4 agile ways policy-makers can advance precision medicine
Precision medicine has been limited by technological, ethical, and regulatory challenges, but agile governance could harness it for the public good.
Dr. Diana Bowman is a Professor of Law in the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, where she serves as the Associate Dean for International Engagement, and the School for the Future of Innovation and Society, at Arizona State University. Di is a Co-Director of the recently established Center for Smart Cities and Regions at ASU and an Andrew Carnegie Fellow (2018).
Diana earned her Bachelor of Science (Physiology), a Bachelor of Law and a Doctor of Philosophy (Law) from Monash University (Australia). In August 2011 she was admitted to practice as a Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Victoria (Australia).