Anya E.R. Prince, "The Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA) of 2008," with M. Waterstone and others, in Genetic Discrimination: Transatlantic Perspectives on the Case for a European-level Legal Response, edited by Gerard Quinn, Aisling de Paor, and Peter Blanck. NY: Routledge, 2015, at 114, 14 pages.
Anya Prince, "Gene Therapy's Field of Dreams: If you Build it, Will we Pay?" 97 North Carolina Law Review 1463 (2019), 32 pages.
Anya Prince, "Comparative Perspectives: Regulating Insurer Use of Genetic Information," European Journal of Human Genetics 1 (Nov. 6, 2018), 9 pages.
Anya E.R. Prince, "Reconceptualizing Harms and Benefits in the Genomic Age," with Benjamin E. Berkman, Personalized Medicine (2018), 10 pages. (epub ahead of print)
Anya E.R. Prince, “Analysis of State Laws on Informed Consent for Clinical Genetic Testing in the Era of Genomic Sequencing,” with Kayte Spector-Bagdady and others, 178C American Journal of Medical Genetics, Part C, Seminars in Medical Genetics 81 (2018), 8 pages.
Anya E.R. Prince, "Insurance Risk Classification in an Era of Genomics: Is a Rational Discrimination Policy Rational?" 96 Nebraska Law Review 624 (2018), 64 pages.
Anya E.R. Prince, "Age and Perceived Risks and Benefits of Preventive Genomic Screening," with Margaret Waltz and others, Genetics in Medicine (online version), (2017), 7 pages.
Anya E.R. Prince, "Is there Evidence that we should Screen the General Population for Lynch Syndrome with Genetic Testing? A Systematic Review," with R.J. Cadigan and others. 10 Pharmacogenomics and Personalized Medicine 49 (2017), 12 pages.
Anya E.R. Prince, "Membership Recruitment and Training in Health Care Ethics Committees: Results from a National Pilot Survey," with R.J. Cadigan, and others, 8 AJOB Empirical Bioethics 161 (2017), 9 pages.
Anya E.R. Prince, "Which Results to Return: Subjective Judgments in Selecting Medically Actionable Genes," with G. Lázaro-Muñoz, and others, 21 Genetic Testing and Molecular Biomarkers 184 (2017), 11 pages.
Anya E.R. Prince, "Navigating Professional Norms in an Inter-Professional Environment: The 'Practice' of Healthcare Ethics Committees," 15 Connecticut Public Interest Law Journal 115 (2016), 42 pages.
Anya E.R. Prince, "Tantamount to Fraud? Exploring Non-Disclosure of Genetic Information in Life Insurance Applications as Grounds for Policy Rescission," 26 Case Western Reserve Health Matrix: Journal of Law-Medicine 255 (2016), 52 pages.
Anya E.R. Prince, "Automatic Placement of Genomic Research Results in Medical Records: Do Researchers have a Duty? Should Participants have a Choice?" with J.M. Conley and others, 43 Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics 827 (2015), 16 pages.
Anya E.R. Prince, "Scientific Social Responsibility: Lessons from the Corporate Social Responsibility Movement," with J. Conley and others, 15 American Journal of Bioethics 64 (2015), 3 pages.
Anya E.R. Prince, "Prevention for those who can Pay: Insurance Reimbursement of Genetic-based Preventive Interventions in the Liminal State between Health and Disease," 2 Journal of Law and the Biosciences 365 (2015), 31 pages.
Anya E.R. Prince, "Factors which Impact the Delivery of Genetic Risk Assessment Services Focused on Inherited Cancer Genomics: Expanding the Role and Reach of Certified Genetics Professionals," with C. Radford and T. Pal, 23 Journal of Genetic Counseling 522 (2014), 9 pages.
Anya E.R. Prince, "Genetic Information, Non-discrimination, and Privacy Protections in Genetic Counseling Practice," with M.I. Roche, 23 Journal of Genetic Counseling 891 (2014), 12 pages.
Anya E.R. Prince, "Genomic Screening of the General Adult Population: Key Concepts for Assessing Net Benefit with Systematic Evidence Reviews," with J.S. Berg and others. 17 Genetics in Medicine 441 (2014), 3 pages.
Anya E.R. Prince, "Comprehensive Protection of Genetic Information: One Size Privacy or Property Models may not Fit All," 79 Brooklyn Law Review 175 (2013), 52 pages.
Anya E.R. Prince, "When does an Illness begin: Genetic Discrimination and Disease Manifestation," with B.E. Berkman, 40 Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics 655 (2012), 10 pages.