Survey of Attitudes and Behaviours Towards Genomics

Deadline: 12/12/2001
November 7, 2001

The ESRC wishes to commission studies that gather structered information about attitudes and behaviours towards human, animal, plant and environmental genomics. It is intended that the surveys will include data that will permit analyses of a wide range of variables such as socio-economic status, health status, religious beliefs and previous experience with genetic disease. This information will provide a resource for future research, policy and practice.

Full details here
Contact: Kean Birch
Address: ESRC
Polaris House
North Star Avenue
Swindon SN2 1UJ

Telephone: 01793 413109

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