Participating in Third Party Research and Inclusion in Stratify Genomics’ Research Database
We may de-identify, aggregate, store, and use your information for educational, internal quality control, validation studies, and/or research and development purposes. De-identification means that the Personal Information associated with your genetic information will be removed.
Information, and results in our research may be shared with third party collaborators including government, academic, and commercial entities. Stratify Genomics may receive financial compensation to conduct such research. You understand that by providing a sample, having your sample processed, or providing information to Stratify Genomics, you acquire no rights in any research or commercial products that may be developed by us or our collaborating partners. You will not receive compensation for any research or commercial products that include or result from your sample or information.
We may author publications using de-identified information, either on our own or in collaboration with third parties. We may disclose, sell and otherwise commercialize de-identified information without restriction.
You may also consent to the inclusion of your information in our research database to support further research in genetics. If you consent, we will de-identify your information and make it accessible and searchable in the database by researchers for an indefinite period of time. Participation in the database involves the possible risk that your information might become known to individuals outside of Stratify Genomics, or that you may be identifiable from information in the database. We will use commercially reasonable efforts to protect your identity and preserve the confidentiality of your information.
Withdrawal of Consent
Your use of our Prompt test is voluntary. You may choose to withdraw your Consent or to stop using our Services at any time. You do not need to inform Stratify Genomics when you stop using our Services unless you are requesting closure of your Account. Such requests should be sent to us using the contact information below.
You can opt out of third-party research and/or our research database by contacting us directly. However, if you have consented in the past and later request to opt out, we cannot exclude your de-identified information from research performed with your prior permission. In addition, we may not be able to recall de-identified data that has already been released to the database or third parties. Upon such a request, we will cease to share your information going forward and will remove your information from the database.