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Stacey Pereira 
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 Graduate Student  

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spereira@rice.edu 

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 My work focuses on biobanking, genomics, and the anthropology of value. My fieldwork is ongoing within a cancer biobank based in southeast Texas. The goal of this work is to explore the ways in which meanings and values associated with cancer tissue samples are constructed, destroyed, changed, and reorganized as the samples change hands among many professionals as they move along a trajectory from cancer patients, through the biobanking process, to researchers.

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Pereira, S. Motivations and Barriers to Sharing Biological Samples: A Case Study. Journal of Personalized Medicine. 2013; 3(2): 102-110.

Gonzalez-Garay, M. L., McGuire, A.L., Pereira, S., Caskey, C.T. Personalized Genomic Disease Risk of Volunteers. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 2013; 110(42): 16957-16962.
 

Summary/Research Interests

 medical anthropology, commodification of the body, anthropology of value, bioethics, genomics, biobanking.