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An accessible, relational, inclusive, and actionable (ARIA) model of genetic counseling compared with usual care: Results of a randomized controlled trial

By Galen Joseph, Michael C. Leo, Leslie Riddle and 20 others on September 13, 2022
Purpose Effective approaches to communicate genomic information are needed to ensure equitable care. In a randomized controlled superiority trial, we tested a novel practice model that aims to make genetic counseling inclusive, by making the communication accessible, relational, and actionable (...

It's personalized, but its still bucket based - article by Galen Joseph PhD and Jennifer James PhD

September 13, 2022
Abstract: Adaptive pragmatic clinical trials offer an innovative approach that integrates clinical care and research. Yet, blurring the boundaries between research and clinical care raises questions about how clinicians and investigators balance their patient care and research roles and what types...

Shinyi Hsieh is Graduate Division's Newest Rosenberg-Hill Fellow

September 09, 2022
Each year, the Graduate Division Dean's Office benefits from the hard work of one or more Rosenberg-Hill Fellows, who support the Division's administrative operations as well as conduct studies that will benefit graduate students and postdocs at UCSF for years to come. Past fellows have worked on...

Article - Legislating Medicare Fraud by Brian Dolan PhD/Chair of HumSci

By Brian Dolan on September 06, 2022
New article in @CUP_PoliSci Journal of Policy History by HumSci Chair Brian Dolan on the structural problems that undermine attempts to control Medicare fraud, leading to $billions in theft.

PHR Graduate Research Assistant | OCPD Opportunities and Job Board

August 29, 2022
  https://opportunities.ucsf.edu/content/phr-graduate-research-assistant

When Is Research Racist? A REPAIR UCSF Workshop

July 14, 2022
When Is Research Racist? A REPAIR UCSF Workshop from Brian Dolan on Vimeo.

Carlos Martinez, PhD, joins UC Santa Cruz

May 26, 2022
Carlos Martinez, PhD, will be joining the Latin American & Latino Studies Department at the University of California, Santa Cruz (UCSC) as an assistant professor of

Antoine S. Johnson, PhD, Accepts Johns Hopkins Postdoctoral Fellowship

May 23, 2022
Dr. Antoine Johnson--a recent graduate of UCSF's history of health sciences program--has accepted a postdoctoral fellowship in the history of medicine and medical humanities at the distinguished Johns Hopkins University in the Department of the History of Medicine and the Center for Medical...

New Publication by Galen Joseph, "Integration of stakeholder engagement from development to dissemination in genomic medicine research: Approaches and outcomes from the CSER Consortium"

By Galen Joseph on March 03, 2022
Important new publication by HumSci faculty Galen Joseph (@GalenJoseph1) and team on forging collaborations with and diversifying patient/community stakeholders in genomic research. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1098360022000247  

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