Weekly Twitter Roundup

Each week there are a number of stories and developments that, for one reason or another, don’t find their way into a full-length posting on the Genomics Law Report. Here’s a recap of what I was Tweeting this week @genomicslawyer:

  • RT @dgmacarthur: Cell tweeting article mentions @girlscientist, @phylogenomics, @sciencebase, and my cautionary tale: http://bit.ly/2HQjj6
  • “Privacy & Ownership of an Individual’s Personal Genetic Information” http://bit.ly/2sEBrK (from Jennifer Sweeney of @Knome)
  • RT @dgmacarthur: New Scientist has a piece on @23andMe’s GWAS presentation at #ASHG2009, quoting me: http://bit.ly/1N4Xw2
  • RT @DNAnetwork Would you submit your DNA to get a job? http://bit.ly/4nZmwE A different question this year than last, following GINA
  • What happens when professors have valuable inventions? http://bit.ly/NZ8Gz
  • Foley IP Practice Gets Boost from $208M Gov’t. Contract http://bit.ly/ek8sG (via @cheriewoodward @ABAJournal)
  • RT @Duncande Ted Med: Anne Wojcicki just made it official: 23andme has tested 30,000 genomes (ie. Customers?) / Anne used the word “Genomes”
  • RT @gw_dailyscan: Making Changes: A US Senate insider is confident that #patent reform will occur soon. http://bit.ly/1oClO
  • RT @gw_dailyscan: So Many Laws, So Little Coverage: http://bit.ly/DMhWW
  • What ELSI is New? Finding the Proper Place for Genetics in Insurance: http://bit.ly/4qpJD9 (from @markgfh of @TimesScience)
  • RT @humangenomeorg Official hashtag for the HUGO #genomics and ethics, law and society symposium (http://bit.ly/1YWObl) is #GELS09
  • Back to the Future: NIH to Revisit #Genomic Data-Sharing Policy http://bit.ly/11Qs0H
  • RT @dgmacarthur: If science is now a data management problem, then those responsible for data management have failed: http://bit.ly/1gbKSw
  • “Personalized Genomic Medicine and Health Care Justice” http://bit.ly/rAPfJ Part of What ELSI is New, from Michelle McGowan
  • Kalahari Bushmen Genome Project Underway: http://bit.ly/O2xEL (via @mikesgene)
  • New standards for genome sequence data quality: http://bit.ly/2qvMLu (from @PHGFoundation)
  • Federal #Privacy Regulation and the Financially Troubled DTC #Genomics Company: http://bit.ly/3ztCqv
  • Unintended Consequences: Wellness, Genetics and GINA: http://bit.ly/21ROXn (from InsureBlog)
  • RT @NatureNews: Collins hits the gym following genetic testing http://ff.im/-axXQX
  • We’ll Order it, But Have No Idea What To Do After: http://bit.ly/OFXKp @gw_dailyscan on MDs training for and utilization of genetic tests
  • Education, Not Regulation, Will Benefit Consumers of Recreational Genetics: http://bit.ly/3p0Cux (via @blaine_5)
  • DTC Disconnect: Why the genomics community is going to have trouble talking to patients & docs alike http://bit.ly/2YuNMh (@matthewherper)
  • RT @dgmacarthur: Genetic Future post: 23andMe presents novel genetic associations at American Society of Hum.. http://bit.ly/u97a6
  • RT @GenCounsNews: Patent Docs Blog reports: Empirical Research Fails to Support Gene Patent Ban: http://bit.ly/Khaku
  • Medical vs. “Recreational” Genomics: Drawing a Line in the Sand: http://bit.ly/ydH7z (from @alliejanson)