SIENNA publications on the ELSI of Human Genomics
The SIENNA project is starting to produce results that will be published both in public deliverable reports and peer-reviewed journals. This page lists our outputs covering the ELSI of human genomics. You will find a complete list of outputs from the SIENNA project here.
- Howard H, Niemiec E, Soulier A, SIENNA D2.1 State-of-the-art review, WP2 Human Genomics, 2019, Public deliverable from the SIENNA project. Download the D2.1 report from the CORDIS portal here.
- Howard H, Niemiec E, Tamborino L, Lanzerath D et al. D2.3 Survey of REC approaches and codes for Human Genomics, 2018, Public deliverable report from the SIENNA project. Download the D2.3 report from the CORDIS portal here
- Slokenberga S, et al. D2.2 Analysis of the legal and human rights requirements for genomics in and outside the EU, 2019, Public deliverable report from the SIENNA project. Download the D2.2 report (submitted to H2020, awaiting approval)
- Niemiec E & Howard HC, Germline Genome Editing Research: What Are Gamete Donors (Not) Informed About in Consent Forms?, The CRISPR Journal, 2020;3:1 52-63
- Niemiec E & Howard HC, "Genethics" and Public Health Genomics, in Applied Genomics and Public Health / [ed] George P. Patrinos, San Diego: Elsevier Inc./Academic Press, 2020, 1, p. 243-257
- Slokenberga S & Howard HC, The right to science and human germline editing. Sweden, its external commitments and the ambiguous national responses under the Genetic Integrity Act, Förvaltningsrättslig Tidskrift, 2019;2:199-222.
- Canellopoulou-Bottis, Maria, The Greek Law on Genetics and Genomics - An Overview and Outlook for Future Perspectives, SSRN, available online December 4, 2018
Newsletters from the SIENNA project
- Human Genomics: Connect with the SIENNA project, May 21, 2019
- SIENNA Project: Codes, guidelines & legal requirements for Human Genomics, June 2, 2020
Related publications (not SIENNA results)
- Vears DF, Niemiec E, Howard HC, Borry P, How do consent forms for diagnostic high‐throughput sequencing address unsolicited and secondary findings? A content analysis, Clinical Genetics, 2018;94(3-4): 21-329.
- Vears DF, Niemiec E, Howard HC, Borry P, Analysis of VUS reporting, variant reinterpretation and recontact policies in clinical genomic sequencing consent forms, European Journal of Human Genetics, 2018;26:1743–1751.