Upcoming talks and activity:
Invited seminar, ‘Reading the Fine Print: An Introduction to the World of Personal Genomics and Wrap Contracts’ Centre for International Law, National University of Singapore (3 May 2019).
Invited seminar, ‘Buying Your Self on the Internet – an introduction to the world of Direct-to-Consumer Genetic Testing and Contracts’ – this is part of the Health Law Research Center’s Health Law Spring Seminar Series – Faculty of Law, Lund University, Sweden (7th May 2019)
Invited seminar, ‘Purchasing Your Genomic Self Online -an Introduction to the world of Personal Genomics’ – University of Ghent, details to come.
Past talks and activity:
Invited speaker at the International Privacy Forum organised by the Privacy Commissioner of New Zealand (4th December 2018).
Member of the Programme Committee for the 5th International Workshop on Genome Privacy and Security (GenoPri’18) (link to conference website)
Andelka M. Philips, ‘Genetic testing kits: Privacy, secondary use and other legal risks’ Privacy Laws & Business 31st Annual International Conference Navigating GDPR: The art of the possible (2-4 July 2018, St. John’s College, Cambridge) – presentation on the 2nd of July 2018. (Link to conference programme)
Invited seminar for the University College London’s (UCL) Information Security Group (Department of Computer Science) ACE Seminar Series, entitled ‘Of Contracts and DNA – Reading the fine print when buying your genetic self online’, (London, UK) 17th May 2018. See here for further details Of Contracts and DNA – Reading the fine print when buying your genetic self online
Invited lecture entitled ‘Buying Your Self on the Internet: Wrap Contracts and Personal Genomics’ for Peter A Allard School of Law Faculty Colloquium, Peter A Allard School of Law, UBC, (Vancouver, Canada) 4th January, 2018
Andelka M. Phillips and I.S. Mian, ‘Governance and Assessment of Future Spaces: A Discussion of Some Issues Raised by the Possibilities of Human-Machine Mergers’, conference presentation for Data For Policy Government by Algorithm? Conference, London, September 6th to 7th, 2017. This is joint work, but I was the sole speaker. Link
Invited seminar for the University of Toronto’s Health Law, Ethics & Policy Seminar Series ‘Contracting Away DNA – Direct-to-Consumer Genetic Tests for Health, Love, and More…’ (Toronto, Canada, 17 November 2016).
Invited seminar for Oxford’s Medical Law and Ethics Discussion Group, ‘Buying your Self on the Internet: Wrap Contracts and Personal Genomics’ (26 October 2016)
Andelka M. Phillips and I. S. Mian, ‘I should probably tell the fridge to stop looking at me because the toaster is getting jealous’ – presentation at GikII London (30 September 2016)
Invited Seminar for the University of Edinburgh’s IP/IT/Media Law Discussion Group, ‘Wake Up and Smell the Coffee! A FLE5SH approach to new and emerging technologies … beyond “Responsible Research and Innovation’ (Edinburgh Law Faculty, 8th February 2016) – joint work with Professor I. S. Mian and Jan Charbonneau, but I was the sole presenter.
Andelka M. Phillips and Jan Charbonneau, ‘Giving away more than your genome sequence?: Privacy in the Direct-to-Consumer Genetic Testing Space’ American Federal Trade Commission’s PrivacyCon (Washington, DC, USA, January 2016).
Presentation for Surveillance: Power, Performance & Trust (7th Biannual Surveillance and Society Conference) Barcelona (April 2016)- joint work with Professor I. S. Mian and Jan Charbonneau, but I was the sole presenter.
Presentation at Early-Careers Researchers Symposium on Cyber Security, ‘Direct-to-consumer genetic testing T&CS’ (Cyber Security Centre, University of Oxford, 30th September 2015).
Presentation at Gikii conference, Andelka M. Phillips, I.S. Mian and J. Charbonneau, ‘Molecule say ‘hello’ to molecule’: Technological Innovation under the Microscope’ (24th September 2015, Berlin).
Invited Workshop leader with Teresa Finlay for HeLEX’s Translation in Healthcare – Exploring the Impact of Emerging Technologies conference, ‘DNA a click away: “agreements” in DTCGT’ (25th June 2015).
Invited Presentation at King’s College London, ‘Combing through the fine print – a journey into the world of DTC Genetic Testing Contracts’ (19th June 2015).
Presentation at GenoPri (The 2nd Workshop on Genome Privacy and Security), ‘Genomic Privacy and Direct-to-Consumer Genetics – Big Consumer Genetic Data – What’s in that Contract?’, (San Jose, 21st May 2015).
Presentation at NDPH Symposium, ‘Don’t think, just click – a quick walk through the typical DTC genetics contract’ (Nuffield Department of Population Health Annual Symposium, 14th January 2015).
Invited Seminar for University College London (UCL) Computer Science Faculty, (UCL, London, 12th September 2014).
Invited Presentation at the SCL Technology Law Futures Forum, (London, 26th June 2014).
Student Fellowship and Poster Presentation for Molecular Medicine Tri Conference, Poster no. 97. (San Francisco, CA, February 2014).
Poster Presentation for Consumer Genetics Conference, Poster no. 8 (Boston, MA, 25th to 27th September 2013).
Presentation at GikII Bournemouth, ‘Direct-to-consumer genetic testing, what exactly are you signing up for?’ GikII Conference, (Bournemouth University, UK, 16th September 2013).
Short Talk & Poster Presentation for Human Genomics and Personalized Medicine (E3) Symposium, (Stockholm, Sweden, 20th June 2013).
Presentation and bursary for The Fifth Northumbria University Information Rights Conference: CHANGING NOTIONS OF PRIVACY (Newcastle, UK, 1st May 2013).
Invited Seminar for OxPILS at Balliol College, ‘Direct-to-Consumer (DTC) Personal Genome Testing and Consumers’ Rights – What Are You Signing Up to When You Purchase a DTC Genetic Test?’ (University of Oxford, 7th March 2013).
Presentation ‘Direct-to-Consumer (DTC) genetic testing: Now, it is time to discuss the ethical and legal issues’, Postgraduate Forum in Genetics and Society’s Regional Meeting at Oxford ‘Emerging Themes in Clinical Genethics’ (University of Oxford, 8th June 2012).