I’m applying for a review and approval for my personal project, Genevieve Genome Report, which is currently active on Open Humans. This personal project represents a topic I worked on before Open Humans existed (collaborative genome interpretation, from the perspective of exploring primary literature).
There’s a big conflict of interest concern here. I am Executive Director & President of Open Humans Foundation, and I have been the primary reviewer of projects to date. Although I told the board about this project when I released it, I think it should be revisited for community input.
I hope someone else can step forward to make a final call on the review decision. Thanks in advance for everyone’s feedback!
Should this project be visible and available for all Open Humans members to join?
Please vote Approve or Deny, and/or comment.
- Activity page: https://www.openhumans.org/activity/genevieve-genome-report/
- Project review guide: Project Review Guide
- Project guidelines: https://www.openhumans.org/community-guidelines/#project
- Title: Genevieve Genome Report
- Managed by: Mad Ball
- Description: Genevieve is a tool that invites you to explore your genome. By matching your genome against ClinVar’s public variant data, you have a window into what researchers see. To help improve our shared understanding, Genevieve invites users to contribute to shared, public, wiki-style notes that elaborate on genetic variant information.
- Project website: https://genevieve.herokuapp.com/
- Connections: 681 members
- Data received: Open Humans username (implicitly, public data on Open Humans), Genome/Exome Upload, Harvard Personal Genome Project, 23andMe Upload
- Data added: None