, L. Myers, K. Braunstein,
N. Huso, S. Bachir, O. Squires, B. Rusholme, A.
George, M. Lindsay, D. Huso, C. Thomas, D. Judge,
H. C. Dietz.
Thursday, October 24
2:00
PM
–4:15
PM
Concurrent Platform (abstract-driven)
Session C (28-36)
SESSION 35 – Genomic Medicine: Counseling,
Education and Health Services
Grand Ballroom AB, Concourse Level, Westin Boston
Waterfront Hotel
Moderators
:
Wendy Uhlmann, Univ. of Michigan;
Katherine Kim, Lurie Children’s Hosp. of Chicago
232
/2:00
Reasons why patients decline whole
genome sequencing in the MedSeq Project.
D.
M. Lautenbach, J. L. Vassy, K. D. Christensen, A. L.
McGuire, H. L. Rehm, M. F. Murray, C. Y. Ho, C. A.
MacRae, C. E. Seidman, R. M. Miller, C. Liu, R. C.
Green.
233
/2:15
How do research participants perceive
uncertainty” in genomic sequencing?
B. Biesecker,
L. Biesecker, P. Han.
234
/2:30
Factors influencing healthcare utilization
in response to personal genetic testing.
S. S. Kalia,
K. D. Christensen, C. A. Chen, J. L. Mountain, T. A.
Moreno, J. S. Roberts, R. C. Green, for PGen Study
Group.
235
/2:45
Does personal genome testing drive
service utilization in an adult preventive medicine
clinic?
N. Hoang, R. Hayeems, J. Davies, L. Velsher, J.
Aw, S. Pu, S. Wodak, S. Chenier, J. Stavropoulos, R.
Babul-Hirji, R. Weksberg, C. Shuman.
236
/3:00
Opportunity and cost of clinical whole
genome sequencing.
F. Dewey, M. Grove, C. Pan,
B. Goldstein, J. Bernstein, H. Chaib, R. Goldfeder, K.
Ormond, C. Caleshu, K. Kingham, T. Klein, M. Whirl-
Carrillo, K. Sakamoto, M. Wheeler, A. Butte, J. Ford, L.
Boxer, J. Ioannidis, A. Yeung, R. Altman, T. Assimes,
M. Snyder, E. Ashley, T. Quertermous.
237
/3:15
Cost-effectiveness analysis of next-
generation sequencing in etiologic evaluations for
prelingual hearing loss.
M. E. Nunes, N. T. Manzano,
J. L. Natoli, K. A. Wendt.
238
/3:30
Documentation of medical decision-
making for genetic testing in the health record.
M.
T. Scheuner, J. Peredo, T. J. Sale, B. T. Tran, A. T.
Jones, A. B. Hamilton, L. Hilborne, I. M. Lubin.
239
/3:45
Medical genetics and genomics: Parallel
revolutions in science and undergraduate medical
education.
S. Dasgupta, K. Hyland, K. Garber, J.-A.
Gold, H. Toriello, K. Weissbecker, D. Waggoner.
240
/4:00
Genomic medicine in primary care:
Views of Ontario family physicians.
S. Morrison, J.
Allanson, F. A. Miller, J. A. Permaul, B. J. Wilson, J. C.
Carroll.