Adam Buchanan


Assistant Professor and Genetic Counselor in the Geisinger Genomic Medicine Institute

Adam Buchanan, MS, MPH, LGC, is assistant professor and genetic counselor in the Geisinger Genomic Medicine Institute. Previously, he was a research associate at Duke Cancer Institute. He is an NIH-funded investigator with research interests in outcomes of genomic screening programs, service delivery models for genetics services, clinical decision support based on family health history, and assessing cancer risk management behaviors. His clinical expertise includes intimate knowledge of recommended risk management for hereditary cancer syndromes. He is co-leading Geisinger’s MyCode genomic screening program for medically actionable genomic results, and is helping to develop a health services research portfolio on patient-participant, family, and system outcomes of this program.

Listen to the interview with Adam (published June 2019) https://mendelspod.com/podcasts/should-genomic-screen-be-standard-care-a...



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