Juli Bollinger is a Research Scientist at the Berman Institute of Bioethics. Ms. Bollinger is a genetic counselor with over 15 years of experience planning and conducting qualitative and quantitative public-engagement studies. Her research interests focus on the ethical and policy issues that surround the use of advanced genomic technologies in research and clinical care. Her recent work has focused on exploring patients’ views regarding notification and consent for research, assessing long-term outcomes or presymptomatic genetic testing, understanding public attitudes regarding a range of new, emerging research methods/technologies, understanding preferences for the return of results to research participants, and identifying barriers to sharing genomic variant data. Ms. Bollinger received a B.S. in Biology and Chemistry from Union College, Schenectady, New York and a Masters in Biophysics and Genetics from the University of Colorado.
- Ethical and policy issues that surround the use of advanced genomic technologies in research and clinical care
- B.S., Biology and Chemistry, Union College
- M.S., Biophysics and Genetics, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center