Andelka M. Phillips, Thana C de Campos, and Jonathan Herring (eds), Philosophical Foundations of Medical Law (Oxford University Press, published 21 November 2019) – this is part of Oxford University Press’ Philosophical Foundations of Law series.
Andelka M Phillips, ‘The Age of Personalised Medicine – From Patients to Consumers: The Digital Environment, Clickwrap Contracts, and Implications for Autonomy’ in Andelka M. Phillips, Thana C de Campos, and Jonathan Herring (eds), Philosophical Foundations of Medical Law (Oxford University Press, published 21 November 2019)
Andelka M. Phillips, ‘All Your Data Will Be Held Against You: Secondary Use of Data from Personal Genomics & Wearable Tech’ in Susan Sterett and Lee Demetrius Walker (eds), Research Handbook On Law And Courts – (Edward Elgar Publishing, October 2019). You can download a flyer with a discount code here.
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’ (9 October 2019) Development: Dialogue Section doi: https://doi.org/10.1057/s41301-019-00208-1 – Sharing link to full text
Andelka M Phillips, Buying Your Self on the Internet: Wrap Contracts and Personal Genomics (Edinburgh University Press, July 2019) – this is the first volume in Edinburgh University Press’ Future Law series. You can download a flyer with a discount code here.
Andelka M. Phillips, written submission to the UK’s House of Commons Science and Technology Committee for their Commercial Genomics Inquiry. Written Submission to Public Inquiry (CGN0025) UK. Available here
Andelka M. Phillips, ‘Buying Your Genetic Self Online: Pitfalls and Potential Reforms in DNA Testing’ (May/June 2019) IEEE Security and Privacy 77-81 doi:10.1109/MSEC.2019.2904128 -the accepted version is also available on the Privacy Foundation’s website here
Andelka M Phillips, ‘Reading the Fine Print When Buying Your Genetic Self Online: Direct-to-Consumer Genetic Testing Terms and Conditions’ (2017) New Genetics and Society 36(3) 273-295 http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14636778.2017.1352468
Andelka M Phillips and I S Mian, ‘Governance and of Future Spaces: A Discussion of Some Issues Raised by the Possibilities of Human-Machine Mergers’, discussion paper for Data For Policy Government by Algorithm? Conference, London, September 6th to 7th, 2017. Data_for_Policy_2017_paper_53 – link to conference website
L Kalokairinou, HC Howard, et al, AM Phillips,14 ‘Legislation of direct-to-consumer genetic testing in Europe: a fragmented regulatory landscape’ J Community Genet (2017). DOI 10.1007-s12687-017-0344-2-2
Andelka M Phillips, ‘Märkte für genetische Information’, (September 2016) – translated into German. Märkte für genetische Information | Gen-ethisches Netzwerk e.V.
Andelka M Phillips, ‘Only a Click Away – DTC Genetics for Ancestry, Health, Love… and More: A View of the Business and Regulatory Landscape’ (2016) 8 Applied & Translational Genomics 16-22Only A Click Away
Jane Kaye, Jessica Bell, Colin Mitchell, Andelka M Phillips, and Sonja Myhre, ‘Registries Governance Guidance Toolkit’ (version 2, 9 June 2016)
Andelka M Phillips, Cyber Risk and Connected/Autonomous Vehicles Workshop – A Summary Report for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles workshop held in Oxford 22 February 2016. – this report was made available to conference participants, but it is not publicly available.
Andelka M Phillips, ‘Take an online DNA test and you could be revealing far more than you realise’ The Conversation (12 January 2016).
Andelka M Phillips, ‘Genomic Privacy and Direct-to-Consumer Genetics – Big Consumer Genetic Data – What’s in that Contract?’ (presented at GenoPri’15 (The 2nd Workshop on Genome Privacy and Security) and published as part of IEEE Conference Proceedings 2015) Genomic Privacy GenoPri
Andelka M Phillips, ‘Direct-to-consumer genetic tests – more than just a question of health’ (December 2015) BioNews
Andelka M Phillips, ‘Think Before You Click – Ordering a Genetic Test Online’ (Winter 2015) The SciTech Lawyer 11(2). Think before you click