Charles Dupras, PhD
Charles Dupras, PhD
Assistant Professor, School of Public Health, University of Montreal, Canada
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Epigenetics and the environment in bioethics
C Dupras, V Ravitsky, B WILLIAMS‐JONES
Bioethics, 2014
The ambiguous nature of epigenetic responsibility
C Dupras, V Ravitsky
Journal of Medical Ethics 42 (8), 534-541, 2016
Epigenetic discrimination: emerging applications of epigenetics pointing to the limitations of policies against genetic discrimination
C Dupras, L Song, KM Saulnier, Y Joly
Frontiers in Genetics 9, 202, 2018
Epigenetics, ethics, law and society: A multidisciplinary review of descriptive, instrumental, dialectical and reflexive analyses
C Dupras, KM Saulnier, Y Joly
Social Studies of Science 49 (5), 785-810, 2019
Don’t ignore genetic data from minority populations
C Ben-Eghan, R Sun, JS Hleap, A Diaz-Papkovich, HM Munter, AV Grant, ...
Nature 585 (7824), 184-186, 2020
The value of non-invasive prenatal testing: preferences of Canadian pregnant women, their partners, and health professionals regarding NIPT use and access
S Birko, V Ravitsky, C Dupras, L Clerc-Blain, ME Lemoine, AO Affdal, ...
BMC pregnancy and childbirth 19 (1), 1-11, 2019
Epigenetics in the Neoliberal “Regime of Truth” A Biopolitical Perspective on Knowledge Translation
C Dupras, V Ravitsky
Hastings Center Report 46 (1), 26-35, 2016
Looking beyond GINA: policy approaches to address genetic discrimination
Y Joly, C Dupras, M Pinkesz, SA Tovino, MA Rothstein
Annual Review of Genomics and Human Genetics 21, 491-507, 2020
Non-invasive prenatal testing: review of ethical, legal and social implications
H Haidar, C Dupras, V Ravitsky
BioéthiqueOnline 5, 2016
Points-to-consider on the return of results in epigenetic research
SOM Dyke, KM Saulnier, C Dupras, AP Webster, K Maschke, M Rothstein, ...
Genome medicine 11 (1), 1-9, 2019
Non-invasive prenatal testing and the unveiling of an impaired translation process
B Murdoch, V Ravitsky, U Ogbogu, S Ali-Khan, G Bertier, S Birko, ...
Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Canada 39 (1), 10-17, 2017
The expert and the lay public: reflections on influenza A (H1N1) and the risk society
C Dupras, B Williams-Jones
American Journal of Public Health 102 (4), 591-595, 2012
Canadian pregnant women's preferences regarding NIPT for Down syndrome: the information they want, how they want to get it, and with whom they want to discuss it
AM Laberge, S Birko, MÈ Lemoine, J Le Clerc-Blain, H Haidar, AO Affdal, ...
Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Canada 41 (6), 782-791, 2019
Toward a framework for assessing privacy risks in multi-omic research and databases
C Dupras, EM Bunnik
The American Journal of Bioethics 21 (12), 46-64, 2021
Establishing the International genetic discrimination Observatory
Y Joly, G Dalpé, C Dupras, B Bévière-Boyer, A De Paor, ES Dove, ...
Nature Genetics 52 (5), 466-468, 2020
The epigenetic effects of assisted reproductive technologies: ethical considerations
MC Roy, C Dupras, V Ravitsky
Journal of developmental origins of health and disease 8 (4), 436-442, 2017
Race in the postgenomic era: Social epigenetics calling for interdisciplinary ethical safeguards
KM Saulnier, C Dupras
The American Journal of Bioethics 17 (9), 58-60, 2017
Governing the futures of non-invasive prenatal testing: An exploration of social acceptability using the Delphi method
C Dupras, S Birko, AO Affdal, H Haidar, ME Lemoine, V Ravitsky
Social Science & Medicine 304, 112930, 2022
Benefits and barriers in the design of harmonized access agreements for international data sharing
KM Saulnier, D Bujold, SOM Dyke, C Dupras, S Beck, G Bourque, Y Joly
Scientific Data 6 (1), 297, 2019
Selling direct-to-consumer epigenetic tests: are we ready?
C Dupras, E Beauchamp, Y Joly
Nature Reviews Genetics 21 (6), 335-336, 2020
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