Vaccines and Genomics

October 29, 2015

Opening a new blog series from our Genomic Uses in Infectious Diseases and Epidemics (GUIDE) Project, thoughts from the team on genetic testing for adverse reactions to vaccination

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As research moves healthcare into the modern era, what of our evolving understanding of the interpersonal elements of medical care and the difference they can make to patient outcomes?

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Berman Institute Scholars launch a curriculum for training diverse healthcare workers to apply palliative care principles to pediatric patients suffering from sickle cell disease and Duchenne muscular dystrophy

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A new, non-invasive genetic test reveals a fetus’ genome months before it’s born, presenting, and possibly exacerbating, many of the ethical and social risks associated with existing methods of prenatal genetic testing

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Amid Bioethics Week at Johns Hopkins University, Berman Institute core faculty members challenge snarky stereotype with a call to collaborate in the name of science

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Direct-to-consumer genetic testing satisfies the curious, but at what cost? Recent surveys provide a glimpse into the psychological, behavioral and clinical impact of test results

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