• Project Title
    Emunas Chachamim: A Prenatal Genetic Counseling Needs Assessment of Orthodox Jewish Clergy in Los Angeles
    Natalie Richeimer
    Associations Between Genetic Counselors’ Utilization of Meditation and Mindfulness with Reported Levels of Burnout
    Natalie Samson
    Current Landscape of Pharmacogenomics in Cancer Genetics Practice
    Kimia Sanati
    Needs Assessment of Cultural Competency Training for Healthcare Providers Offering Genetic Cancer Risk Assessment
    Jennifer Zeng
    Genetic Counselors’ Views on the Transfer of Mosaic Embryos
    Stephanie Gutierrez Gasca
    Genetic Counselors’ Preparedness to Work with Interpreters: A Needs Assessment for Training
    Karina Chuah
    Lessons from single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) testing in a mammography screening population: Patient uptake and program implementation
    Kayley Krystkowiak
    Pre-test education for Parkinson’s disease: What do my results mean?
    Addison Smith
    The Effects of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Disabled Genetic Counseling Students and Applicants: Insights and Lessons on Improving Accessibility
    Janie DeFriez
    A qualitative analysis of the experiences of LGBTQ+ patients in reproductive genetic counseling
    Clarissa Hall
    Mental Health Screening and Referrals in Genetic Counseling
    Jason Tate
    The Impact of Americanization and Hindu Philosophy on Perspectives of Reproductive Decision-Making
    Shilpa Narayan
    Genetic Counselors’ Perspectives on Community Health Workers/Promotores
    Jesus Resendiz
    A gene-a-rational change: Genetic cancer risk assessment through self-directed learning
    Kaila Wilson
    Admission Committee Members’ Perspectives on the GRE as an Admission Requirement for Genetic Counseling Programs
    Alyssa Schweickert
    Case Report: The First Affected Female Carrier of Snyder-Robinson Syndrome
    Stephanie Bae
    Needs of a unique and growing population: pediatric patient families who have received genome-wide sequencing
    Samantha Apodaca
    Recurrent deletions of Xq28 are associated with a recognizable phenotype of intellectual disability, hearing loss, and dysmorphic features: Case Report & Review of Literature
    Brandan Schultz
    Differences in Experiences between Cancer Genetic Counselors whose Work Environments Transitioned during the COVID-19 Pandemic
    Melodie Elyasian
  • Project Title
    Genetic Counselor Attitudes on the Reporting of VUSs for Multigene Cancer Panels
    Emmeline Chang
    Perspectives of Newly Identified FMR1 Premutation Carriers Regarding Pertinent Information in Results Disclosure
    Paloma Boeck
    Factors Influencing Patient Decisions to Disclose Parkinson’s Disease Genetic Testing Results to Relatives
    Jasmine Dhaliwal
    LFS and Living My Best! Pilot Study
    Bella Brink
    Genetic Counselors’ Knowledge of State Abortion Laws
    Josephine Gao
    Fetal Exome Sequencing as a Clinical Tool: Practical Experiences of Genetic Counselors
    Elsa Balton
    Changing Area of Practice in Genetic Counseling: Perception, Motivation, and Helpful Skills and Resources
    Cindy Haag
    Developing a Transgender and Nonbinary Inclusive Curriculum for Genetic Counseling Training Programs
    Kayla Lam-Little
    Language Communication Training for Genetic Counseling Students: Forming a Collaborative Team for Best Patient Outcomes
    Rosa Moreno
    Themes in Online Marketing of Direct-to-Consumer and Consumer-Directed Genetic Tests for Cancer Predisposition
    Maddy Kirsch
    Clinicians Opinions on the Importance of Informed Consent, Barriers to Pre-test Counseling, and Utility of Educational Tools in Cancer Genetics
    Alex Capasso
    Preliminary Training Curriculum for Genetic Counselors to Effectively Use ASL Interpreters
    Alicia Wolfson
    Protestant Perspectives on Prenatal Genetic Services: Congruence Between Pastors and Laity
    Ellen Brudi
    Attitudes and Perspectives on Genetic Counseling and Genetic Testing for Breast Cancer Risk Amongst Native Hawaiian Breast Cancer Survivors
    Nicole Choy
    The Current Practice of Genetic Counseling in China: Preparing for the Challenges of Genomic Medicine
    Lindsey Walker
  • Project Title
    The Development and Implementation of the Genetic Counseling Career Ladder
    Hayley Bottino
    Pharmacogenomic Testing in Psychiatry: Clinicians’ Practices, Attitudes, & Genetics Knowledge
    Alexandra Petrasek
    The Psychosocial Effects of Unexpected Findings on Direct to Consumer Genetic Testing
    Emily Wiseman
    Effect of an Adapted Motivational Interviewing Telephone Intervention Pre-Genetic Cancer Risk Assessment on the Perceived Personal Control of Latinas at Risk for Hereditary Breast and Ovarian Cancer
    Guadalupe Carvajal
    Cancer Genetic Counselors’ Perspectives of Nutritional Recommendations
    Breann Reinsch
    Identifying the Gap: Genetic Counseling and Testing for Underinsured Patients in Oncology Care
    Bailey Sanderson
    Investigating Native American’s Attitudes Towards Genetic Testing
    Jennifer Rios
    Assessing the Lived Experiences of Parents of Children with Phenylketonuria (PKU)
    Kathryn Schwan
    Exploring South Asian Perspectives on Genetic Counseling
    Shabri Patel
    Which “Me” am I Going to be Today?: Exploring Genetic Counselors’ Attitudes on Expressing their “Authentic Self” in the Workplace
    Brynna Nguyenton
    A Provider-Centered Approach to Genetic Panel Testing Reports
    Hannah Lilligren
    The Impact of Genetic Counseling on Direct-to-consumer and Patient-Initiated Testing
    Jennifer Hull
    Risk Reducing Mastectomies among Women with Mutations in Moderate Penetrance Breast Cancer Susceptibility Genes
    Jacob Comeaux