Items Tagged ‘Dr. Richard Sharp’

July 30, 2019

Community voices guide use of biobank samples in research

By Sharon Rosen sharonhrosen

Article by Caitlin Doran Mayo Clinic supports biobanks — large collections of patient biological samples—near each of its three campuses in Arizona, Florida and Minnesota, with the goal of advancing research to broaden the understanding of health and disease. Paired with each biobank, Mayo fields a community advisory board (CAB), whose members are recruited from […]

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Tags: #Arizona State University, #Bioethics at the Cinema, #Center for Individualized Medicine Bioethics Program, #Mayo Clinic Biobank, #Mountain Park Health Center, #Rochester Public Library, #Sangre Por Salud Biobank, Barry Hall, Bioethics, center for individualized medicine, Community Advisory Boards, community outreach


June 24, 2019

Medicine and Artificial Intelligence: Ethical Tensions

By Sharon Rosen sharonhrosen

While artificial intelligence is already transforming health care by improving diagnostic accuracy and speeding the analysis of biological and genomics data to better understand disease, there are many ethical issues that should be considered. This was the message that Mayo Clinic bioethicist Richard Sharp, Ph.D., shared with attendees at the first Mayo Clinic Artificial Intelligence […]

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Tags: #Artificial Intelligence, #Center for Individualized Medicine Bioethics Program, #Genomics data, #Mayo Clinic Biomedical Ethics Research Program, Bioethics, center for individualized medicine, computer models, Dr. Richard Sharp, Genetics, genomics, mayo clinic, Mayo Clinic Artificial Intelligence Symposium


January 29, 2018

Direct-to-consumer genetic testing—a rapidly shifting landscape

By Colette Gallagher colettegallagher

Direct-to-consumer genetic or over the counter testing emerged in the early 2000s as a means of allowing consumers to access information about their genetics without the involvement of a physician. While early models were popular with consumers, they were controversial in medical and regulatory circles. In the January 2018 issue of Mayo Clinic Proceedings authors […]

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Tags: #David Robinson, #DNA analysis, #Dr. Megan Allyse, #DTC genomic tests, #medical education, #Symposium on Precision Medicine, Bioethics, biomedical ethics, center for individualized medicine, Dr. Matthew Ferber, Dr. Richard Sharp, mayo clinic


August 22, 2017

Experts discuss hot topics in precision medicine – home DNA tests, pain management, undiagnosed diseases and more

By Sharon Rosen sharonhrosen

New genomic technologies and discoveries are transforming medical care in ways that we have yet to fully understand. It’s no longer business as usual. Physicians are seeing new approaches to many aspects of daily medical care, such as ordering genetic tests, choosing pain management therapies or prescribing medications. For example, both physicians and patients may […]

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Tags: #CIMCon17, #Dr. Amy Lemke, #Dr. David Bick, #Dr. Donald Basel, #Dr. James Liu, #Dr. Robert Green, #Dr. Susanne Haga, #Dr. Wendy van Zelst-Stams, #Dr. William Mauck, #Individualizing Medicine 2017, #pain management, #rare genetic diseases


August 17, 2017

Lessons from Henrietta Lacks’ story: improving research collaboration with patients, communities

By Sharon Rosen sharonhrosen

Stunned, surprised and moved – these are just some of the reactions people shared in a discussion on ethics, race and medicine after viewing the movie, The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, at the Science at the Cinema event in Rochester, Minnesota held earlier this month. The film tells the compelling story of Henrietta Lacks, whose […]

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Tags: #African Descendants Mayo Employee Resource Group, #CIMCon17, #Dr. LaPrincess Brewer, #Individualizing Medicine 2017, #Mary Gorfine, #Mayo Clinic Biobank, #Mayo Clinic Biomedical Ethics Research Program, #Mayo Clinic Community Advisory Board, #Mayo Clinic Community Engaged Research Advisory Board, #Mayo Clinic Office of Community Engagement in Research, #Nasra Giama, #Rochester Public Library


August 1, 2017

Henrietta Lacks’ legacy: a conversation about ethics, race and medicine

By Sharon Rosen sharonhrosen

Henrietta Lacks’ cells – taken without her knowledge or permission in 1951 –provided the foundation for pioneering medical discoveries, including development of the polio vaccine, gene mapping, cancer treatments and much more. See this riveting story on the big screen and discuss its application to medical and ethical decisions you may face on a daily […]

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Tags: #African Descendants Mayo Employee Resource Group, #Aiyana Batton, #Dr. Brooke Watkins, #Dr. LaPrincess Brewer, #ethical issues, #Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, #Mary Gorfine, #Mayo Clinic Biomedical Ethics Research Program, #Mayo Clinic Community Engaged Research Advisory Board, #Mayo Clinic Office of Community Engagement in Research, #Nasra Giama, #Rochester Public Library


December 13, 2016

Looking back and forward: ethical issues surrounding home DNA kits

By Sharon Rosen sharonhrosen

Home DNA kits are alluring for their deep dive into the unknown:  Learn your true heritage, or discover your real biological parent. For almost 15 years, people have had the opportunity to learn about their genetic makeup using at-home genetic testing kits. They’ve become so common that you see them sold on deal-of-the-day consumer websites […]

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Tags: #Center for Individualized Mediicne, #David Robinson, #DNA analysis, #DTC genomic tests, #medicaleducation, #medicalresearch, #Summer undergraduate research fellow, #SURF, Bioethics, biomedical ethics, Dr. Richard Sharp, mayo clinic


September 9, 2016

Community Advisory Boards Bring Patient Perspective to Research

By Sharon Rosen sharonhrosen

The promise of precision medicine, driven primarily by DNA sequencing technology that’s becoming faster and cheaper, has spurred research into new ways to bring individualized medicine to you. As a result, there’s growing demand in the research community for access to high quality health data and biological samples used in studies aimed at new discoveries. […]

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Tags: Biobank, center for individualized medicine, Dr, Dr. Alexander Parker, Dr. Richard Sharp, Mayo Clinic Arizona, Mayo Clinic Florida, Mayo Clinic MN


5 Things You Need to Know about Genetic Testing

April 15, 2016

5 Things You Need to Know about Genetic Testing

By Jeff Briggs JeffreyBriggs

When you provide just one sample of your DNA, researchers are able to use it to learn more about your health history, assess your chances of contracting certain diseases and even gain a better understanding of the importance family history can play in your health outlook. It sounds futuristic, but it is all very real. […]

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Tags: Bioethics, center for individualized medicine, DNA Sequencing, Dr. Richard Sharp, gene sequencing, Genetic Testing, Genome Sequencing


December 8, 2015

Secondary Genetic Findings: Do You Want to Know?

By Jeff Briggs JeffreyBriggs

Genomics is a field of medicine that is rapidly growing and developing. The details of a person’s genome may provide clues or sometimes direct answers that lead to treatment and improved care. As a result, this improved, individualized care is also changing the patient experience. Patients are faced with a wealth of information that appears […]

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Tags: Bioethics, biomedical ethics, Biomedical Ethics Program, Bob Nellis, center for individualized medicine, Discovery's Edge, Dr. Gregory Gores, Dr. Karl Nath, Dr. Richard Sharp, Genetic Testing, Secondary findings


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