Genetics; neuromuscular conditions; pediatric oncology; molecular diagnostics

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Genetics, Hereditary Cancer, Hereditary Cancer Program

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Comparison of genetic testing documentation between genetic counselors and non-genetic counselors. Feldman, J; Bhimarao Nagaraj, C; Collins, K; Wakefield, E; He, H; Myers, M; Wusik, K. Journal of Genetic Counseling. 2023; 32:635-645.

Identification of Biallelic dystrophin gene variants during maternal carrier testing for Becker muscular dystrophy and review of the DMD exon 49-51 deletion phenotype. Ulm, EA; Nagaraj, CB; Tian, C; Smolarek, TA. Molecular Genetics and Genomic Medicine. 2023; 11:e2088.

Understanding and interpretation of a variant of uncertain significance (VUS) genetic test result by pediatric providers who do not specialize in genetics. Menke, C; Nagaraj, CB; Dawson, B; He, H; Tawde, S; Wakefield, EG. Journal of Genetic Counseling. 2021; 30:1559-1569.

Adverse Events in Genetic Testing: The Fourth Case Series. Farmer, MB; Bonadies, DC; Mahon, SM; Baker, MJ; Ghate, SM; Munro, C; Nagaraj, CB; Besser, AG; Bui, K; Csuy, CM; Sebastian, J; Sternen, DL; Walsh, LK; Matloff, ET. The Cancer Journal. 2019; 25:231-236.

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