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Graduates

Class of 2021 (Inaugural Cohort)

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  • Abbie Bronson

    Abbie Bronson

    Genetic Counseling Awareness Video

    Abbie created a video about what genetic counseling is and how to become a GC. This video is for college and high school students to create interest in the profession by introducing earlier awareness of the career.

    Genetic Counseling Awareness Video

    Abbie created a video about what genetic counseling is and how to become a GC. This video is for college and high school students to create interest in the profession by introducing earlier awareness of the career.

  • Sheena Byerly

    Sheena Byerly

    CDS Tool for Cancer Genetic Counseling Referrals

    Sheena created an electronic tool that can improve the ability of a primary care provider to quickly and accurately assess the appropriateness of a patient for cancer genetic counseling.

    CDS Tool for Cancer Genetic Counseling Referrals

    Sheena created an electronic tool that can improve the ability of a primary care provider to quickly and accurately assess the appropriateness of a patient for cancer genetic counseling.

  • Eric Chow

    Eric Chow

    Genetic Counselors’ Perceptions on Telehealth

    Due to COVID-19, many genetic counselors were forced to use telehealth and had to rapidly implement a telehealth system. Eric’s project was a survey to see what aspects of telehealth genetic counselors liked and didn’t like in the hopes of identifying factors that would make implementation more efficient. Eric’s findings were recently shared at a meeting of the Japanese Society of Genetic Counseling.

    Genetic Counselors’ Perceptions on Telehealth

    Due to COVID-19, many genetic counselors were forced to use telehealth and had to rapidly implement a telehealth system. Eric’s project was a survey to see what aspects of telehealth genetic counselors liked and didn’t like in the hopes of identifying factors that would make implementation more efficient. Eric’s findings were recently shared at a meeting of the Japanese Society of Genetic Counseling.

  • Liann Jimmons

    Liann Jimmons

    An Educational Tool to Support Recruitment of Diverse Students – Introduction to Genetic Counseling: Sickle Cell Trait and Sickle Cell Disease

    Liann scripted and animated a video which demonstrated core competencies of genetic counseling to serve as an educational resource for those interested in learning more about our profession. It featured a scenario with a counselor and patient from underrepresented and ethnically diverse backgrounds to highlight the necessity of cultural humility and the value of diversity in this field and in healthcare as a whole. Her goal is for this video to show prospective genetic counseling students from URM communities they have unique, personal expertise that is essential to the practice of genetic counseling. Liann’s video was featured on an episode of the NSGC Podcast Series.

    An Educational Tool to Support Recruitment of Diverse Students – Introduction to Genetic Counseling: Sickle Cell Trait and Sickle Cell Disease

    Liann scripted and animated a video which demonstrated core competencies of genetic counseling to serve as an educational resource for those interested in learning more about our profession. It featured a scenario with a counselor and patient from underrepresented and ethnically diverse backgrounds to highlight the necessity of cultural humility and the value of diversity in this field and in healthcare as a whole. Her goal is for this video to show prospective genetic counseling students from URM communities they have unique, personal expertise that is essential to the practice of genetic counseling. Liann’s video was featured on an episode of the NSGC Podcast Series.

  • Angie Kapely

    Angie Kapely

    Defining the Role of the Interpreter in Genetic Counseling Sessions

    Angie conducted a qualitative study for genetic counselors and language interpreters focusing on the issue of the role of the interpreter and the question of whether a more active role for the interpreter such as cultural broker and/or mitigator of misunderstanding would bring about better patient outcomes and more successful sessions.

    Defining the Role of the Interpreter in Genetic Counseling Sessions

    Angie conducted a qualitative study for genetic counselors and language interpreters focusing on the issue of the role of the interpreter and the question of whether a more active role for the interpreter such as cultural broker and/or mitigator of misunderstanding would bring about better patient outcomes and more successful sessions.

