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Michael Bray G'22, PhD

Adjunct Faculty

BS, The University of Georgia; MS, Vanderbilt University; MS, Bay Path University, PhD, Vanderbilt University; Post Doc, Washington University

Michael Bray G'22  had over a decade of experience in the field of genetics before enrolling in the genetic counseling program at Bay Path. In 2013, he enrolled in the Human Genetics Ph.D. program and the Computational Biology M.S. program at Vanderbilt University, where he gained extensive coding experience. Michael did his postdoc work at Washington University in St. Louis, where he created and returned genetic risk reports of lung diseases to individuals who smoke. Engaging with research participants about their genetics highlighted Michael’s passion for helping others understand how genetics can impact their lives. This research, along with experiences from his family, motivated Michael to enter the field of genetic counseling. He now works as a pediatric genetic counselor at Orlando Health in Florida. We couldn't be happier that Michael will be teaching GEN610: Genomics/Molecular Techniques Lab.

Please visit the MS in Genetic Counseling program page to learn about the curriculum, program options, and more!