ELSI 2.0

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ELSI 2.0 aims to stimulate creativity, communication and collaboration on genomic research and policy. Built as an online workspace open to all potential users, it provides opportunities to be involved and to contribute to policy and practice domestically, regionally and internationally.

ELSI 2.0 also seeks to provide information on research resources and prospective projects, work spaces for online collaboration. It includes educational webminars and workshops, and as well it supports strategic activities including: reviews and meta-analyses of ELSI research and policy; development of foresight papers; rapid response action teams to advise on specific issues; international memos for identifying emerging policy issues and priorities, and modelling exercises for the construction of international frameworks and approaches.

ELSI 2.0 Meeting in Montreal, September 3-4, 2013

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ELSI 2.0 for Genomics and Society

SCIENCE - ELSI 2.0 Paper May 2012 Press Release

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A brief history of ELSI 2.0

Glocal ELSI - A Research Strategy for Genomics

Global ELSI 2.0 vision and strategic planning

  • Clement Adebamowo, Nigeria

  • Anne Cambon-Thomsen, France

  • Donald Chalmers, Australia

  • Jantina De Vries, South Africa

  • Kelly Edwards, USA

  • Dov Greenbaum, USA

  • Nils Hoppe, Germany

  • Eric T. Juengst, USA

  • Kazuto Kato, Japan

  • Jane Kaye, UK

  • Alastair Kent, UK

  • Bartha M. Knoppers, Canada

  • Patricia Marshall, USA

  • Eric M. Meslin, USA

  • Anne-Marie Tassé, Canada


Membership in the Collaboratory is multi-disciplinary and open to those who share the Initiative's core values.


Join us as we embark on this fantastic journey!