The Mason Institute is delighted to become the latest member of the ELSI 2.0 initiative in Genomics and Society. This is a multidisciplinary “collaboratory” that mobilises researchers and stakeholders interested in new advances in medicine and genomics to accelerate the input and influence of ethical, legal and social science research in shaping the future. MI is delighted to be taking forward a new ELSI 2.0 training network for doctoral and early career researchers in partnership with colleagues in the Universities of Hannover, KU Leuven, Oxford, and Toulouse. Watch this space!

ELSI 2.0 is seeking other new members and anyone who is interested can find out more here: http://www.publichealth.ox.ac.uk/helex/about/research-projects-1/elsi-2-project.

MI membership of ELSI 2.0 initiative in Genomics and Society
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