- Shermohammed, M., Goren, A., Lanyado, A., Yesharim, R., Wolk, D. M., Doyle, J., Meyer, M. N.,* Chabris, C. F.* Informing patients that they are at high risk for serious infection increases vaccination rates. MedRxiv preprint.
- Milkman, K. L., et al. A mega-study of text-message nudges encouraging patients to get vaccinated at their pharmacy. SSRN preprint.
- Okbay, A., et al. Polygenic prediction within and between families from a 3-million-person GWAS of educational attainment.
- Spector-Bagdady, K., Lynch, H. F., Bierer, B. E., Gelinas, L., Hull, S. C., Magnus, D., Meyer, M. N., Sharp, R. R., Sugarman, J., Wilfond, B. S., Yearby, R., Mohapatra, S. Allocation of opportunities to participate in clinical trials during the COVID-19 pandemic and other exceptional circumstances.
- Awad, E., Levine, S., Anderson, M., Anderson, S. L., Conitzer, V., Crockett, M. J., Everett, J. A. C., Evgeniou, T., Gopnik, A., Jamison, J. C., Kim, T. W., Liao, M., Lin, P., Meyer, M. N., Mikhail, J., Opoku-Agyemang, K., Borg, J. S., Schroeder, J., Sinnott-Armstrong, W., Slavkovik, M., Tenenbaum, J. B. Computational ethics.
- Turley, P., et al. Multi-Ancestry Meta-Analysis yields novel genetic discoveries and ancestry-specific associations.
- Lussier, M., Meyer, M., Wright, E. Consequences of Rush to Emergency Use Authorization of Bamlanivimab.
- Santos, H. C., Goren, A., Chabris, C. F.*, Meyer, M. N.* Effect of targeted behavioral science messages to encourage COVID-19 vaccination among employees of a large health system: A randomized trial. In press (journal not named per its embargo policy).
- Turley, P.*, Meyer, M. N.*, Wang, N., Cesarini , D., Hammonds, E., Martin, A. R., Neale, B. M., Rehm, H. L., Wilkins-Haug, L., Benjamin, D. J., Hyman, S., Laibson, D., Visscher, P. M. Special Report, Problem in using polygenic scores to select embryos. New England Journal of Medicine (In press)
- Becker, J., et al. The Polygenic Index Repository: Resource profile and user guide. Nature Human Behavior, online first June 17, 2021, https://www.nature.com/articles/s41562-021-01119-3
- DiNucci, A., et al. (2021). Feasibility and Assessment of a Cascade Traceback Screening program (FACTS): protocol for a multisite study to implement and assess an ovarian cancer Traceback cascade testing program. Journal of Personalized Medicine, 11(6), 543-554
- Milkman, K. L., et al. (2021). A mega-study of text-based nudges encouraging patients to get vaccinated at an upcoming doctor’s appointment. PNAS (published online first April 30, 2021). SSRN preprint.
- Wagner, J. K., Meyer, M. N. Genomic medicine and the “loss of chance” medical malpractice doctrine. Human Genetics and Genomics Advances (in press). Uncorrected online proof.
- Meyer, M. N., Gjorgjieva, T., Rosica, D. Trends in health care worker intentions to receive a COVID-19 vaccine and reasons for hesitancy. JAMA Network Open, 4(3), e215344.
- Meyer, M. N., Gelinas, L., Bierer, B., Hull, S. C., Joffe, S., Magnus, D., Mohapatra, S., Sharp, R., Spector-Bagdady, K., Sugarman, J., Wilfond, B., Lynch, H. F. (2021). An Ethics Framework for Consolidating and Prioritizing COVID-19 Clinical Trials. Clinical Trials (online first Feb. 2, 2021). Ungated PMC version.
- Mozersky, J., Meyer, M. N., Rahm, A. K., O’Dell, & S., Buchanan, A. (2021). Balancing external validity and concern for psychosocial harms in translational genetic research. Ethics & Human Research, 43(2):43-48
- Guerrini, C. J., Sherkow, J. S., Meyer, M. N., & Zettler, P. J. (2020). Transparency is key to ethical vaccine research—Response. Science 370(6523):1423
- Guerrini, C. J., Sherkow, J. S., Meyer, M. N., & Zettler, P. J. (2020). Self-experimentation, ethics, and regulation of vaccines. Science, 369(6511): 1570-1572
Heti Világgazdaság (Hungary); CTV National News (Canada); Medium Coronavirus Blog
- Heck, P. R., Chabris, C. F., Watts, D. J., & Meyer, M. N. (2020). Objecting to experiments even while approving of the policies or treatments they compare. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
- Meyer, M. N. (2020). There oughta be a law: When does(n’t) the U.S. Common Rule apply? Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics48(1-supp): 60-73
- Byrd, J. B., Bello, N., & Meyer, M. N. (2020). Pandemic pandemonium: Pausing clinical research during the COVID-19 outbreak. Circulation, online ahead of print April 22, 2020
- Savatt, J. M., Wagner, J. K., Joffe, S., Rahm, A. K., Williams, M. S., Davis, F. D., Hergenrather, J., Kelly, M. A., Kirchner, H. L., Meyer, M. N., Mozersky, J., O’Dell, S. M., Pervola, J., Sturm, A. C., Buchanan, A. H. (2020). Pediatric reporting of genomic results study (PRoGRESS): A mixed-methods, longitudinal, observational cohort study to explore disclosure of actionable adult- and pediatric-onset genomic variants to minors and their parents. BMC Pediatrics 20, Article number: 222.