  • Molly Marra

    Molly Marra

    Web-based Decision Making Tool for Individuals Seeking Direct to Consumer Testing

    Molly’s project was to build a web-based decision making tool for individuals seeking direct to consumer testing. Her work, which was integrated into Watershed DNA, is intended help adoptees and donor-conceived people have a better understanding of the types of testing available to them and what it means.

    Web-based Decision Making Tool for Individuals Seeking Direct to Consumer Testing

    Molly’s project was to build a web-based decision making tool for individuals seeking direct to consumer testing. Her work, which was integrated into Watershed DNA, is intended help adoptees and donor-conceived people have a better understanding of the types of testing available to them and what it means.

  • Elisabeth Meyers

    Elisabeth Meyers

    Barriers and Solutions for Establishment of Genetic Counseling Assistant Positions

    Elisabeth’s capstone focused on examining the barriers that occur when establishing a GCA position and whether there is a need for a resource that could assist in that process.

    Barriers and Solutions for Establishment of Genetic Counseling Assistant Positions

    Elisabeth’s capstone focused on examining the barriers that occur when establishing a GCA position and whether there is a need for a resource that could assist in that process.

  • Camille Miller

    Camille Miller

    Culturally Tailored Educational Intervention for African American Women At-risk for HBOC

    Camille’s goal of her project was to help alleviate genetic service disparities and improve health literacy among African American women by developing an easy-to-use, culturally-tailored educational resource, co-designed with the target population. This resource includes important information about genetic services, cancer screening, and how women can empower themselves to improve their health outcomes.

    Culturally Tailored Educational Intervention for African American Women At-risk for HBOC

    Camille’s goal of her project was to help alleviate genetic service disparities and improve health literacy among African American women by developing an easy-to-use, culturally-tailored educational resource, co-designed with the target population. This resource includes important information about genetic services, cancer screening, and how women can empower themselves to improve their health outcomes.

  • Josie Minick

    Josie Minick

    Assessing COVID-19 Impact on Huntington’s Disease Support Groups

    Josie’s project focused on how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected Huntington’s Disease support groups. She conducted a survey of current support group leaders within the Huntington’s Disease Society of America (HDSA) and used their insights and suggestions to create a resource sheet with recommendations and tools, which was delivered back to the HDSA for dissemination among their support groups.

    Assessing COVID-19 Impact on Huntington’s Disease Support Groups

    Josie’s project focused on how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected Huntington’s Disease support groups. She conducted a survey of current support group leaders within the Huntington’s Disease Society of America (HDSA) and used their insights and suggestions to create a resource sheet with recommendations and tools, which was delivered back to the HDSA for dissemination among their support groups.

  • Michael Potts

    Michael Potts

    Genetic Counselors on Working in Rural Areas

    Michael’s project aimed to better understand why genetic counselors who work in rural areas take those positions. He interviewed 5 participants to get answers to that question and learned a lot!

    Genetic Counselors on Working in Rural Areas

    Michael’s project aimed to better understand why genetic counselors who work in rural areas take those positions. He interviewed 5 participants to get answers to that question and learned a lot!

  • Sarah Tipton

    Sarah Tipton

    Are the Perceptions of Genetic Counseling Students Toward Professional Roles Influenced by the Opinions and Perceptions of Genetic Counseling Educators?

    Sarah conducted a survey of currently enrolled genetic counseling students investigating their exposure to emerging roles of the genetic counselor, e.g. lab, industry, research. It sought to collect information about whether those they encounter during training might influence their own perceptions of such roles or plans to pursue them.

    Are the Perceptions of Genetic Counseling Students Toward Professional Roles Influenced by the Opinions and Perceptions of Genetic Counseling Educators?

    Sarah conducted a survey of currently enrolled genetic counseling students investigating their exposure to emerging roles of the genetic counselor, e.g. lab, industry, research. It sought to collect information about whether those they encounter during training might influence their own perceptions of such roles or plans to pursue them.

