Kathryn Garber, Ph.D.
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Whitehead Biomedical Research Building
615 Michael St.
Atlanta, GA 30322
My two main interests are genetics education and the study of DNA sequence variation. At Emory, I am involved in genetics education on several levels, including running the genetics curriculum for medical and physician assistant students and directing courses for the genetic counseling training program. At the national level, I founded a curriculum resource exchange for genetic educators for the Association of Professors of Human and Medical Genetics. At EGL Genetics, I am the Director of Variant Analysis, which means that I am involved in the analysis of sequence variation identified through clinical genetic testing. Through this work, I have explored approaches to achieve consistent DNA sequence interpretation between people and between diagnostic laboratories.
- PhD, Harvard Medical School, 1999
- BS, Tufts University, 1993
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