In May 2017, Amanda Gammon, MS, LCGC, won the seventh annual UUGPGC Teaching Award, which is conferred by the second year students and supported by the Division of Medical Genetics. Amanda is a certified and licensed genetic counselor at the Huntsman Cancer Institute where she has been providing cancer genetic counseling for almost a decade.  She has been involved with the UUGPGC for many years as a course director, rotation supervisor and director, research committee chair and member, student mentor, and serves on multiple other program committees.  Amanda recently joined the UUGPGC Program Directorship as our Assistant Program Director in September 2016.  Amanda is known for her exceptional intelligence as well as un-ending kindness, patience, and compassion when interacting with both patients and genetic counseling students.  We are so excited she is a part of our team!