The Genetics in Wisconsin website gives health professionals, patients, and families access to genetics information and resources. There are helpful links to other sites, as well as family stories that illustrate how Wisconsin genetics services benefit patients and families. 

To learn more about Genetics and Public Health in Wisconsin, click here.


AAP Committee on Genetics Clinical Report:  Comprehensive Evaluation of the Child With Intellectual Disability or Global Developmental Delays

UW Madison's Seminars in Pediatrics--with a focus on genetics for primary care pediatric providers.  September 18-19, 2014.

Upper Midwest Clinical Genetics Conference for genetics professionals.  Madison, WI, September 19, 2014.

Genetic Testing:  Scientific Background for Policymakers:  This document from the Congressional Research Service provides useful information on genetic testing for policymakers...and for everyone else!

Sickle Cell Trait: you’ve been tested! More than 2 million people have Sickle Cell Trait, do you?  If you were born in Wisconsin after November 1, 1988, you were tested at birth.  A result is available and you do not need to be re-tested.  Find out how to obtain your result




Featured Genetics Professional

Craig Adamski, MS, CGC

“The field of medical genetics is exciting, complex, and evolving rapidly. As a genetic counselor, my role is often changing to meet the specific needs of each individual patient and their families. Understanding personal and familial genetic information is a powerful tool in managing total health.  I’m fortunate to work with amazing patients and providers.”

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