Personal Genetics Education Project

See you at American Society of Human Genetics (ASHG) October 15-19, 2019!

pgEd’s Marnie and Nadine are presenting a breakfast workshop at ASHG on Wednesday, October 16th at 7:15am. Check out our abstract below, and meeting details are here: https://www.ashg.org/2019meeting/ We are looking forward to a lively conversation! —— Over the past 2+ years, deep-rooted racial and cultural tensions have risen to the surface across the United […]

Privacy and informed consent: “Operation Double Helix” charges 35...

Even with a good understanding of informed consent and an awareness of the risks and benefits of genetic testing, there are unfortunately ways in which well-meaning people, hoping to use genetic testing to improve their health, can run into problems. The US Department of Justice has charged 35 people with fraud, alleging doctors and others […]

pgEd wraps up 2019 Summer Tour!

The pgEd team was busy this summer, getting out and talking to people about genetics and all the ways it may impact their lives.  Between June and August, we hosted or participated in teacher workshops in Alabama, Maine, Massachusetts, Nebraska, South Dakota, Texas, and Wisconsin. We appreciate all the teachers who took some time from their summer vacation to spend with us, and […]

How are patients being impacted by new genetic therapies?

With the advent of CRISPR and the hopes associated with using genetic engineering to treat genetic diseases, it is challenging to keep up with the many reports of clinical trials, FDA approvals, and families hoping for help thanks to the use of gene therapy and gene editing. After years of research, several clinical trials are […]

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A behind the scenes peek of the movie ANYA!

pgEd collaborated with the filmmakers to provide insights on ethical issues related to genetics. We're excited for the film to promote conversations about genetic technologies.
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Thanks for sharing! We're scheduling free Skype Q&As all day 2/20/20 in celebration of ANTHRODAY. And have a discount code as well.

Three great options to celebrate #AnthroDay2020 (2/20/20) with ANYA, a modern science and fiction drama grounded in genetics and anthropology. Option 1: Watch ANYA for 20% off between 2/18-2/25 at vimeo.com/ondemand/anyamovie with coupon code ANYA2020. Option 2: Join in the online discussion at 2/18-2/25 athttps://www.facebook.com/events/165431928023472/ Option 3: Schedule a free Skype Q&A anytime 2/20/20 with ANYA's co-creator, anthropologist Carylanna Taylor. Great for a classroom discussions! Message us or email info@1efilms.com to schedule.

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