  • Sarah Williams

    Sarah Williams

    Resources for genetic counseling and the Deaf community

    Sarah created a website to centralize resources to help bridge cultural gaps and strengthen patient-provider relations, with the goal of promoting positive health outcomes for the Deaf community.

    Resources for genetic counseling and the Deaf community

    Sarah created a website to centralize resources to help bridge cultural gaps and strengthen patient-provider relations, with the goal of promoting positive health outcomes for the Deaf community.

Class of 2022

  • Veronica Abraham

    Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy Education Video for Primary Care Physicians

    Veronica created a short video to educate PCPs about hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM) and how to recognize signs of it in a patient’s personal and family history and how to refer to the appropriate specialists for further care.

    Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy Education Video for Primary Care Physicians

    Veronica created a short video to educate PCPs about hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM) and how to recognize signs of it in a patient’s personal and family history and how to refer to the appropriate specialists for further care.

  • Michele Andrew

    Family Health History and Genetic Counseling: A Patient-Facing Educational Video

    Michele created a video for patients to watch and learn about the process of family history information-taking in the genetic counseling session, with the goal of helping patients arrive more prepared for their cancer genetic counseling appointments and for the appointments to run more efficiently.

    Family Health History and Genetic Counseling: A Patient-Facing Educational Video

    Michele created a video for patients to watch and learn about the process of family history information-taking in the genetic counseling session, with the goal of helping patients arrive more prepared for their cancer genetic counseling appointments and for the appointments to run more efficiently.

  • Kathryn Beebe

    Hereditary Hematopoietic Malignancies – A Review

    Kathryn researched and wrote a review of hereditary hematopoietic malignancies (HHMs) and the current state of genetic counseling practices related to HHMs. She is currently working on publishing her manuscript.

    Hereditary Hematopoietic Malignancies – A Review

    Kathryn researched and wrote a review of hereditary hematopoietic malignancies (HHMs) and the current state of genetic counseling practices related to HHMs. She is currently working on publishing her manuscript.

  • Letisha Cortez

    Pruebas farmacogenéticas: A Culturally Tailored Educational Video to Support Hispanic/Latinx Consumers Seeking Pharmacogenetic Testing

    Letisha created a Spanish-language video for Hispanic/Latinx consumers to learn more about pharmacogenetics (PGx), including basic information about PGx and ethnicity-specific limitations and information. An English-language version is forthcoming.

    Pruebas farmacogenéticas: A Culturally Tailored Educational Video to Support Hispanic/Latinx Consumers Seeking Pharmacogenetic Testing

    Letisha created a Spanish-language video for Hispanic/Latinx consumers to learn more about pharmacogenetics (PGx), including basic information about PGx and ethnicity-specific limitations and information. An English-language version is forthcoming.

  • Jenna Damon

    “EB and Me!”Creation of a Children’s Book for Families Affected with Epidermolysis Bullosa

    Jenna wrote and illustrated a book for children with epidermolysis bullosa (EB) and their families as a supportive aid for the wound care process. She consulted with patients, families, children’s literature professionals, and physicians who care for children with EB as part of the design process. She is currently researching options for widespread publication.

    “EB and Me!”Creation of a Children’s Book for Families Affected with Epidermolysis Bullosa

    Jenna wrote and illustrated a book for children with epidermolysis bullosa (EB) and their families as a supportive aid for the wound care process. She consulted with patients, families, children’s literature professionals, and physicians who care for children with EB as part of the design process. She is currently researching options for widespread publication.

  • Katy Hafezi

    Huntington’s Disease: Audiovisual Aids for Patients and Caregivers

    Katy partnered with the Huntington’s Disease Society of America (HDSA) to review and curate their library of YouTube videos for patients and caregivers. She created an index of videos and clips, organized by topic and easily navigable by timestamp, for distribution to HDSA support group leaders to promote increased use of these videos in meetings and to share with patients and caregivers.

