The MSRGN Genetic Navigator program is an initiative to help families navigate the genetic services system in their state of residence.
In March 2021, 8 genetic navigators were selected, 1 per each of the 8 states in the MSRGN region, and are completing 8 training modules on various aspects of genetic navigation. Upon completion of this training, these 8 genetic navigators will be available by email to connect with families and assist them on their genetics journey. The genetics navigator role is a stipend-funded opportunity for individuals or their family members impacted by genetic conditions who have navigated the genetic services system in their home state. Currently, this program is only open to individuals in the Mountain States Region States of Arizona, Colorado, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas, Utah, and Wyoming.
Meet our Genetic Navigators and read about their backgrounds here.
If you or a loved one needs help Navigating Genetics in the Mountain State Region, please contact us here.