Primary responsibility will be to provide comprehensive genetic counseling services to patients with a variety of indications including fetal/in-utero intervention. Genetic counselors in the Fetal Diagnostic Center have the opportunity to attend and participate in weekly multidisciplinary fetal development conference, supervise University of Michigan genetic counseling students, nursing students, medical students, resident physicians, fellows and others, and lecture in Reproductive Genetic course as part of the University of Michigan’s master’s degree program in genetic counseling. There may be opportunities to contribute to research projects and write case reports. Become part of the growing community of genetic counselors at Michigan Medicine. Individuals who are highly motivated, self-directed but team-oriented are encouraged to apply.
Master’s degree in genetic counseling is necessary as well as certification or board eligibility as a genetic counselor by the American Board of Medical Genetics. New graduates are also encouraged to apply.
Experience working in a prenatal setting, willingness and comfort in discussing in a non-directive manner the entire range of reproductive options, including pregnancy termination.
Internal Number: 159307
About Michigan Medicine-Fetal Diagnostic Center
The Fetal Diagnostic Center at the University of Michigan has an immediate opening for one full-time Genetic Counselor. Join a high risk prenatal referral center staffed by 9 Maternal Fetal Medicine Specialist in an exciting University setting.