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Angela Trepanier, MS, CGC

Ms.Trepanier has over 20 years experience as a certified genetic counselor and an educator in medical genetics. She is the director of the genetic counseling graduate program at Wayne State University where for the last 15 years she has taught genetic counseling and medical genetics to graduate students, medical students, and practicing professionals. She has over 20 publications in clinical genetics and genetic counseling. Ms. Trepanier is a member of the executive committee of the Association of Genetic Counseling Program Directors (President), and a past board member of the National Coalition of Health Professional Education in Genetics, the Genetic Counseling Foundation, the Michigan Association of Genetic Counselors, and the National Society of Genetic Counselors (NSGC). She served as the NSGC president in 2008. Ms. Trepanier is involved in a number of professional volunteer activities includingserving on the NSGC Genetic Counseling Outcomes workgroup, the NSGC Licensure subcommittee, andthe Association of Genetic Counseling Program Directors Committee on Advanced Training for Certified Genetic Counselors.