Mollie Minear, PhD, is a Postdoctoral Associate at Duke University. She is a project leader for the CLASP study that examines the impact of non-invasive prenatal testing (NIPT) on the communities of patients impacted by the genetic conditions detected with this technology, as well as the Bass Connections study examining the use and uptake of non-invasive prenatal testing in the developing world.
Mollie works in the Duke Center for Public Genomics (NIH-funded Center of Excellence in ELSI [Ethical, Legal, Social Implications of Genetics] Research), where her postdoctoral advisor is Robert Cook-Deegan, MD. She is the lead of the Genomics track of the Duke Science & Society MA in Bioethics & Science Policy. She obtained her PhD in genetics and genomics from Duke University. You can see a list of her publications here.