Stephanie Malia Fullerton, D.Phil, is Associate Professor of Bioethics and Humanities at the University of Washington School of Medicine and Director of the Institute for Public Health Genetics in the Department of Biostatistics, UW School of Public Health. She is also Adjunct Associate Professor in the UW Departments of Epidemiology and Genome Sciences, as well as an affiliate investigator with the Public Health Sciences division of the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. She received a PhD in Human Population Genetics from the University of Oxford and later re-trained in Ethical, Legal, and Social Implications research with a fellowship from the NIH National Human Genome Research Institute. Dr. Fullerton’s work focuses on the ethical and social implications of genetics and genomics research, including researcher and participant perspectives on data-sharing, secondary use, and result return. She is also interested in scientists' understandings of human genetic variation and its relation to disease risk, the use of racial and ethnic constructs in the conduct and interpretation of genetic research, and the responsible incorporation of genomic methodologies into broader programs of health disparities research. She currently serves as a co-Investigator with the Center for Genomics and Healthcare Equality (Burke, PI) and directs the Ethics and Policy Core of the Partnership to Understand and Eliminate Disparate Outcomes (PUEDO) in Latinas Center for Population Health and Health Disparities (CPHHD) at the FHCRC (Thompson, PI). In addition, she co-directs the Project 3 (Ethical and Psychosocial Implications Research) component of the Clinical Sequencing Exploratory Research (CSER) project NEXT Medicine (Jarvik, PI) and serves as a co-Investigator with the Electronic Medical Records and Genomics (eMERGE) Network project at Group Health Cooperative (Jarvik/Larson, PIs). Dr. Fullerton is an active member of the American Society of Human Genetics, currently serving as Past-Chair of the Social Issues Committee.