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Rachel Franciskovich, MS, CGC
Certified Genetic Counselor
|Ohio State University||Masters||Masters of Science in Genetic Counseling||2017|
Rachel Franciskovich is a board certified genetic counselor in the department of Molecular and Human Genetics at Baylor College of Medicine. She is involved in the care of individuals and families in the general genetics outpatient clinic at Texas Children’s Hospital, primarily in The Woodlands. Additionally, she assists with the management and care of individuals in the Smith-Magenis syndrome specialty clinic. Primary clinical duties include: clinical evaluations, genetic testing coordination and selection, disclosure of results and information, and management of clinic flow and coordination.
Rachel enjoys identifying and understanding various clinical and service delivery models. She is an active participant in the PRISMS (Parents and Researchers Interested in Smith-Magenis Syndrome) organization and continues to strive to provide the most comprehensive care to these families, as well as all families impacted by a genetic condition.
Smith Magenis syndrome Rare Diseases
Service Delivery Model Technology Use in Clinical Genetics Educational Techniques in Genetic Counseling
|National Society of Genetic Counselors||Member|
|Texas Society of Genetic Counselors||Member|
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