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Scientists from the Camden Opioid Research Initiative share their research focusing on the role genetics plays in this drug addiction.
Genetic counselor and Founder of WatershedDNA offers advice for adoptees and donor conceived people on genetic testing.
Patient Advocate and Motivational Speaker shares his journey with Huntington Disease.
Four current graduate students discuss how to prepare and what to expect during the first year.
Award-winning New York Times columnist and the author of 13 science books discusses his latest book about hereditary.
Nahid Turan (Chief Laboratory Officer) and Alissa Resch (Chief Scientific Officer) share about biobanking’s role in research and development.
Maryland State Ambassador for NORD brings her passion for patient advocacy for the rare disease community including her daughter known as #EmmaStrong.
Four GC students share advice on the application process for prospective and current applicants.
A mobile and cloud-based app that helps people with chronic, serious and rare health concerns better manage their health journeys.
Author Laura Kieger and her son, Dr. Alexander Kieger, share their family’s courageous, century-long struggle with a rare genetic cancer syndrome.
Dr. Biju Parekkadan, Co-Creator and Scientific Director of Legend of Sumeria, discusses the science, bioethics, and art behind this hard science graphic novel.
A community for telomere biology disorders discusses dyskeratosis congenita.
UCONN assistant professor and research discuss the role genetics play in pain susceptibilities.
DTC tests (23andMe, Ancestry etc.) versus medical grade testing, and My Gene Counsel’s impact in genetic testing.
President of the National Society of Genetic Counselors.
CEO/Founder of ActX, a leading company in electronic health record integrated genomic decision support.
The CEO of Bioquark shares on the advancements in regeneration and repair of human organs and tissues.
Four incoming GC students share advice on the application process for prospective and current applicants.
The world’s foremost expert on the clinical use of telomerase for age-related diseases.