Co-Founder/CEO of Kolgene explains the platform connecting clinicians with genetic labs around the world. His company streamlines the process of looking for labs, communicating with them and ordering the tests.
NORD's event in Hartford is recapped including interviews with a patient advocate, Michelle Cotton, and a Connecticut representative, Dave W. Yaccarino.
A Clinical Cytogeneticist talks about the field of cytogenetics which studies chromosomes.
Discussion on the epigenetics of tumor progression in pediatric cancer, how it differs between types of cancer, and using it to diagnosis and alter treatments.
Co-Founder/CEO of Onevoice shares how his new community building software solution supports the rare disease community.
Discuss the subfields of genetic counseling cardiogenetics, hereditary cancer genetics, direct-to-consumer tests and carrier screening.
Dr. Joanne Kamens discusses gender equality in work environments, specifically in scientific fields and finding different careers in science through networking.
Patient advocate talks about her hereditary cancer syndrome and offers her expertise and experience.
Entrepreneur/genetic counselor discusses the importance of family health history awareness month, ancestry DNA testing and other direct-to-consumer genetic tests.
A science communicator of 40 years, Sharon Begley, shares her insight on CRISPR’s impact on advances in research. Event about the environmental factor of breast cancer is reviewed.