- Bobe, J., Meyer, M. N., & Church, G. M. (2020). Privacy and agency are critical to a flourishing biomedical research enterprise: misconceptions about the role of CLIA. Florida Law Review Forum 71, 58-67
- Meyer, M. N., Heck, P. R., Holtzman, G. S., Anderson, S. M., Cai, W., Watts, D. J., & Chabris, C. F. (2019). Reply to Mislavsky et al.: Sometimes people really are averse to experiments. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
- Meyer, M. N., Heck, P. R., Holtzman, G. S., Anderson, S. M., Cai, W., Watts, D. J., & Chabris, C. F. (2019) Objecting to experiments that compare two unobjectionable policies or treatments. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 116(22), 10723-10728
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Singal for British Psychological Society; Oral Argument podcast; Scott Koenig for Nautilus; Tom Chivers at UnHerd;
Medium Coronavirus Blog
- Heck, P. R. & Meyer, M. N. (2019). Information avoidance in genetic health: Perceptions, norms, and preferences. Social Cognition, 37(3), 266-293 (preprint)
- Heck, P.R. & Meyer, M. N. (2019). Population whole exome screening: Primary care provider attitudes about preparedness, information avoidance, and nudging. Medical Clinics, 103(6):1077-1092
- Linnér, R. K., et al. (2019). Genome-wide association analyses of risk tolerance and risky behaviors in over 1 million individuals identify hundreds of loci and shared genetic influences. Nature Genetics (online first https://doi.org/10.1z038/s41588-018-0309-3)
- Lynch, H. F., Nicholls, S., Meyer, M. N., & Taylor, H. A. (2018). Of parachutes and participant protection: Advancing effective research ethics oversight. Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics, https://doi.org/10.1177/1556264618812625, 1-7
- Lee, J. L., et al. (2018). Gene discovery and polygenic prediction from a genome-wide association study of educational attainment in 1.1 million individuals. Nature Genetics, 50(8), 1112-1121
- Marc S. Williams, et al. (2018). Implementation of patient-centered precision health in a learning healthcare system: the Geisinger experience with genomic medicine, Health Affairs, 37(5), 757-764
- Meyer, M. N. (2018). Practical tips for ethical data sharing. Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science, 1(1), 131-144
- Buchanan, A. H., Manickam, K., Meyer, M. N., et al. (2018). Early cancer diagnoses through BRCA1/2 screening of unselected adult biobank participants. Genetics in Medicine, 20(5), 554-558
- Meyer, M. N. (2016). Pregnancy exclusions, posthumous pregnancy, and the Constitution. Lahey Health Journal of Medical Ethics, Spring, 6-7
- Aysu Okbay, et al. (2016). Genome-wide association study identifies 74 loci associated with educational attainment. Nature, 533(7604), 539-542
- Aysu Okbay, et al. (2016). Genetic variants associated with subjective well-being, depressive symptoms and neuroticism identified through genome-wide analyses. Nature Genetics, 48(6), 624-633
- Meyer, M. N. (2015). Above the (public health) law?: Healthcare worker deception & disobedience in a time of distrust. Journal of Law, 5(1), 121-136
- Meyer, M. N. (2015). Two cheers for corporate experimentation: The A/B illusion and the virtues of data-driven innovation. Colorado Technology Law Journal, 13(2), 273-331 (slides)
- Meyer, M. N., Lantos, J., London, A. J., McGuire, A. L., Schuklenk, U. & Stell, L. (2014). Misjudgements will drive social trials underground. Nature, 511(7509), 265 (list of 28 additional signatories)
- Meyer, M. N. (2013). Regulating the production of knowledge: Research risk-benefit analysis and the heterogeneity problem. Administrative Law Review, 65(2), 237-298
- Meyer, M. N. (2013). Are you ready for some...research? Uncertain diagnoses, research data privacy, & preference heterogeneity. Journal of Law, 3(1), 99-110
- Niels A. Rietveld, et al. (2013). GWAS of 126,559 individuals identifies genetic variants associated with educational attainment. Science, 340(6139), 1467-1471 (AAAS); see also FAQs (authored first draft)
- Meyer, M. N. (2013). From evidence-based medicine to evidence-based practice. Hastings Center Report, 43(2), 11-12
- Meyer, M. N. (2011). The subject-researcher relationship: In defense of contracting around default rules. American Journal of Bioethics, 11(4), 27-30
- Meyer, M. N. (2010). Against one-size-fits-all research ethics. Hastings Center Report, 40(5), 10-11
- Meyer, M. N. & Fossett, J. F. (2009). The more things change: The new NIH guidelines on human stem cell research. Kennedy Institute of Ethics Journal, 19(3), 289-307
- Meyer, M. N. (2008). The kindness of strangers: The donative contract between subjects and researchers and the non-obligation to return individual results of genetic research. American Journal of Bioethics, 8(11), 44-50
- Meyer, M. N. (2006). Note, The plaintiff as person: Cause lawyering, human subject research, and the secret agent problem. Harvard Law Review 119: 1510-1531
- Meyer, M. N. (2004). Comment, Icelandic Supreme Court holds that inclusion of an individual's genetic information in a national database infringes on the privacy interests of his child: Guomundsdottir v. Iceland. Harvard Law Review, 118, 810-817
- Fletcher, J. C., Meyer, M. N., Benson, J. M. & Denk, C. E. (1998). When and why do Virginians choose to terminate treatment? Virginia Medical Quarterly, 125(2), 112-116, 119 (PubMed)