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  1. Chavarría-Soley G, Raventós H (2022). The case of Costa Rica (and Latin America): high acceptance of genetic research and data sharing, but low representation. A part of the Engagement & Society Research Seminar Webinar Series. 12 January. Online
  2. Cambridge Network (2021) New centre to foster global conversations about ethical issues raised by science. [Online] Available at: [Accessed 12 January 2022]
  3. Murtagh JM, Machirori M, Gaff CL ...Middleton A, Milne R, Patch C, et al (2021) Engaged genomic science produces better and fairer outcomes: an engagement framework for engaging and involving participants, patients and publics in genomics research and healthcare implementation. Wellcome Open Research [Online] Vol 6 (Issue 311). Available at: [Accessed: 12 January 2021]
  4. Knopper BM, Vears D, Ho WLC, ... Middleton A, et al (2021) Voices of GA4GH members: Collaborating in technology and policy development. Cell Genomics, [Online] vol. 1, issue 2, Available at: [Accessed: 5 January 2022]
  5. Rehm HL, Page AJH, Smith L. ... Middleton A, Milne R, Patch C, et al (2021) GA4GH: International policies and standards for data sharing across genomic research and healthcare. Cell Genomics, [Online] vol. 1, issue 2, Available at: [Accessed: 5 January 2022]
  6. Voigt T, Prainsack B (2021). “For-profit companies don’t care about patients’ well-being” Data and sharing in Germany. A part of the Engagement & Society Research Seminar Webinar Series. 10 November. Online
  7. Cong Y (2021). Public Perspectives on Genetic Information: Is there an essential difference between China and the UK? A part of the Society and Ethics Research Seminar Webinar Series. 5 October. Online
  8. Borra JL (2021) Gnomes, Princess Von Schweetz, and Knocking boots. An exercise in socialising science. [Online] Medium: Bioeconomy.XYZ. 21st September Available at:    [Accessed: 24 September 2021]
  9. Dickinson A (2021) Socialising the genome: building a bridge between the public and the science. Hospital Times, issue 2, pp 56-57
  10. Cosmo Genetics Film Festival (2021) Music of Life: What is a Gene. Online, St Petersburg, Russia. 9 August
  11. Milne R (2021). Trust and trustworthiness in genomic data sharing. A part of the Society and Ethics Research Seminar Webinar Series. 21 July. Online
  12. Roberts J (2021) Op Ed. 'Genetic counselling will be key to help parents navigate changes in prenatal testing.' The Guardian. 13 July. Available at:  [Accessed: 13 July 2021]
  13. Patch C (2021). Genomic Health Care: Where we are and possible futures. Keynote lecture of the Nursing, Genomics & Healthcare Conference. Wellcome Connecting Sciene Courses and Conferences. 21 July. Online
  14. Walsh S, Merrick R, Milne R & Brayne C (2021) Aducanumab for Alzheimer’s disease? The BMJ, vol. 374, issue 8299
  15. Middleton A, Parry V (2021). Socialising the Genome: Genomics, Communications and Public Trust. Invited speakers by the Public Policy Projects G20 Webinar event. 15 June. Online
  16. Middleton A (2021). ‘Your DNA, Your Say’ - a global public attitudes study on genomic data sharing. A part of the Society and Ethics Research Seminar Webinar Series. 26 May. Online
  17. Milne, R., Morley, K.I., Almarri, M.A. et al (2021). Demonstrating trustworthiness when collecting and sharing genomic data: public views across 22 countries. Genome Medicine [Online]. Volume 13, Article 92. Available at:  [Accessed: 26 May 2021]
  18. Savić-Kallesøe S, Middleton A and Milne R (2021) Public trust and genomic medicine in Canada and the UK [version 1; peer review: 2 approved, 1 approved with reservations]. Wellcome Open Research, vol 6, issue 124 [online]. Available at:   [Accessed: 29 June 2021] 
  19. Torres L. with Middleton A (2021) [online]. Interview for the UCLA Genetic Counseling Student Interest Group. University of California, Los Angeles. 4 May
  20. Middleton A (2021) Your DNA, Your Say: Global public attitudes towards genomic data sharing.Part of the Wellcome Connecting Science Personal Genomics Virtual Conference, 28 April, online. 
  21. Tutty E, Hickerton C, Terrill B, Middleton A (2021) The expectations and realities of nutrigenomic testing in Australia: A qualitative study on-line. Health Expectations, vol. 24, issue 2, pp 670-686
  22. Milne R, Sorbie A, Dixon-Woods M, (2021) What can data trusts for health research learn from participatory governance in biobanks. Journal of Medical Ethics. Published Online First: 19 March 2021. doi:10.1136/medethics-2020-107020
  23. Middleton A, (2021) Master multi-stakeholder collaboration, and it will be possible for the EU to master genomic data sharing. EU Reporter Online. Available at: Accessed 15 March 2021.
  24. Middleton A (2021) Your DNA Your Say. 9th Presidency European Personalised Medicine Alliance Conference. 8th May, virtual
  25. Chavarria-Soley G, Francis-Cartin F, Jimenez-Gonzalez F, Ávila-Aguirre A, Castro-Gozez MJ, Robarts L, Middleton A, Raventós H (2021) Attitudes of Costa Rican individuals towards donation of personal genetic data for research. Personalized Medicine, vol 18, no. 2, pp 141-152
  26. de Wert G, Dondorp W, Clarke A.... Howard H, Patch C, et al. (2021) Opportunistic genomic screening. Recommendations of the European Society of Human Genetics. European Journal of Human Genetics, vol. 29, issue 3, pp 365-377
  27. J. Hammond, I. Garner, M. Hill, C. Patch, et al., Animation or leaflet: Does it make a difference when educating young people about genome sequencing?, Patient Educ Couns,
  28. Archer L (2021). Engaging young people with STEM: A Science Capital approach. Invited speaker as a part of the Society and Ethics Research Seminar Webinar Series. 8 February. Online
  29. Middleton A (2020). Genetic counselling in the future - what are the challenges and what are the existing opportunities. Delivered lecture  on the Genomic Practice for Genetic Counsellors course. Advanced Courses and Scientific Conferences, Wellcome Connecting Science, online, 4 February.
  30. Wigley, Chris (2021). Prof Anna Middleton: Starting genomic conversations with X-Men [The G Word: Genetics England Podcast] Season 1, episode 4, 3rd February. Available at:   [accessed: 19 February]