The Wisconsin Genetics Advisory Committee's purpose is to advise the Statewide Genetics Program and the Genetics Systems Integration (GSI) Hub, and to guide efforts to strengthen the genetics infrastructure in Wisconsin. The goal of the unique collaboration is to more seamlessly integrate genetics with Maternal and Child Health (MCH) and Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs public health programs.
The Genetic Advisory Committee has a variety of representatives including: genetics professionals, parents, primary care providers, and more. Meetings are held twice a year in spring and fall. To learn more about the Genetic Advisory Committee, please click here.
The Wisconsin Genetics Systems Integration (GSI) Hub's purpose is to integrate genetics with public health systems in order to support individuals with genetic disorders, their families, and the professionals who work with them.
The GSI Hub is based at the Waisman Center in Madison. GSI Hub staff work closely with the Statewide Genetics Program, the State Genetic Coordinator, the Genetic Advisory Committee, as well as with other collaborating partners. To read more about the GSI Hub, please click here.
This is the most current Genetics Services Plan for the state of Wisconsin.