    Huntington’s Disease: Audiovisual Aids for Patients and Caregivers

    Katy partnered with the Huntington’s Disease Society of America (HDSA) to review and curate their library of YouTube videos for patients and caregivers. She created an index of videos and clips, organized by topic and easily navigable by timestamp, for distribution to HDSA support group leaders to promote increased use of these videos in meetings and to share with patients and caregivers.

  • Ellen Kassay

    Creating a Cancer-Specific Health History Questionnaire

    Ellen partnered with the Genetic Support Foundation (GSF) to create a tool to help patients self-determine if they could benefit from genetic counseling. The tool results in a printable sheet of information that can be given to a primary care provider in support of referral to a genetics professional, if appropriate.

    Creating a Cancer-Specific Health History Questionnaire

    Ellen partnered with the Genetic Support Foundation (GSF) to create a tool to help patients self-determine if they could benefit from genetic counseling. The tool results in a printable sheet of information that can be given to a primary care provider in support of referral to a genetics professional, if appropriate.

  • Emma Murphy

    Assessing attitudes among genetic counseling program leadership regarding success and adoption of shared education materials: test case of pharmacogenetics standardized education module

    Emma conducted a survey of genetic counseling program leaders and instructors to assess interest in and use of shared educational modules, using a standardized module in use at several programs as a test case. She is currently working on publishing her results.

    Assessing attitudes among genetic counseling program leadership regarding success and adoption of shared education materials: test case of pharmacogenetics standardized education module

    Emma conducted a survey of genetic counseling program leaders and instructors to assess interest in and use of shared educational modules, using a standardized module in use at several programs as a test case. She is currently working on publishing her results.

  • Yasmine Namane

    A Genetic Testing Approach for Intellectual Disability and Developmental Delay

    Yasmine created a pocket reference card for primary care physicians and community pediatricians who may be considering genetic testing for the diagnosis of non-syndromic intellectual disability and developmental delay. The card is now in use in residency programs at St. Luke’s Health System in Boise.

    A Genetic Testing Approach for Intellectual Disability and Developmental Delay

    Yasmine created a pocket reference card for primary care physicians and community pediatricians who may be considering genetic testing for the diagnosis of non-syndromic intellectual disability and developmental delay. The card is now in use in residency programs at St. Luke’s Health System in Boise.

  • Katie Parker

    Developing a New Lynch Syndrome Infographic

    In collaboration with expert genetic counselors and family members, Katie created a new and updated Lynch Syndrome infographic to better meet the needs of patients and providers about this relatively common hereditary cancer syndrome. The infographic is currently available to all members of the National Society of Genetic Counselors with availability to organizations forthcoming.

    Developing a New Lynch Syndrome Infographic

    In collaboration with expert genetic counselors and family members, Katie created a new and updated Lynch Syndrome infographic to better meet the needs of patients and providers about this relatively common hereditary cancer syndrome. The infographic is currently available to all members of the National Society of Genetic Counselors with availability to organizations forthcoming.

  • Tanner Pollock

    Clinical Oncology Genetic Counselors’ Utilization of RNA Analysis

    Tanner surveyed practicing cancer genetic counselors to assess current practices and opinions about the role of RNA analysis in clinical care. He is currently working on a manuscript for submission to a peer-reviewed journal to disseminate his findings.

    Clinical Oncology Genetic Counselors’ Utilization of RNA Analysis

    Tanner surveyed practicing cancer genetic counselors to assess current practices and opinions about the role of RNA analysis in clinical care. He is currently working on a manuscript for submission to a peer-reviewed journal to disseminate his findings.

  • Farrah Uphoff

    Development of a Smartphone Study Application for the Genetic Counseling Certification Exam

    In collaboration with students from the Games, Interactive Media, and Mobile Technology program at Boise State, Farrah created a prototype for a trivia app to assist in preparation for the genetic counseling board exam. The app is undergoing additional testing and refinement with an aim to be available publicly in 2023.

