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            Big Data and Individual Autonomy in a Crowd, in Big Data, Health
             Law, and Bioethics (I. Glenn Cohen, Holly Fernandez-Lynch, Urs
             Gasser & Effy Vayena eds., forthcoming).
            Genomic Data Commons, in Medical Commons and User
             Innovation (Katherine Strandburg, Brett Frischmann & Michael
             Madison eds., forthcoming).
            Biospecimens, Commercial Research, and the Elusive Public Benefit
             Standard, in Specimen Science: Ethical and Policy Implications
             (I. Glenn Cohen, Holly Fernandez Lynch, Barbara Bierer & Suzanne
             Rivera eds., forthcoming), Barbara J. Evans & Eric M. Meslin.
            Consumer Protection in Genome Sequencing, in Nudging Health:
             Health Law and Behavioral Economics 309 (I. Glenn Cohen,
             Holly Fernandez Lynch & Christopher T. Robertson eds., 2016).
            Barbarians at the Gate: Consumer-Driven Health Data Commons and
             the Transformation of Citizen Science, 42 Am. J.L. & Med. 651 (2017).
            Impact of HIPAA’s Minimum Necessary Standard on Genomic Data
             Sharing, in Genetics in Medicine (2017, Barbara J. Evans & Gail
             P. Jarvik.
            Power to the People: Data Citizens in the Age of Precision Medicine, 19
             Vand. J. Ent. & Tech. L. 243 (2017) (symposium contribution).
            Nat’l Academies of Sci., Engineering, and Med., Preparing for
             Future Products of Biotechnology (2017), Barbara J. Evans
             et al.
            GP-Write Consortium, Genome Project-Write: A Grand
             Challenge Using Synthesis, Gene Editing and Other
             Technologies to Understand, Engineer and Test Living
             Systems (Nov. 30, 2016),
             wp-content/uploads/2016/12/GP-Write-WhitePaper.pdf, Barbara
             J. Evans et al.
            Nat’l Med. Device Evaluation Sys. Planning Bd., The
             National Evaluation System for Health Technology (NEST):
             Priorities for Effective Early Implementation (2016),
             Barbara J. Evans et al.

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