Take Action with the ISBER Science Policy Committee
Monday, July 8, 2013
The Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues recently requested comments regarding a number of issues related to the return of incidental findings. The Federal Register notice providing additional details about requested information can be found at the following address: http://www.bioethics.gov/sites/default/files/news/2013-13329.pdf
See the Science Policy Committee Page for ISBER's response.
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Additional examples of the Science Policy Committee's work can be viewed on the Science Policy Committee Page.
Tyron C. Hoover, MD, JD FCLM FCAP
Nicole J. Sieffert, CCRC
Nikolajs Zeps, PhD
Paul Bartels, PhD, BVSc
William E. Grizzle, MD, PhD
Yeonhee Lee, PhD
Helen M. Moore, PhD
Amelia W. Warner PharmD, RPh
Wendy Wolf, PhD
The purpose of the ISBER Science Policy Committee is to represent the perspectives of the membership and the Society on policy issues related to biological and environmental repositories. Relevant activities may include, but are not limited to, communicating to and soliciting input from the membership on emerging science policy issues and providing analysis of policies and regulations that may affect the biorepository community. Policy statements and projects related to these issues may stem from the interests of committee members or will be developed in response to requests for public comment through formal or informal rulemaking or policy development processes. The Science Policy Committee will interact with other ISBER and FASEB committees that deal with science policy issues as may be appropriate.
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