    Development of a Smartphone Study Application for the Genetic Counseling Certification Exam

    In collaboration with students from the Games, Interactive Media, and Mobile Technology program at Boise State, Farrah created a prototype for a trivia app to assist in preparation for the genetic counseling board exam. The app is undergoing additional testing and refinement with an aim to be available publicly in 2023.

Class of 2023

  • Emily Aungst

    Genetic Variant Classification: Current Issues and Considerations with a focus on MYH7

    Production of an information video detailing the workflow and limitations therein of reclassifying several variants in a MYH7 splice site.

    Genetic Variant Classification: Current Issues and Considerations with a focus on MYH7

    Production of an information video detailing the workflow and limitations therein of reclassifying several variants in a MYH7 splice site.

  • Chase Beeler

    ABGC Exam Study Application

    Development of a smartphone application aimed at creating a well vetted accessible resource for
    Students and GCs preparing for the genetic counseling board exam.

    ABGC Exam Study Application

    Development of a smartphone application aimed at creating a well vetted accessible resource for
    Students and GCs preparing for the genetic counseling board exam.

  • Nick Clute Rening

    Clinical Availability in Genetic Counseling Education

    Survey defining and addressing availability in clinical experiences for GC students nationwide.

    Clinical Availability in Genetic Counseling Education

    Survey defining and addressing availability in clinical experiences for GC students nationwide.

  • Sebastian Feher

    Understanding the Genetic Counseling Assistant Scope of Practice from a Genetic Counseling Assistant Point of View

    Trying to better understand the GCA position. This includes information like the highest level of education, if they have goals of becoming a GC and the tasks that they commonly perform. We also analyzed self-efficacy regarding certain tasks that they may be completing.

    Understanding the Genetic Counseling Assistant Scope of Practice from a Genetic Counseling Assistant Point of View

    Trying to better understand the GCA position. This includes information like the highest level of education, if they have goals of becoming a GC and the tasks that they commonly perform. We also analyzed self-efficacy regarding certain tasks that they may be completing.

  • Maggie Harper

    Tips for Healthcare Professionals Providing Care to Patients who use American Sign Language

    A short video that provides healthcare providers with helpful tips when working with patients who use ASL.

    Tips for Healthcare Professionals Providing Care to Patients who use American Sign Language

    A short video that provides healthcare providers with helpful tips when working with patients who use ASL.

  • Sarah Lynn Holmes

    Reading Frame

    A website that partners with authors, advocacy groups, and libraries to increase access to books about genetic conditions.

    Reading Frame

    A website that partners with authors, advocacy groups, and libraries to increase access to books about genetic conditions.

  • Lindsey Nanz

    Making a Difference: Why patients should care about patient registries

    A brochure for patients that explains patient registries and their importance in the role of rare disease research

    Making a Difference: Why patients should care about patient registries

    A brochure for patients that explains patient registries and their importance in the role of rare disease research

  • Sonia Nessari

    Breast Cancer Awareness and Screening for Afghan Refugee Women

    Creating a culturally appropriate community event for Afghan refugee women to raise awareness about breast cancer and breast cancer screening.

    Breast Cancer Awareness and Screening for Afghan Refugee Women

    Creating a culturally appropriate community event for Afghan refugee women to raise awareness about breast cancer and breast cancer screening.

  • Emily Sippola

    Communication of positive predictive value in large gene panels and next generation sequencing

    Example scripts that accompany a PPV calculator developed by the Center for Genomic Interpretation and an accompanying paper that addresses the importance and value of calculating and communicating the positive predictive value for some hereditary cancer test results and to review some options of discussing and processing this uncertainty with patients and referring providers.

