Dr. Gunter Presents at GETed Conference at Harvard Medical School
Dr. Tracy Gunter presented on issues raised by behavioral genetics in antisocial behavior as part of GETed 2013 at Harvard Medical School on April 26. GETed brought together educators from around the nation to brainstorm strategies for raising awareness about personal genetics. This year's focus was on controversial topics in genetics.
The conference was sponsored in part by the Personal Genetics Education Project (pgED), part of Harvard Medical School. The project’s mission is to increase awareness of personal genetics, particularly the ethical, legal, and social implications around personal genome sequencing.
Dr. Gunter is an associate professor of clinical psychiatry at IU’s Department of Psychiatry, and an adjunct professor at the IU Robert H. McKinney School of Law, where she teaches Neuroscience and Law.