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  1. Genetics Literacy Project 2020. Podcast: Can you inherit more than half your genes from one parent? Debunking genomic myths and misconceptions. Genetic Literacy Project: Science Not Ideology [Online]. Available at: [Accessed: 17 March 2020]
  2. Arney, Kat (2020).Can you have a 'perfect genome'? Myths and misconceptions in genomics [Genetics Unzipped: The Genetics Society podcast, S3.06] 12th March. Available at:
  3. Roberts J (2020). Genetics in Pop Culture: Friend or Foe. Festival of Genomics. London, UK, 30th January.
  4. Middleton A, Roberts J (2020). Panel Discussion: Information Giving Versus Counselling in Genetic Counselling. Festival of Genomics. London, UK, 30th January.
  5. Middleton A, Patch C (2020) Health Education England's Genomic Education Programme Nursing and Midwifery Round Table. London 27th January, UK
  6. Genetics Literacy Project 2020. Podcast: The phrase ‘Who’s Your (Grand) Daddy’ has shocking relevance to Jack Nunn, as the Australian geneticist learns of his surprising link to Britain’s most notorious ‘sperminator’. Genetic Literacy Project: Science Not Ideology [Online]. Available at: [Accessed: 23 January 2020]
  7. Milne R (2020) Ethics, Genomics and Society. Stem Cell Research doctoral training centre, King's College London, 17th January.
  8. Arney, Kat (2020). Hidden family secrets revealed by genetic testing [Genetics Unzipped: The Gemetics Society Podcast] Season 3, episode 2, 16th January. Available at:
  9. Milne R, Richard E, Larson EB, Brayne C 2019. Innovation should support societal responsibility for health. thebmjopinion [Online]. Available at: [Accessed 10 January 2020]
  10. Savard J, Hickerton C, Metcalfe SA, Gaff C, Middleton A, Newson AJ (2019). From Expectations to Experiences: Consumer Autonomy and Choice in Personal Genomic Testing. AJOB Empirical Bioethics. Published online ahead of print, 30th December
  11. Murphy,M 2019. 'How popular at-home DNA tests are putting a strain on the NHS' The Telegraph. 24th December. Available at: [Accessed: 2 January 2020]
  12. Middleton A, Milne R, Robarts L, Roberts J, Patch C (2019). Comment: Should doctors have a legal duty to warn relatives of their genetic risks? The Lancet, vol. 394, issue 10215, pp 2133-2135, 14th December
  13. Milne R (2019). From Genomes to GPS: socially responsible research and the future of data-driven medicine. Invited speaker as a part of the Society and Ethics Research Seminar Series. 9 December. Wellcome Genome Campus, Cambridge, UK
  14. Middleton A chair (2019). Face-to-Face Research Oversight Committee meeting. GenCOUNSEL: Optimization of Genetic Counselling for Clinical Implementation of Genome-Wide Sequencing. GenomeCanada: GenomeBC office,Vancouver, 5th December.
  15.  Wright CF, Ware JS, Lucassen AM, Hall A, Middleton A, Rahman N, Ellard S, Firth HV (2019). Genomic variant sharing: a position statement [version 2; peer review: 2 approved]. Wellcome Open Research, vol. 4, no. 22, 4th December.
  16. Milne R (2019). Ethics and AI in medicine. Invited speaker as a part of the Sanger/EMBL-EBI Seminar Series. 3 December. Wellcome Genome Campus, Cambridge, UK
  17. Milne R, Morley KI, et al. Middleton A (senior author) (2019). Trust in genomic data sharing among members of the general public in the UK, USA, Canada and Australia. Human Genetics, vol. 138, issue 11-12, pp 1237-1246, December
  18. Milne (2019). Ethical challenges associated with the prediction and prevention of Alzheimer’s disease. Invited presentation at the ​PQMUL MOHR Intergrated Academic Traning Symposium: Prediction and Prevention in Neurodegenerative Disease. ​ London, UK, 29th November.
  19. Middleton A, Milne R, et al. (2019). Members of the public in the USA, UK, Canada and Australia expressing genetic exceptionalism say they are more willing to donate genomic data. European Journal of Human Genetics. Published online ahead of print, 29th November
  20. Middleton A (2019) Delivered lecture on the Molecular Pathology and Diagnosis of Cancer course. Advanced Courses and Scientific Conferences, Connecting Science, Wellcome Genome Campus. Cambridge UK, 21 November.
  21. Middleton A (2019) Roundtable on Governance of Human Genome Sequencing for the Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution UAE. Dubai 5th Nov, UAE
  22. Sanderson SC, Hill M, Patch C, Searle B, Lewis C, Chitty LS (2019). Delivering genome sequencing in clinical practice: an interview study with healthcare professionals involved in the 100 000 Genomes Project. BMJ Open. 2019 Nov 3;9(11):e029699. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2019-029699
  23. Middleton A (2019) Invited council member of the Global Future Council on Biotechnology. World Economic Forum 2-4th November, Dubai, UAE
  24. Society and Ethics Research Wellcome Genome Campus (2019). Delegates from the 2019 World Congress on Genetic Counselling. Available at: [Accessed: 5 November 2019].
  25. Middleton and Milne (2019) Your DNA Your Say. Invited plenary presentation at the Global Alliance for Genomics and Health 7th Plenary Boston, USA, 22nd October
  26. Middleton and Milne (2019) Your DNA Your Say. Presentation to the Regulatory and Ethics Work Stream. Global Alliance for Genomics and Health Conference, 21st October, Boston, USA
  27. Milne (2019) Learning from experiments in public and participant involvement. Invited presentation at the ​​6th International Workshop on ​Genome Privacy and Security (GenoPri'19) Boston, USA, 21st October
  28. Milne R (2019).The ethics of medical data sharing. Cafe Sci Cambridge presented by Wellcome Genome Campus Public Engagement. Cambridge, UK, 16th October. Public engagement
  29. Science and Technology Committee. Parliament Live TV. 15 October 2019. Online. Available at: [ Accessed: 17 October 2019]
  30. Patch C (2019). Genetic Counselling in the Era of Genomics Medicine. Invited speaker as a part of the 6th Congress of the Serbian Genetic Society. 13 October. Hotel Fontanta, Vrnjačka Banja, Serbia