    Communication of positive predictive value in large gene panels and next generation sequencing

    Example scripts that accompany a PPV calculator developed by the Center for Genomic Interpretation and an accompanying paper that addresses the importance and value of calculating and communicating the positive predictive value for some hereditary cancer test results and to review some options of discussing and processing this uncertainty with patients and referring providers.

Class of 2024

  • Elise Alvarez

    Genetic Counseling Career Advancement Portfolio Guide: A Resource for New and Experienced Genetic Counselor

    Elise Alvarez compiled of tips and recommendations about career advancement from experienced genetic counselors in a variety of positions, producing a guide to help prepare for seeking promotions and higher level roles. The guide and accompanying spreadsheet-based tracker will be available soon!

    Genetic Counseling Career Advancement Portfolio Guide: A Resource for New and Experienced Genetic Counselor

    Elise Alvarez compiled of tips and recommendations about career advancement from experienced genetic counselors in a variety of positions, producing a guide to help prepare for seeking promotions and higher level roles. The guide and accompanying spreadsheet-based tracker will be available soon!

  • Yuriko Beaman

    Developing A Culturally Tailored Resource to Foster Breast Cancer Genetic Testing in African American Women

    Yuriko Beaman produced a 12-minute educational video about the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act, or GINA, featuring an interview with board-certified genetic counselor Tifany Lewi

    Developing A Culturally Tailored Resource to Foster Breast Cancer Genetic Testing in African American Women

    Yuriko Beaman produced a 12-minute educational video about the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act, or GINA, featuring an interview with board-certified genetic counselor Tifany Lewi

  • McKenzie Bell

    My Brother is a Kool Kid: A Children’s Book about Koolen-de Vries Syndrome for Siblings

    McKenzie Bell created a book for children siblings of children with Koolen-de Vries Syndrome, collaborating with a Boise State University illustration student. The book will be available at http://readingframe.org and through Amazon.

    My Brother is a Kool Kid: A Children’s Book about Koolen-de Vries Syndrome for Siblings

    McKenzie Bell created a book for children siblings of children with Koolen-de Vries Syndrome, collaborating with a Boise State University illustration student. The book will be available at http://readingframe.org and through Amazon.

  • Katie Carrick

    Creating a Patient Guide to Mosaic Embryos and Mosaic Embryo Transfers in IVF

    Katie Carrick developed a guide to serve as a supplemental resource for patients considering mosaic embryo transfer (MET) during their IVF journey. The guide will soon be available for public use.

    Creating a Patient Guide to Mosaic Embryos and Mosaic Embryo Transfers in IVF

    Katie Carrick developed a guide to serve as a supplemental resource for patients considering mosaic embryo transfer (MET) during their IVF journey. The guide will soon be available for public use.

  • Molly Grow

    Bridging the Gap Between Genetic Counseling and Athletic Training

    Molly Grow worked with the Master of Athletic Training (MAT) program to create a short video and pocket guide for athletic trainers to refer to if their clients have certain red flags that could suggest an inherited cardiac disorder. These will be used in a MAT course this summer.

    Bridging the Gap Between Genetic Counseling and Athletic Training

    Molly Grow worked with the Master of Athletic Training (MAT) program to create a short video and pocket guide for athletic trainers to refer to if their clients have certain red flags that could suggest an inherited cardiac disorder. These will be used in a MAT course this summer.

  • Jessica Mather

    Bridging the Gap Between Genetic Counseling and Athletic Training

    Molly Grow worked with the Master of Athletic Training (MAT) program to create a short video and pocket guide for athletic trainers to refer to if their clients have certain red flags that could suggest an inherited cardiac disorder. These will be used in a MAT course this summer

    Bridging the Gap Between Genetic Counseling and Athletic Training

    Molly Grow worked with the Master of Athletic Training (MAT) program to create a short video and pocket guide for athletic trainers to refer to if their clients have certain red flags that could suggest an inherited cardiac disorder. These will be used in a MAT course this summer

