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  1. Middleton A on behalf of the DDD project (2016) Engaging 7,000 people about the return of results from sequencing research.  International Congress of Human Genetics. CIS18-4. Kyoto, Japan 5th April. Invited Plenary Spoken presentation.
  2. Middleton A (2016) Gathering attitudes from the public towards data sharing: survey and films. GA4GH Global Engagement Workshop. Kyoto International Convention Centre, Japan 3rd April. Spoken presentation. 
  3. Ochert, A 2016. Animations help the public to understand genomics. BioNews [Online] Issue 844. Available at: [Accessed: 14 February 2018]
  4. McKie R (2016) Quotes and research featured from Anna Middleton. ‘Can’t figure out genetics? Here’s a handy guide: Advertising expert joins project to explain science in plain English.’ The Guardian. 13 March. Available at: [Accessed: 22 February 2018]
  5. Simmonds S (2016) Interview with Anna Middleton. ‘Simple Genetics’ [TV] Sky News, 15 March
  6. Niemiec, E (2017). Twoje DNA, Twoje zdanie. [Online]. Available at: [Accessed: 26 February 2018].
  7. Middleton A (2016) Overview of Genetic Counselling. 1 day workshop delivered with Dr Christine Patch from Guys and St Thomas' Hospital. Invited by the Centre for Arab Genomic Studies as part of the Pan Arab Human Genetics Conference, Dubai 21-23 January
  8. Middleton A, Morley K, Bragin E, Firth HE, Hurles ME, et al on behalf of the DDD study (2016) Attitudes of nearly 7000 health professionals, genomic researchers and publics toward the return of incidental results from sequencing research. European Journal Human Genetics, vol. 24, issue 1, pp 21-29, January
  9. Society and Ethics Research Wellcome Genome Campus (2015). NHS & HEE 100K Genomes Consent. Available at: [Accessed: 22 February 2018].              
  10. Middleton A (2015) Ethics and Genomics. Teaching on the Wellcome Trust Advanced Course for professionals: Molecular Pathology and Diagnosis of Cancer, Genome Campus, Hinxton, Cambridge, 24th November
  11. Middleton A (2015) Return of results in participant-centred genomic research. Invited presentation at the Brocher Foundation. Ethical aspects of participant-centred research initiatives. HC Howard, E Vayena, P Borry. Geneva 1-2 October.
  12. Middleton A (2015) If you know it, I'd like to know it too. Article for the Newsletter of the British Society for Genetic Medicine. Issue 53, October 2015
  13. Middleton A (2015) Socialising the Genome. Invited presentation to Radbound University Leaders visit to the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, Hinxton, 18th September.
  14. Rubin G (2015) Interview with Anna Middleton. 'Should we be doing more to expose paternity fraud?' The Telegraph, 4 September. Available at: [Accessed: 20 February 2018]
  15. Middleton A, Wright CF, Morley KI, Bragin E, Firth HV, et al on behalf of the DDD study (2015) Potential research participants support the return of raw sequence data. Journal of Medical Genetics, vol. 52, issue 8, pp 571-574, August
  16. Middleton A, Wright C, Firth H, Hurles M, Parker M on behalf of the DDD study (2015)  Attitudes towards returning data to participants in sequencing research. C14.5. European Society Human Genetics, Glasgow 8th June. Spoken presentation.
  17. Middleton A (2015) Community engagement. Invited presentation for the Global Alliance for Genomics and Health at the European Society Human Genetics conference, Glasgow, 7th June.
  18. Middleton A (2015) Ethics and Social Science. Invited presentation for the DDD Collaborators meeting at the European Society Human Genetics conference, Glasgow, 5th June
  19. McLachlan, S 2015. Podcast Review: The Naked Scientists - A Hundred Thousand Genomes. BioNews [Online] Issue 797. Available at: [Accessed: 14 February 2018]
  20. Wright CF, Fitzgerald TW, Jones WD… Middleton A, Morley K, et al (2015) Genetic Diagnosis of Developmental Disorders in the DDD study: a scalable analysis of genome-wide research data. The Lancet, vol. 385, issue 9975, pp 1305-1314, April
  21. Middleton A, Parker M, Bragin E… Morley K, et al on behalf of the DDD study (2015) No expectation to share incidental findings in genomic research. The Lancet, vol. 385, issue 9975, pp 1289-1290, April
  22. Fitzgerald TW, Gerety SS, Jones WD… Middleton A, et al (2015) Large-scale discovery of novel genetic causes of developmental disorders. Nature, vol. 519, pp. 223–228, March
  23. Arney K (2015) [radio] interview with Anna Middleton. Genetics and Ethics: Part of the show A Hundred Thousand Genomes. University of Cambridge Radio. 10 March
  24. Middleton A. (2015) “If you know it, I’d like to know it too” – involving participants in genomics research. [Blog] Nuffield Council on Bioethics. [Online] Available at:  [Accessed: 19 November 2020]
  25. Hazelton, A 2015. Genome sequencing: What do patients think?. BioNews [Online] Issue 792. Available at: [Accessed: 14 February 2018]
  26. Middleton A, Hall G, Patch C (2015) Genetic counsellors and genomic counselling in the United Kingdom. Molecular Genetics and Genomic Medicine, vol. 3, issue 2, pp 79-83, March
  27. Middleton A (2015) Response to the Nuffield Council on Bioethics report on 'The collection, linking and use of data in biomedical research and health care: ethical issues'. Commentary on the Data Initiatives in Biomedical Research. Westminster, 3rd February
  28. Middleton A (2015) Ethics and Society considerations in the DDD project. Presentation delivered to the Rare Diseases Policy team and Genomics Policy team from the Department of Health. Hinxton Hall, Cambridge. 19th January
  29. Wright C, Middleton A, Parker M (2015) Ethical, legal and social issues in genomics. In: D Kumar and C Eng (Eds). Genomic Medicine: Principles and Practice, 2nd Edition. New York: Oxford University Press, pp 250-258
  30. Middleton, A, 2014. Interview: Letting the People Decide. Front Line Genomics, December 2014 (Issue 1),  pp 30-35