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POSTER SESSIONS
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ednesday authors will present; T=Thursday authors will present; F=Friday authors will pr
esent
2437
W Effect of using a family history tool on
communication with family and health care providers.
C.
Wang, A. Sen, M. Plegue, M. Ruffin, S. O’Neill, W. Rubinstein,
L. Acheson, for Family Healthware Impact Trial Group.
2438
T Mapping the next-generation sequencing
industry.
M. A. Curnutte, K. L. Frumovitz, J. Bollinger,
G. H. Javitt, K. S. Carner, D. Kaufman, A. L. McGuire.
2439
W The commercialization of non-invasive prenatal
testing: Will a private market drive effective clinical
translation?
A. Agarwal, L. Sayres, M. Cho, R. Cook-
Deegan, S. Chandrasekharan.
2440
T Continuity of care of patients with inherited
genetic disorders.
H. Azimi, S. Ghavimi.
2441
W Communicating with biobank participants:
preferences for receiving aggregate results and
providing updates to researchers.
J. Mester, M. Mercer,
A. Goldenberg, R. Moore, C. Eng, R. Sharp.
2442
T The European Network for Human Congenital
Imprinting Disorders — A new COST Action (BM1208).
T. Eggermann, BM1208 Members.
2443
W The “eugenics” program and public health
genomics in China and their implications towards East
Asia.
K. Muto, B. Zhao, H. Hong.
2444
T The attitudes of patients with cystic fib osis and
their parents towards direct-to-consumer genetic testing.
S. Janssens, C. Binst, I. Mahieu, A. De Paepe, P. Borry.
2445
W Genetic causal beliefs of morbidity:
associations with health behaviors and outcome
beliefs of behavior changes during two decades in the
general population.
A. H. Haukkala, N. Hankonen, H.
Konttinen, M. Perola, H. Kääriäinen, V. Salomaa.
2446
T A systematic approach to the development of
evidence-based family history screening in pediatric
primary care.
E. Edelman, B. K. Lin, N. Mikat-Stevens, L.
Vasquez, K. Hughes, J. Scott.
2447
W An assessment of perceived medical and
psychosocial needs of families that have children
affected by Duchenne muscular dystrophy in Madurai,
India.
S. Kejriwal, K. Ormond, V. S. Arun, L. Stanislas,
C. Siskind.
2448
T Reporting of incidental copy number variation
detected by chromosomal microarray analysis in
normal” parents/family members — A review of 3500
cases.
A. Patel, S. W. Cheung, P. Stankiewicz, A. Breman,
S. R. Lalani, J. Smith, C. Shaw, S. Peacock, A. Braxton, L.
Ellis, P. Ward, J. R. Lupski, A. Beaudet, W. Bi.
2449
W The Hospital for Sick Children Genome
Clinic: Developing and evaluating a pediatric model
for individualized genomic medicine.
M. S. Meyn, S.
Bowdin, N. Monfared, D. Merico, D. J. Stavropoulos, M.
Girdea, R. Hayeems, T. Stockley, M. Szego, G. D. Bader,
R. D. Cohn, C. R. Marshall, R. Zlotnik Shaul, M. Brudno,
C. Shuman, P. Ray.
Ethical, Legal, Social and Policy
Issues in Genetics
2425
W The research connection: Development
of an integrated institutional pediatric research
infrastructure as a model framework for multi-
institution implementation and collaboration.
S. K.
Savage, C. M. Clinton, W. A. Wolf, D. M. Margulies.
2426
T Revisiting the role of gamete and embryo donor
registries on the transmission of genetic information
between donation relatives, in light of the principle of
beneficence
V. Couture, M.-A. Dubois, R. Drouin, J.-M.
Moutquin, C. Bouffard.
2427
W Participant views of re-consent and broad
consent in cancer genetics research.
K. Edwards, D.
Korngiebel, L. Pfeifer, J. Scott, N. Shridhar, D. Kaufman,
D. Bowen, C. Condit.
2428
T Balancing patient privacy while supporting
rich and convenient access to clinical genomic data.
E. R. Riggs, J. Berg, C. Bustamante, D. M. Church, W.
A. Faucett, M. Feolo, D. H. Ledbetter, D. Maglott, C. L.
Martin, D. Metterville, J. Mitchell, R. Nussbaum, J. Ostell,
S. Plon, H. Rehm, L. Rodriguez, W. Rubinstein, M. Watson,
International Collaboration for Clinical Genomics.
2429
W Utility of the X chromosome pattern of
inheritance: The identification of close elatives
through direct-to-consumer genetic testing.
K. Johnston.
2430
T NIH’s approach and expectations for genomic
data sharing: The draft NIH Genomic Data Sharing
Policy.
D. Paltoo, A. Bailey, C. Fomous, K. Langlais,
E. Lueketmeier, T. Paine, R. Wise, L. Lyman Rodriguez.
2431
W The potential power of personal genomics in
reducing social stereotypes: Attitudinal study and
computer animation of results for 4,000 Japanese
respondents.
T. Kido, M. Swan.
2432
T Investigating the interplay of patients’ hopes
and expectations of next-generation sequencing.
K.
Clift, A. Fiksdal, R. Topazian, A. Kumbamu, J. McCormick.
2433
W Genetic privacy in the European Union —
Exploring the impact of the proposed Data Protection
Regulations.
A. de Paor.
2434
T An evidence-based framework for incidental
findings f om exome sequencing in the pediatric
setting.
E. T. DeChene, S. Mulchandani, M. C. Dulik, L.
K. Conlin, J. L. Abrudan, B. A. Bernhardt, K. Izumi, S. E.
Noon, R. E. Pyeritz, A. Santani, I. F. Slack, C. A. Stolle,
A. B. Wilkens, I. D. Krantz, N. B. Spinner.
2435
W ELSI as applied to non-invasive prenatal
testing.
M. W. Leach.
2436
T Research policy of the Genome Science Project
in Japan.
J. Minari, K. Kato.