Lecturer of Population & Public Health Sciences
Department of Health Sciences
University of Leicester
Adrian Building, University Road
Leicester LE1 7RH
Tel: 00 44 116 229 7259
My research interests include:
Legal, ethical, and policy implications of population-based and disease-based biobanks
Legal, ethical, governance and policy issues faced by large-scale international scientific research consortia
Public health ethics
Public health genomics
Research ethics review
Member, Ethics and Policy Committee, International Cancer Genome Consortium
Member, ELSI Task Force, Canadian Partnership for Tomorrow Project
Wallace SE and Kent A. Population biobanks and returning individual research results: mission impossible or new directions? Human Genetics 2011. DOI: 10.1007/s00439-011-1021-x.
Wallace SE and Knoppers BM. (forthcoming) The role of P3G in encouraging public trust in biobanks. In: P Dabrock, J Taupitz and J Ried, eds. Trust in Biobanking. Springer:Heidelberg (in press)
Wallace SE, Lazor S and Knoppers BM. (forthcoming) What is in a clause? A comparison of clauses from population biobank and disease biobank consent materials. P Dabrock, J Taupitz, and J Ried, eds. Trust in Biobanking. Springer:Heidelberg (in press)
Wolfson M, Wallace SE, Masca N, Rowe G, Sheehan NA, Ferretti V, LaFlamme P, Tobin MD, Macleod J, Little J, Fortier I, Knoppers BM, Burton PR. DataSHIELD: resolving a conflict in contemporary bioscience--performing a pooled analysis of individual-level data without sharing the data. International Journal of Epidemiology 2010;39(5):1372-82.
International Cancer Genome Consortium. International network of cancer genome projects. Nature 2010 Apr 15;464(7291):993-998.
Toronto International Data Release Workshop. 2009. Prepublication data sharing. Nature Sep 10;461(7261):168-70.
Wallace S, Lazor S and Knoppers BM. 2009. Consent and population genomics: The creation of generic tools. IRB 13(2), 15-20.
Bédard K, Wallace S, Lazor S and Knoppers BM. 2009. Potential conflicts in governance mechanisms used in population biobanks. In: J Kaye and M Stranger, eds. Governing Biobanks. Ashgate:Aldershot.