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GPS Series, September 24, 2013, Ottawa, Canada.
Luncheon Keynote Address


Bridging the Gap: Moving Genomics from Lab to Market.
Tom Corr, President and CEO, Ontario Centres of Excellence.

Tom Corr is introduced by Karine Morin, Director, National GE3LS Program.

Bio


GPS Series, September 27, 2011, Ottawa, Canada.
Luncheon Keynote Address


Tempest-Tost: Genomics in the Legal Storm.
Andrew W. Torrance, Professor of Law, University of Kansas School of Law; University of Washington School of Law; MIT Sloan School of Management.

Andrew Torrance is introduced by Jeremy De Beer, Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa and co-author of the policy brief ‘Intellectual Property Management: Policy Issues and Options’.

Bio | Presentation


GPS Series, April 28, 2011, Ottawa, Canada.
Luncheon Keynote Address


Pre-competitive projects can work to deliver science and change culture.
Aled Edwards, Banbury Professor of Medical Research at the University of Toronto and chief executive of the Structural Genomics Consortium (SGC).

Aled Edwards is introduced by Cindy Bell, Executive Vice-President, Corporate Development, Genome Canada

Bio | Presentation


GPS Series, June 29, 2010, Ottawa, Canada.
Luncheon Keynote Address


First Do No Harm: Regulation and Clinical Integration of Direct-to-Consumer Genetic Testing.
Dr. Amy McGuire, Associate Director for Research, Center for Medical Ethics and Health Policy, Baylor College of Medicine, U.S.

Bio | Presentation


GPS Series, April 16, 2010, Ottawa, Canada.

GPS Series, April 16, 2010, Ottawa, Canada.
Luncheon Keynote Address


Eyes on the Prize: Some Lessons About Genetic Anti-Discrimination Efforts Below the 49th Parallel.
Eric Meslin, Director, Indiana University Center for Bioethics, Associate Dean for Bioethics, IU School of Medicine, Professor of Medicine, Medical & Molecular Genetics, Public Health, Philosophy.

Bio | Presentation


GPS Series, November 27, 2009, Ottawa, Canada.

GPS Series, November 27, 2009, Ottawa, Canada.
Luncheon Keynote Address


Delivering the Promise of Research Biobanks & Safeguarding Public Trust.
Graeme Laurie, Chair, Ethics and Governance Council, UK Biobank.

Bio | Presentation


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