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. [...]
It is with great pleasure that the UUGPGC announces the University of Utah’s new assistant program director, Amanda Gammon! Amanda is a genetic counselor at the Huntsman Cancer Institute at the University of Utah. She comes to the assistant director position with 9 years of experience in clinical genetic counseling, research, and teaching. She has [...]
Interview with Dr. Carey In June 2016, John Carey, MD, MPH, won the sixth annual UUGPGC Teaching Award, which is conferred by the second year students and supported by the Division of Medical Genetics. Dr. Carey is an internationally known clinical geneticist who has been involved with the genetic counseling graduate program since its [...]
Important Announcement from the UUGPGC regarding the Retirement of Bonnie Baty and Incoming Program Director, Karin Dent Please join us in celebrating Bonnie Baty’s retirement, this June 30, 2016. Professor Baty established genetic counseling services at the University of Utah, helped pioneer the process of program accreditation for the American Board of Genetic Counseling, [...]
Three graduates from the Class of 2014 have accepted genetic counseling positions in Utah. Their classmates have accepted positions in California, Oregon, Maryland, and Missouri. Congratulations! We look forward to your many successes.
UUGPGC Program Director, Bonnie Baty, MS, LCGC, received the University of Utah Distinguished Teaching Award on May 4, 2012. A nominee for the Distinguished Teaching Award must maintain a consistent record of outstanding teaching performance and implement effective and innovative teaching methods which demonstrate exceptional abilities to motivate student learning. The nominee must show a concern [...]