The mission of the Prenatal Special Interest Group is to advocate for genetic counselors as an integral part of preconception and prenatal care by serving as an expert resource for NSGC and the Board of Directors, providing resources for prenatal genetic counselors, and promoting research and education in the area of reproductive genetics.
This special interest group was created to unite genetic counselors working or conducting research in the prenatal setting. It is maintained by members of NSGC who provide genetic counseling, education, or support for prenatal evaluation including biochemical, molecular, and sonographic testing, potential teratogenic exposures, and suspected positive family history.
As prenatal screening and testing technology change at a rapid rate, this SIG can also serve to educate the broader genetic counseling community regarding current and cutting edge technologies and relevant clinical practice recommendations.
- Access to the activities and listserv (email) discussion group regarding the most pertinent information within reproductive genetics.
- Involvement in creating and accessing education materials developed through SIG projects.
- Eligibility for grants supported by the SIG to further research within reproductive genetics.
- Opportunity to participate in SIG-sponsored educational sessions at the NSGC AEC.
Current Members: Access the Prenatal Counseling/Ultrasound Anomalies SIG community (including the Prenatal Counseling/Ultrasound Anomalies Discussion Forum and SIG Documents) here.
Join Now: To add this SIG to your NSGC membership, please visit your My NSGC profile. From the Membership tab, select the "Join A SIG" option and select the SIG(s) you would like to join. You will then be able to pay online or print an invoice to mail with a check.
Review SIG grant award opportunities.
Prenatal SIG Fetal Therapy Subcommittee