Your DNA, Your Say Australian

Christine Critchley and Dianne Nicol lead on the Your DNA, Your Say study in Australia
1st September 2017

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Christine Critchley

Christine Critchley is a Professor of Psychology at Swinburne University and member of the Centre for Law and Genetics at the University of Tasmania. Her research focuses on public trust and attitudes, survey methodology and statistical modelling. Christine is particularly interested in the impact of commercialisation on public trust in areas such as precision medicine, biobanking, genome editing, and stem cell research. Together with her colleague Professor Dianne Nicol, Christine is leading the Australian component of Your DNA, Your Say.

 

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Dianne Nicol

Dianne Nicol is a Professor of Law and Director of the Centre for Law and Genetics at the University of Tasmania. Dianne‚Äôs research focuses primarily on the regulation and governance of personalized medicine, biobanking, genome editing and other emerging technologies, together with commercialisation of biotechnology and patenting of biotechnological inventions. Together with her colleague Professor Christine Critchley, Dianne is leading the Australia component of Your DNA, Your Say.

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Centre for Law and Genetics at the University of Tasmania

Citation:

Your DNA, Your Say [Online]. Available at: https://surveys.genomethics.org/survey/yourdnayoursay/en [Accessed: 29 May 2018].