CBSSM News & Events
OB/Gyn inaugurates the TRB Johnson Professorship in Global Women's Health
The Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology recently inaugurated the Timothy R.B. Johnson Professorship in Global Women's Health. This Professorship will ensure exceptional care and justice for women around the globe. And, this Professorship will honor and celebrate a beloved teacher, leader, care giver and change agent who represents the best of the maize and blue and the best of mankind. It will be awarded to an individual who shares his commitment to being a voice for women throughout the world; a voice for them in important conversations that impact their care; a commitment to fighting for their reproductive rights and improved health for women and their children wherever they are, the Johnson Professorship will inspire future generations and be a lasting tribute to Dr. Johnson’s impact on us and in the world.Read more.
GEDmatch's genetic data has sparked privacy concerns 11/15/2019
Kayte Spector-Bagdady was recently interviewed by Science News on the implications for genetic privacy after a judge allows police to search a genealogy website.Read more.
CBSSM Working Group Meeting- Tasha Hughes, MD, MPH/Reshma Jagsi, MD 11/20/2019
Tasha Hughes, MD, MPH, of the Department of Surgery and Reshma Jagsi, MD, DPhil, of the Department of Radiation Oncology, will be seeking feedback on a survey.Read more.
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Bioethics cancer Cancer - breast Cancer - colon Cancer - prostate Cancer screening clinical ethics Community-Based Participatory Research Decision aids decision making Diabetes Doctor-patient communication End-of-life decision making Gender equity Genetics Genetic testing Genomics Health behavior Healthcare access Healthcare costs Healthcare policy Health disparities Health economics Informed consent Medical decision making Overuse-Underuse of health services Pediatrics Research ethics Risk communication Risk communication Risk perception Sexual Harassment Shared decision making Stroke Women's health