New Frontiers in Genetic Technology

NSGC Online Course

Looking to learn more about the emerging technologies that you’ve been seeing in the news or popping up on social media? This course will provide an overview of technologies and testing platforms including mitochondrial replacement, liquid biopsy, CRISPR and gene therapy, pharmacogenomics, and the use of artificial intelligence and innovative technologies in the clinical setting. Additionally, genetic counselors and other experts will discuss their experience with these technologies and how they can be utilized in the treatment and management of patients.

Course Learning Objectives:

  1. Examine advanced technologies in genetic testing.
  2. Understand how these new avenues of testing impact treatment and management of patients.
  3. Assess clinical and public health implications of these technologies including benefits, limitations and possible ethical repercussions

Full course information here

Purchase Information

Purchase Type Price
NSGC Member:  $75
Non-member:  $100
Student Member: $40
Student Non-member:  $50


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Bundle Your Courses to Save More!

When you bundle your 2018 courses together and purchase two at the same time, you will save 10% on the total purchase, allowing you get to more learning opportunities and education for less! Purchase this course along with the newly released Genetic Counseling Specialties Review: Cancer, Prenatal, Personalized and Precision Medicine and save! 

Continuing Education

The National Society of Genetic Counselors (NSGC) has been authorized to offer up to 0.50 CEUs or 5.06 Category 1 Contact Hours for the activity: New Frontiers in Genetic Technology. The American Board of Genetic Counseling (ABGC) will accept CEUs earned at this program for the purposes of genetic counselor certification and recertification. Genetic counselors must be certified at the time of the activity in order for credits to count towards recertification.

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