  • Jessica Mather

    Walking with an Angel: A Workbook for Teen Siblings of Individuals with Angelman Syndrome

    Jessica Mather developed a therapeutic workbook for teen siblings of individuals with Angelman Syndrome, collaborating with a Boise State University illustration student. The workbook will be available through the Angelman Syndrome Foundation

    Walking with an Angel: A Workbook for Teen Siblings of Individuals with Angelman Syndrome

    Jessica Mather developed a therapeutic workbook for teen siblings of individuals with Angelman Syndrome, collaborating with a Boise State University illustration student. The workbook will be available through the Angelman Syndrome Foundation

  • Ashley Mathews

    Sponsored Genetic Testing: A Patient Guide

    Ashley Mathews created a guide to help patients be informed about sponsored genetic testing and how it differs from typical clinical testing.

    Sponsored Genetic Testing: A Patient Guide

    Ashley Mathews created a guide to help patients be informed about sponsored genetic testing and how it differs from typical clinical testing.

  • Ashley Ratzsch

    Genetic Equity for the Spanish-Speaking Community of Pierce/King County: Results of a Targeted Needs Assessment

    Ashley Ratzsch conducted a needs assessment of the Hispanic community in Pierce and King County, WA, to help the Genetic Support Foundation better reach local Spanish-speaking patients.

    Genetic Equity for the Spanish-Speaking Community of Pierce/King County: Results of a Targeted Needs Assessment

    Ashley Ratzsch conducted a needs assessment of the Hispanic community in Pierce and King County, WA, to help the Genetic Support Foundation better reach local Spanish-speaking patients.

  • Rebecca Ryan

    Foundations of Genetic Counseling: Empowering Applicants with Transparent Application Processes

    Rebecca Ryan created new and updated content for iwanttobeagc.com, a website for prospective genetic counseling applicants. Watch for the updated version of the site very soon!

    Foundations of Genetic Counseling: Empowering Applicants with Transparent Application Processes

    Rebecca Ryan created new and updated content for iwanttobeagc.com, a website for prospective genetic counseling applicants. Watch for the updated version of the site very soon!

  • Caitlyn Stringham

    Neuropsychological Testing from the Patient Perspective: A brief guide to the preparation, testing, and post-testing of a neuropsychological appointment presented in audiovisual format.

    Caitlyn Stringham created a video to demystify the process of neuropsychological testing for patients with dementia or other cognitive concerns

    Neuropsychological Testing from the Patient Perspective: A brief guide to the preparation, testing, and post-testing of a neuropsychological appointment presented in audiovisual format.

    Caitlyn Stringham created a video to demystify the process of neuropsychological testing for patients with dementia or other cognitive concerns

  • Elena Talche-Prager

    Creating a Genetic Counseling Video for Mixteco Community

    Elena Talche-Prager created a Mixteco-language video to educate patients about recessive inheritance in preparation for their appointments, to benefit the Mixteco-speaking communities of central and southern California.

    Creating a Genetic Counseling Video for Mixteco Community

    Elena Talche-Prager created a Mixteco-language video to educate patients about recessive inheritance in preparation for their appointments, to benefit the Mixteco-speaking communities of central and southern California.

  • Anna Vickrey

    Breast and Chest Cancer Risks for the TGD population

    Anna Vickrey wrote an article as part of a decision-support tool about cancer screening for gender-diverse patients and their providers.

    Breast and Chest Cancer Risks for the TGD population

    Anna Vickrey wrote an article as part of a decision-support tool about cancer screening for gender-diverse patients and their providers.

  • Juliana Vang

    Hmong in Genetics: The Creation of a Hmong-Language Genetic Counseling Resource

    Juliana Vang created a video to introduce and educate Hmong-speaking patients about genetic counseling.

    Hmong in Genetics: The Creation of a Hmong-Language Genetic Counseling Resource

    Juliana Vang created a video to introduce and educate Hmong-speaking patients about genetic counseling.