Genetic Counseling In the News
News highlights about Bay Path's Genetic Counseling program, events, students, alumni, and faculty
Program faculty Janice Berliner and Colleen Dougherty, along with Bay Path MSGC alum Megan Parker, with faculty from the Boise State University Genetic Counseling Training Program giving a presentation at the recent conference of the National Society of Genetic Counselors entitled, Seriously, can online education work for genetic counseling? Adapting to the demands of training more (and diverse) genetic counselors.
First annual Bay Path University MSGC Program Reunion at NSGC. Pictured here are program faculty Janice Berliner, Colleen Dougherty and Dr. Susan Capasso, along with both second year students and recent alumni.
- Along with other genetic counseling program leaders throughout the U.S., Janice Berliner created and presented a panel entitled Utilizing Established Distance Education Methods to Adapt Genetic Counseling Training for the Association of Genetic Counseling Program Directors meeting, July 14, 2020.
- Brittany Spader, a 2020 graduate of the program, was interviewed in a story entitled, More Genetic Counselors are Needed to Realize the Potential of Precision Medicine, in The Jackson Laboratory Search Magazine, June 23, 2020.
- Page Brody wrote a column for the student corner of Perspectives, the quarterly newsletter of the National Society of Genetic Counselors, entitled The 21st Century Classroom.
- Erick Anderson and Rebekah Waikel presented their capstone research at the poster session of the American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics meeting in Seattle, April 2019.
- Allison Wood presented the Association of Public Health Laboratories (APHL) Newborn Screening and Genetic Testing Symposium in Chicago, April 2019.
- Deanna Cross and Allison Wood completed Public Health Genetics and Precision Medicine Roles fellowships through the National Society of Genetic Counselors.
- Katherine Jodrey completed a genetic counseling laboratory internship at the Mayo Clinic, June 2019.