Introduction

Genetic Counselors study more than science - they study people

Welcome prospective students. We encourage you to browse this portion of our website to find more information about the field of genetic counseling, application materials, financial aid, and our online courses. A list of relevant links and FAQs are also available, but if you have a question that was not addressed, please contact the Genetic Counseling Program administrator at: gcprog@cchmc.org, or a UC genetic counseling student at: gcstudents@cchmc.org.

 

Check out our blog at: http://ucgeneticcounseling.blogspot.com.

 

Genetic Counseling  here at Children's Hospital https://youtu.be/8MD2z2hjbtA

 

 

Pipetting. Petri dishes. Some people may be cut out for lab work.  As important as laboratory-based health care roles may be, genetic counselors crave working with people in a helping role. Genetic counseling is for those who love both science and people. A degree in genetic counseling combines knowledge of the hard sciences like biology and genetics with the clinical skills needed to address the psychosocial needs of families facing or experiencing a genetic diagnosis. As a genetic counselor, you will be able to interpret a doctors complex diagnosis because you understand the science behind it. From the day they walk through the hospital doors, our students are an essential part of a multidisciplinary team of doctors, nurses, clinicians, geneticists, and researchers--the people who set standards, write policies, and make discoveries. At the University of Cincinnati you will get a research and medical education from world class scholars and clinicians, grounded in science and the latest research. And you will be helping others. Every day.