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  1. Middleton (2014) Deciphering Developmental Disorders project. Past, Present, Future: the Ethics and Governance of Big Biobanks conference. UK Biobank Ethics and Governance Council. Wellcome Trust, London, 3-5 November
  2. UK Biobank Ethics and Governance Council 2014, Past, present, future: the ethics and governance of big biobanks, 3 November. Wellcome Trust, London, UK 
  3. Middleton A (2014) Attitudes of young people to receiving data from sequencing technologies. RSM Joint meeting RCPCH and RSM Paediatric & Child Health Section and in association with the Clinical Genetics Society. Genomics of paediatric disease. London, 21 October
  4. BioNews 2014. Genomic natives? Young people clued up about whole genome sequencing. BioNews [Online] Issue 773. Available at: http://www.bionews.org.uk/page_456273.asp [Accessed: 14 February 2018]
  5. Middleton A (2014) Young people and sequencing technologies: confusion and clarity. British Society Genetic Medicine annual conference, Liverpool, 22-24th September. Invited symposia speaker.
  6. Middleton A (2014) Introduction to the Great Debate: Opportunistic screening. British Society Genetic Medicine annual conference, Liverpool 22-24th September.
  7. Middleton A (2014) What’s the fuss about incidental findings? Opportunistic screening and international attitudes. Melbourne Genomics Health Alliance and Functional Genomics Series at the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute, Melbourne, Australia, 8th August. Invited International Plenary speaker.
  8. Middleton A (2014) What is 'personal genomics'? teaching on the Societal Issues and Personal Genomics course for Biological Sciences third year degree students at University of Melbourne, Melbourne, 7th August  
  9. Middleton A (2014) What’s the fuss about incidental findings? Opportunistic screening and international attitudes. Human Genetics Society of Australasia annual conference, Adelaide, Australia, 4th August. Invited International Plenary speaker.
  10. Middleton A (2014) Being a Genetic Counsellor in the UK: Training, registration and roles. Human Genetics Society of Australaisa: ASGC annual conference, Adelaide, Australia, 3rd August. Spoken presentation.
  11. Middleton A, Parker M, Bragin E, Wright C, Firth H, Hurles M on behalf of the DDD Study (2014) International views on sharing incidental findings from whole genome research. European Society Human Genetics conference. Milan, Italy, 31 May - 3 June. Spoken presentation at joint ESHG/EMPAG session rather than smaller group session.
  12. Bishop M, Benjamin C. Boyes L, Hall G, Macleod R, McAllister M, Middleton A, Patch C, Latham N, Seller A, Davison V, Hill S (2016) Genetic Counsellor training in the Genomics Era: The development of a new training scheme in England. European Society of Human Genetics, 21st May, Barcelona, Spain. Spoken presentation.
  13. Middleton A (2014) panel discussion together with Sir Mike Stratton and Baroness Helena Kennedy on medical genetics. Names Not Numbers festival of ideas, Aldeborough, Suffolk, 23-25 March
  14. I'm a Scientist Get Me Out of Here. (2014). And the winner is Anna - ComputationalBio Zone. [online] 21 March. Available at: https://compbio.imascientist.org.uk/2014/03/21/and-the-winner-is/ [Accessed 30 May 2019].
  15. Middleton A, Bragin E, Morley KI, Parker M on behalf of the DDD Study (2014) Online questionnaire development: using film to engage participants and then gather attitudes towards the sharing of genomic data. Social Science Research, vol. 44, pp 211-223, March
  16. Middleton A, Bragin E, Parker M on behalf of the DDD Study (2014) Finding people who will tell you their thoughts on genomics – recruitment strategies for social sciences research. Journal of Community Genetics, vol. 5, pp 291-302
  17. Middleton A (2014) Sanger and EBI staff participation in the Genomethics study? your attitudes towards sharing incidental findings from genome research. Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute, Cambridge. 24th January
  18. Middleton A (2014) Genomics, ethics and what people want to know. University of Cambridge. Public Policy. 23rd January
  19. Middleton A (2014) It's in your genes: what would you want to know? Cafe Scientifique. Bishops Stortford. 20th January
  20. Middleton A, Patch C, Wiggins J, Barnes K, Crawford G et al on behalf of the Association of Genetic Nurses and Counsellors in the United Kingdom and Ireland (2014) Position statement on opportunistic genomic screening from the Association of Genetic Nurses and Counsellors (UK and Ireland). European Journal Human Genetics, vol. 22, issue 8, pp 955–956, August  
  21. Health Education England and NOWGEN (Producers) 2014.  E-learning course on bioinformatics [Webinare]. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5LTGwikAogU&list=PLicKqIwYPVo42YbdHkNPDiibFDpnowObV
  22. Wright FC, Middleton A, Burton H, Cunningham F, Humphries SE, et al (2013) Policy challenges of clinical genome sequencing. The BMJ, vol. 347, issue 7935, f6845 
  23. Middleton A (2013) What's all the fuss about incidental findings? Genethics Club Plenary presentation. Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge, 8th November
  24. Maxwell E (2013) Anna Middleton's work cited in article. Database seeks volunteers to bare all - genetically? Channel 4 News [Online] Available at: https://www.channel4.com/news/personal-genome-project-dna-volunteers [Accessed: 20 February 2018]
  25. Middleton A, Parker M, Bragin E, Wright C, Firth H, Hurles M on behalf of the DDD Study (2013) International views on sharing incidental findings from whole genome research. 63rd American Society of Human Genetics Annual Meeting in Boston, MA October 22-26. Spoken presentation.
  26. Middleton A, Parker M, Wright CF, Bragin E, Hurles M on behalf of the DDD Study (2013) Empirical Research on the Ethics of Genomic Research. American Journal Medical Genetics Part A, vol. 161, issue 8, pp 2099–2101, August
  27. Tanna A (2013) Quotes from Anna Middleton. DNA link to Prince William’s Indian ancestry. Channel 4 News [Online] Available at: https://www.channel4.com/news/prince-william-indian-dna-analysis-roots-science [Accessed: 20 February 2018]
  28. Middleton A, Parker M, Bragin E, Wright CF, Bevan AP, Firth H, Hurles M on behalf of the DDD study. (2013) Ethical implications of sharing incidental findings: preliminary findings from an International study. Genomic Disorders Conference, Homerton College, Cambridge 10th-12th April.  Poster presentation.
  29. Middleton A (2013) Communicating with clients who are D/deaf or hard of hearing. In: J Wiggins and A Middleton (Eds). Getting the message across: communication with diverse populations in clinical genetics. New York: Oxford University Press, pp 1-25
  30. Middleton A, Emery S, Palmer C & Boudreault P (2013) Deaf Community and Genetics. In eLS. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd: Chichester, UK. DOI: 10.1002/9780470015902.a0005875.pub2

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