Professional Practice & Social Implications Committee

The Professional Practice & Social Implications Committee will recommend, and upon Board approval carry out, activities that help ASHG members and the research community advance genetics and genomics in ways that integrate and embed societal impacts within research goals and practices. The committee will consider, document, and provide to members best practices that advance genetics research and its responsible application; address benefits and implications of emerging research knowledge, technologies, and tools; develop guidance for community engagement and inclusion of diverse populations, and other activities as approved by the Board. Committee meets by conference call as needed and at the Annual Meeting.

View the Professional Practice & Social Implications Committee’s Action Plan

Committee Group: Scientific & Research Excellence, along with Program Committee

2020 Committee Members

  • Co-chair: Kyle Brothers, MD, PhD, University of Louisville
  • Co-chair: Sarah Tishkoff, PhD, University of Pennsylvania
  • Samira Asgari, PhD, Brigham & Women’s Hospital/Harvard Medical School
  • Cinnamon Bloss, PhD, University of California, San Diego
  • Ed Esplin, MD, Invitae
  • Nanibaa’ Garrison, PhD, Seattle Children’s Research Institute
  • Andrew Landstrom, MD, PhD, Duke University
  • Amy Lemke, PhD, MS NorthShore University Health System
  • Chloe Mighton, BS/BA , St. Michael’s Hospital
  • John Novembre, PhD, University of Chicago
  • Cathy Stein, PhD, Case Western Reserve University

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