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.
Featured Genetics Professional
“My career in genetic counseling has been exceedingly rewarding emotionally and intellectually. The field of genetics poses questions that are not easily answered and working with patients is its own reward. It is these challenges that have kept me interested in genetics and genetic counseling.“
2020 Wisconsin Genetics Exchange will be held on Friday, September 25, 2020 from
9:30 am – 3:30 pm at the Friends of the Waisman Center Auditorium.
1500 Highland Ave.
Madison, WI 52705
Given uncertainty regarding the ability to safely congregate in person this fall, the conference will also be available by remote access. Registration to attend is required for all participants, even those attending by remote access. Registration deadline is September 11, 2020.
Genetic Exchange Agenda
Inclusion in the Practice of Genomic Medicine: Exploring the Impact of Implicit Biases Towards Disability A research and educational module which provides free CME or CEU credit through Boston University School of Medicine.
Wisconsin Newborn Screening: An Introduction – Coming Soon
Online education module offering AMA, MOC Part 2 (Am Board Pediatrics only), and ANCC
genetic testing. This list contains recommendations regarding ordering genetic testing that can affect health care costs.