#WhatIWantYouToKnow About Infertility

April is here! Finally, we are welcoming sunshine, warmer weather, and blooming flowers. Springtime also conjures images of new life; babies, of the animal and human variety, are seemingly everywhere ...

OAGC Member Spotlight Spring 2021

The OAGC Web Design and Marketing Subcommittee is proud to launch our quarterly Member Spotlight beginning with one of our longest practicing colleagues, Betsy Schmalz. Read on to learn more about Bet...

American Heart Month: Four Things to Do as a Genetic Counselor

February is American Heart Month! Consider how genetic counselors can incorporate cardiac awareness into their practice.

From Personal to Professional: A Student’s Perspective on Cancer Counseling

Author: Cameron Friedman Student Spotlight Cameron is a graduate student of Bowling Green State University. He holds a B.S. in Biology and Psychology. He is a current second year genetic counseling gr...

Remembering the Person Behind the Diagnosis

Jana Basil, MS, LGC Hereditary breast cancer, HBOC, BRCA1, BRCA2. By the end of graduate training, most genetic counseling students have been inundated with hereditary breast and ovarian cancer (HBOC)...

Being a GC Student in the COVID19 Era

The best way I can describe it is, well, different.

Student Supervision in the Era of COVID19

Pandemic or no pandemic, students need fieldwork experience. Here are some strategies to navigate this new territory.

Preparing for Boards: Perspective from a Program Director

The ABGC-CGC credential represents our profession's gold standard... the stress makes sense, but you can manage it.

Preparing for Boards: Perspective From a (Somewhat) Recent Grad

Preparing for your Board exam may seem overwhelming, but there are so many resources available.