What's in Your Genes? | Virtual Genetics Panel Event
Sunday, November 15th from 5:00-6:00 PM EST
Sign in to Google to save your progress. Learn more
Name *
Email *
Are you a UMD student? *
Are you a member of any of the following organizations?
About the Panelists
Deborah Wasserman, MS:
Mrs. Wasserman is a genetic counselor with over 25 years’ experience in prenatal diagnosis and medical genetics clinics. As the genetic counselor for the Victor Center for the Prevention of Jewish Genetic Diseases, Miami, she provides genetic counseling for Ashkenazi Jewish genetic diseases to students, newlywed couples and other patients.

Elizabeth Stark, MS, LCGC:
Ms. Stark is a licensed and certified genetic counselor with the George Washington Cancer Center. She is the founding counselor of the Ruth Paul Hereditary Cancer and Prevention Service at GW, and has been a practicing genetic counselor since launching her genetics career at UCSF in 2010. Ms. Stark currently works at Georgetown on an NIH funded randomized trial related to familial risk of BRCA1/2 mutation.

Kristen Miller, MS:
Kristen is a board-certified genetic counselor working at the Johns Hopkins Hospital, where she sees patients with a wide variety of prenatal and preconception genetics indications in the Johns Hopkins Prenatal Diagnosis and Treatment Center and the Center for Fetal Therapy.  Kristen received a Bachelors degree in Cellular and Molecular Biology from Towson University, and earned her Masters in Genetic Counseling from the University of Maryland School of Medicine.  At Hopkins, Kristen is a clinical supervisor for genetic counseling students and genetics residents, and also provides education to Maternal-Fetal-Medicine fellows and medical students. Kristen is also involved in the Maryland and DC Society of Genetic Counselors (MDCGC) and the National Society of Genetic Counselors (NSGC).

Katie Sagaser, MS:
Katie Sagaser is an ABGC-board certified genetic counselor and Assistant Professor of Gynecology & Obstetrics at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore, MD. She is a passionate and outspoken advocate for reproductive justice and patient autonomy in reproductive medicine. Her research interests center on equitable access to expanded carrier screening in the general population, genetic counseling for complex congenital anomalies, and the role of spirituality in healthcare.
SUBMIT QUESTIONS HERE! You may submit as many as you'd like! Please be sure to specify if your questions are specifically intended for a panelist.
Clear form
Never submit passwords through Google Forms.
This content is neither created nor endorsed by Google. Report Abuse - Terms of Service - Privacy Policy