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Genetic Counseling Graduate Program

Genetic Counseling Graduate Program

The mission of the Master of Genetic Counselor Studies Program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is to educate competent and compassionate genetic counselors who will successfully enter the genetic counseling workforce and be lifelong learners and leaders in the field.

For more information: Genetic Counseling Program

Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities (LEND)

Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental and Related Disabilities (LEND)

Maternal and Child Health Training Program Logo. Green and white circle make of overlapping shapes.The WI LEND Program provides inter-professional leadership education in neurodevelopmental disabilities to graduate students and community members, including professionals, family members and individuals with disabilities. Didactic and experiential learning focuses on systems of care, public health and policy, interdisciplinary family-centered practice, research, evaluation and dissemination. The LEND program recruits trainees and provides interdisciplinary leadership training in collaboration with academic programs at UW-Madison and UW-Milwaukee, including the CASTLE Project (Clinical Assessment, Screening, Treatment and Leadership in Evidence-based practices for Children with Autism, 2019-2024), the Masters in Genetic Counseling Studies program located at the Waisman Center, and other Maternal and Child Health-funded training programs in Wisconsin and regionally. Faculty and trainees provide outreach education, technical assistance and direct service to improve the health of children with Autism and other Developmental Disabilities.

Contact:

Gail Chödrön
608-890-0145
Email: chodron@wisc.edu
Website: WI LEND Program

 

For more information: WI LEND Program

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