Material Related to Digital Privacy, esp. Genomic Privacy


Letters to the Editor

Panel Discussion

Scientific Writings

Quantification of private information leakage from phenotype-genotype data: linking attacks.
A Harmanci, M Gerstein (2016). Nat Methods 13: 251-6.

Proceed with Caution
D Greenbaum, M Gerstein (2013). The Scientist 27:26 (1 Oct.)

Genomics and Privacy: Implications of the New Reality of Closed Data for the Field
D Greenbaum, A Sboner, XJ Mu, M Gerstein (2011). PLoS Comput Biol 7: e1002278.

The role of cloud computing in managing the deluge of potentially private genetic data.
D Greenbaum, M Gerstein (2011). Am J Bioeth 11: 39-41.

RSEQtools: a modular framework to analyze RNA-Seq data using compact, anonymized data summaries.
L Habegger, A Sboner, TA Gianoulis, J Rozowsky, A Agarwal, M Snyder, M Gerstein (2011). Bioinformatics 27: 281-3.

Reproducible Research: Addressing the need for data and code sharing in computational science
Yale Law School Roundtable on Data and Code Sharing (2010). Computing in Science & Engineering 12(5): 8-13 (Sept/Oct).

Social networking and personal genomics: suggestions for optimizing the interaction.
D Greenbaum, M Gerstein (2009). Am J Bioeth 9: 15-9.

Genomic anonymity: have we already lost it?
D Greenbaum, J Du, M Gerstein (2008). Am J Bioeth 8: 71-4.

Network security and data integrity in academia: an assessment and a proposal for large-scale archiving.
A Smith, D Greenbaum, SM Douglas, M Long, M Gerstein (2005). Genome Biol 6: 119.

Impediments to database interoperation: legal issues and security concerns.
D Greenbaum, A Smith, M Gerstein (2005). Nucleic Acids Res 33: D3-4.

Computer security in academia-a potential roadblock to distributed annotation of the human genome.
D Greenbaum, SM Douglas, A Smith, J Lim, M Fischer, M Schultz, M Gerstein (2004). Nat Biotechnol 22: 771-2.

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