The NIH RFI on genomic data sharing — Historical context

Has genomic information always been considered personally identifiable?

What is GINA and why is it important when we are talking about genomic information sharing?

When did our approach to protecting genomic information change?

What does the current NIH policy on genomic data sharing say?

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Doug Fridsma is the Head of Government Partnerships at Datavant, and the former Chief Science Officer at the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT.

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Doug Fridsma

Doug Fridsma

Doug Fridsma is the Head of Government Partnerships at Datavant, and the former Chief Science Officer at the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT.

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