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To contribute your point of view on any issue, please contact the ASIP Public Affairs Working Group through Jennifer Dreyfus at jdreyfus@asip.org. Thank you!

 

ASIP Public Affairs

Effective January 1, 2010, ASIP formed the Public Affairs Working Group, which is currently Chaired by Daniel Remick of Boston University. Other members include: Stephen Galli, Avrum Gotlieb, Linda McManus, Carlos Moreno, James Musser, and Cecelia Yates. Areas of active interest to the ASIP Public Affairs Working Group are listed below with links to current information:

Human Subjects Research Protections

ASIP has a long history of active leadership on relevant Boards concerning human subjects research protections. In response to the ANPRM issued by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services on July 26, 2011, ASIP submitted a response focused on biospecimen issues. Full responsepdf

NIH Appropriations

ASIP tracks and supports NIH appropriations through FASEB's Office of Public Affairs. To sign up for action alerts or to receive the Washington Update (a bi-weekly publication that provides updates on all legislative matters), CLICK HERE.

Translational Research

ASIP published news and positions on translational research in these issues of ASIP Pathways:
- June 2011 pdf
- February 2011 pdf

Other areas of active interest to the ASIP Public Affairs Working Group include gene patent law, health information technology as it applies to the research enterprise, creating a physician-scientist track for Pathology Board certification, reduction in NIH's graduate education funding, Open Access and open government initiatives, HIPPA policy impact on research, and issues related to biorepository and biosecurity regulation.

To contribute your point of view on any issue, please contact the ASIP Public Affairs Working Group through Jennifer Dreyfus at jdreyfus@asip.org. Thank you!

 


 

Archive of Past Documents/Issues (in chronological order):

2004, ASIP Office Reply to NIH Regarding "Open Access document

2002, Senator Feinstein Letter/"Human Cloning Prohibition Act," S.1758 pdf

2001, ASIP Position on Electronic Publishing pdf

1999, Confidentiality, Data Security, and Cancer Research:Report of a Workshop

1999, ASIP Response to CSR pdf

1999, ASIP Response to NIH E-Biomed Proposal pdf

1999, ASIP Response to NBAC Draft Report pdf

1999, ASIP Encourages Response to CSR pdf

1999, ASIP Achievements pdf

1998, AAMC Report on use of Patient Information in Research

1998, Patricia Backlar: Access to Archived Human Tissue (EB98) pdf

1998, ASIP Concern regarding Domenici Proposal pdf

1998, David Korn: Genetic Privacy and Patient Tissues in Research (EB98) pdf

1997, ASIP Newletter: Human Tissues in Research; Richard Lynch pdf

1997, ASIP Position: Human Tissues in Genetic Research pdf

1997, Cloning Human Beings; NBAC Report; Richard Lynch pdf

1996, Combined Pathology Statement pdf

1995, ASIP Newletter; Mark Sobel pdf