Emilia Niemiec investigates ethical, legal and social implications of genomics. She is a post-doc at the Centre for Research Ethics & Bioethics. During her PhD (Erasmus Plus PhD Programme in Law, Science and Technology) she studied ethical and legal issues of whole genome sequencing. She conducted the first empirical study of direct-to-consumer offer of whole genome sequencing. Emilia holds degrees in Bioethics (MSc, University of Leuven) and Biotechnology (MEng, Warsaw University of Life Sciences).
Ethical, legal and social issues of gene editing
Gene editing technology pushes genetics beyond diagnostic testing and into the realm of treatment. We address the ethical, legal and social issues associated.
“Genethics” and Public Health Genomics
Part of Applied Genomics and Public Health, p. 243-257, 2020.
Germline Genome Editing Research: What Are Gamete Donors (Not) Informed About in Consent Forms?
Part of The CRISPR Journal, p. 52-63, 2020.
Attitudes of publics who are unwilling to donate DNA data for research.
Part of European Journal of Medical Genetics, p. 316-323, 2019.
Consenting Patients to Genome Sequencing
Part of Clinical Genome Sequencing: Psychological Considerations, 2019.
Include egg donors in CRISPR gene-editing debate
Part of Nature, p. 51-51, 2019.
Members of the public in the USA, UK, Canada and Australia expressing genetic exceptionalism say they are more willing to donate genomic data
Part of European Journal of Human Genetics, 2019.
Proteomic and transcriptomic experiments reveal an essential role of RNA degradosome complexes in shaping the transcriptome of Mycobacterium tuberculosis.
Part of Nucleic Acids Research, 2019.
Trust in genomic data sharing among members of the general public in the UK, USA, Canada and Australia
Part of Human Genetics, p. 1237-1246, 2019.
Analysis of VUS reporting, variant reinterpretation and recontact policies in clinical genomic sequencing consent forms
Part of European Journal of Human Genetics, p. 1743-1751, 2018.
How do consent forms for diagnostic high-throughput sequencing address unsolicited and secondary findings?: A content analysis
Part of Clinical Genetics, p. 321-329, 2018.