Megan Doerr, a principal scientist at Sage Bionetworks, will present “Inverting the Panopticon: App-Mediated Research” at 12:30 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 14, in the Cone University Center, Room 210.
A former botanist and middle school teacher, Doerr joined the genetic counseling community in 2006. She led the clinical development and implementation of Cleveland Clinic's family history and risk assessment tool before joining the governance team at Sage Bionetworks in 2015. At Sage, Doerr’s efforts have been to support innovative, participant-centric approaches in open science. She co-authored the white paper “Developing a Transparent, Participant-Navigated Electronic Informed Consent for Mobile-Mediated Research.”
The Center for Professional & Applied Ethics is sponsoring this presentation, which is free and open to the public. RSVP by Feb. 8.