Causal Transcriptional Consequences of Human Genetic Variation

Renewal of P50 HG003170

Principal Investigator: George Church

Duration: 2010-2015

 

Project Goal: Renewal of a currently funded Center for Excellence in Genome Science at Harvard Medical School.

 

Dr. Green’s Role: (Consultant) Advise the CEGS on components of the grant involving human subjects research and assist in the training component, particularly the Minority Action Plan.  Specifically, my role is to assist in designing outcomes to measure the success of recruitment, inspiration and education of trainees.

 

To learn more about Dr. Church’s work, please visit the Department of Genetics at Harvard Medical School.

Returning Individual Genetic Research Results to Parents and Children

National Institutes of Health, RC1-HG005491 (I. Holm, PI)

Principal Investigator: Ingrid Holm

Duration: 2009-2011

 

Project Goal: As part of the Children’s Hospital “Gene Partnership,” which aims to collect genetic material on inpatients and outpatients and utilize this in conjunction with their medical records to perform research, this sub-study establishes the Informed Cohort Oversight Board (ICOB) for the Gene Partnership program. The ICOB will survey parents of children to determine which genetic results they would wish to learn.

 

Dr. Green’s Role: (Consultant) To serve on the ICOB and assist in the development of instruments to assess attitudes and outcomes among subjects enrolled.

 

To learn more about Dr. Holm’s work, please visit Boston Children’s Hospital.

Publications Description post

Dr. Green and the G2P program team publish articles on various topics in translational genomics and Alzheimer’s disease. To locate publications by topic or G2P project title, please browse the publications topics below.