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Susanne B. Haga, Associate Professor of Population Health Sciences and Sanford School of Public Policy and Affiliate of the Duke Initiative for Science & Society  

Office Location: 304 Research Drive, Box 90141 North Building 262, Durham, NC 27708
Office Phone: (919) 684-0325
Duke Box: 90141 Med Ctr
Email Address: susanne.haga@duke.edu
Web Page: http://faculty.duhs.duke.edu/faculty/info?pid=15869

Areas of Expertise

    Teaching (Fall 2017):

    • Genome 120fs.01, Ethics of genome research Synopsis
      Lsrc d243, Tu 10:20 AM-12:50 PM

    Recent Publications   (More Publications)

    1. Haga, SB; Mills, R; Moaddeb, J; Allen LaPointe, N; Cho, A; Ginsburg, GS. "Primary care providers' use of pharmacist support for delivery of pharmacogenetic testing.." Pharmacogenomics 18.4 (March, 2017): 359-367. [doi]  [abs]
    2. Haga, SB; Moaddeb, J; Mills, R; Voora, D. "Assessing feasibility of delivering pharmacogenetic testing in a community pharmacy setting.." Pharmacogenomics 18.4 (March, 2017): 327-335. [doi]  [abs]
    3. Haga, SB; Mills, R; Moaddeb, J; Allen Lapointe, N; Cho, A; Ginsburg, GS. "Patient experiences with pharmacogenetic testing in a primary care setting.." Pharmacogenomics 17.15 (October, 2016): 1629-1636. [doi]  [abs]
    4. Haga, SB; Moaddeb, J; Mills, R; Patel, M; Kraus, W; Allen LaPointe, NM. "Incorporation of pharmacogenetic testing into medication therapy management.." Pharmacogenomics 16.17 (November, 2015): 1931-1941. [doi]  [abs]
    5. Haga, SB; Mills, R; Aucoin, J; Taekman, J. "Interprofessional education for personalized medicine through technology-based learning." Personalized medicine 12.3 (June, 2015): 237-243. [doi]

    Highlight:
    My research interests focus on issues affecting the translation of genomics to clinical practice. Specifically, I have a strong interest in education, with each of my research projects involving some component of professional, public or patient education, including development of educational materials about genomic research in general, pharmacogenetic testing, and communicating genetic test results, in addition to undergraduate teaching in genetics/genomics, ethics, and policy.

    Susanne B. Haga