Blazing Paths in Genetic Counseling

Blazing Paths in Genetic Counseling
Science Magazine
Elisabeth Pain
June 22, 2016

Jehannine Austin’s own family medical history was the primary driver behind her career trajectory. Schizophrenia and bipolar disorders are common in her family, and she embarked on a Ph.D. in neuropsychiatric genetics with a desire to shed light on why. She soon realized that many others wanted the same answers. 

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