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Shawneequa Callier
Shawneequa Callier
Associate Professor
Verified email at email.gwu.edu
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Diversity and inclusion in genomic research: why the uneven progress?
AR Bentley, S Callier, CN Rotimi
Journal of community genetics 8, 255-266, 2017
2802017
Evaluating the promise of inclusion of African ancestry populations in genomics
AR Bentley, SL Callier, CN Rotimi
NPJ genomic medicine 5 (1), 5, 2020
1152020
Will precision medicine move us beyond race?
VL Bonham, SL Callier, CD Royal
The New England journal of medicine 374 (21), 2003, 2016
1132016
Ethical, legal, and social implications of personalized genomic medicine research: current literature and suggestions for the future
SL Callier, R Abudu, MJ Mehlman, ME Singer, D Neuhauser, ...
Bioethics 30 (9), 698-705, 2016
542016
Swabbing students: should universities be allowed to facilitate educational DNA testing?
SL Callier
The American Journal of Bioethics 12 (4), 32-40, 2012
472012
Taking a stand: The genetics community's responsibility for intelligence research
SL Callier, VL Bonham
Hastings Center Report 45 (S1), S54-S58, 2015
402015
Why personalized medicine will fail if we stay the course
E Ramos, SL Callier, CN Rotimi
Personalized medicine 9 (8), 839-847, 2012
372012
How anonymous is ‘anonymous’? Some suggestions towards a coherent universal coding system for genetic samples
H Schmidt, S Callier
Journal of Medical Ethics 38 (5), 304-309, 2012
342012
The use of racial categories in precision medicine research
SL Callier
Ethnicity & disease 29 (Suppl 3), 651, 2019
302019
Wrestling with social and behavioral genomics: risks, potential benefits, and ethical responsibility
MN Meyer, PS Appelbaum, DJ Benjamin, SL Callier, N Comfort, D Conley, ...
Hastings Center Report 53, S2-S49, 2023
272023
The emergence of genomic research in Africa and new frameworks for equity in biomedical research
AR Bentley, S Callier, C Rotimi
Ethnicity & disease 29 (Suppl 1), 179, 2019
242019
Multi-Ancestry Meta-Analysis yields novel genetic discoveries and ancestry-specific associations
P Turley, AR Martin, G Goldman, H Li, M Kanai, RK Walters, JB Jala, K Lin, ...
BioRxiv, 2021.04. 23.441003, 2021
232021
Complicated legacies: The human genome at 20
KM Jones, R Cook-Deegan, CN Rotimi, SL Callier, AR Bentley, H Stevens, ...
Science 371 (6529), 564-569, 2021
232021
Trust, precision medicine research, and equitable participation of underserved populations
M Sabatello, S Callier, NA Garrison, EG Cohn
The American Journal of Bioethics 18 (4), 34-36, 2018
222018
Impact of a Personal CYP2D6 Testing Workshop on Physician Assistant Student Attitudes Toward Pharmacogenetics
TJ O’Brien, S LeLacheur, C Ward, NH Lee, S Callier, AF Harralson
Pharmacogenomics 17 (4), 341-352, 2016
152016
Genomic data-sharing: what will be our legacy?
S Callier, R Husain, R Simpson
Frontiers in genetics 5, 34, 2014
152014
Exclusion cycles: Reinforcing disparities in medicine
A Bracic, SL Callier, WN Price
Science 377 (6611), 1158-1160, 2022
142022
Cardiologists' perspectives on race-based drug labels and prescribing within the context of treating heart failure
SL Callier, BA Cunningham, J Powell, MA McDonald, CDM Royal
Health equity 3 (1), 246-253, 2019
142019
Diversity and inclusion in unregulated mHealth research: addressing the risks
S Callier, SM Fullerton
The Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics 48 (1_suppl), 115-121, 2020
122020
Genetic diseases and the duty to disclose
S Callier, R Simpson
AMA Journal of Ethics 14 (8), 640-644, 2012
112012
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