TAG ARCHIVES FOR biospecimens

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Jun2017

Over the coming months, I’m going to look more closely at a few areas of the revised rule. I won’t be giving tips on implementation, just pointing out some of what I find interesting in a few specific areas. In this post, I’m going to take a deeper dive into the changes around informed consent, an area that, as I mentioned in my preliminary reflections on the rule, I am pretty excited about. Read more

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Jun2017

As the biomedical research enterprise increasingly moves to a more participatory model of research, where research participants are treated more as partners than passive subjects, we can expect greater emphasis on returning individual-level results of research to participants. A prominent example is the All of Us Research Program. Read more

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May2017

This week’s Research Ethics Roundup reviews the ways research with biospecimens has changed since Henrietta Lacks' story made news, how the National Institutes of Health (NIH)'s grant application changes focus on transparency in preclinical research, how ethicists can avoid stereotyping prisoners who choose to participate in research, and how one of the top research search engines is improving transparency efforts. Read more

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Sep2016

Since the release of the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking to revise the Common Rule a year ago, I have been thinking about biospecimens research, specifically about the role of public trust in the success of such research, and about some of the tensions that arise between respecting people’s autonomy, and advancing potentially important and beneficial science. This is a complicated cluster of issues that, while particularly salient to biospecimen research, is generalizable to the research enterprise as a whole. Read more

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