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Title: SER Seminar Series - Public Perspectives on Genetic Information: Is
there an essential difference between China and the UK? (Yali Cong)
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Data gathered by the Your DNA, Your Say survey, a global study on attitudes
towards DNA and Big Data, has revealed significant similarities in the
attitudes of people surveyed in China, India and Russia. Prof Yali Cong,
our collaborator for the Chinese arm of Your DNA, Your Say, plans to
conduct further analysis of this phenomenon in a literature review. In this
seminar she will discuss her findings so far and how these attitudes
compare to findings from the UK audience.
Yali is Professor in Bioethics, Dean of the Department of Medical Ethics
and Health Law and was also the Chair of Peking University Institutional
Review Board (PKU IRB) from 2010-2020. Prof. Cong got her PhD degree in
Philosophy of Science and has a wide range of research interest in Research
Ethics, Global Public Health Ethics and Medical Professionalism. She has
published a variety of papers in the field of medical ethics. She is the
current Chair of the China Medical Ethics Association for the term 2020 to
2022. She has been a collaborator on the Your DNA, Your Say study since
When: Tue 5 Oct 2021 10am – 11am United Kingdom Time
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