Lucie Dupuis

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Lucie Dupuis, M.S.

Lecturer

Address:
Hospital for Sick Children
Div. of Clinical & Metabolic Genetics
555 University Ave.
Toronto, ON, M5G 1X8

Phone #: 416-813-8484


Education:

M.S.:  Brandeis University
M.Sc.:  McGill University
B.Sc.:  Bishop's University

Lucie Dupuis has been a genetic counsellor in the Division of Clinical and Metabolic Genetics at The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) since 1998. She joined SickKids after receiving her master of science in genetic counselling from Brandeis University in 1998. In addition, she received a master of science in biology/human genetics from McGill University in 1996. She has a special interest in paediatric genetics and skeletal dysplasias. She was certified in Genetic Counselling by the American Board of Genetic Counseling in 1999. Lucie is an active member of the The Bone Health Centre at Sickkids which focuses on improving the care of children with generalized bone disorders including osteoporosis, osteopenia, metabolic bone disease and skeletal dysplasias. She is also involved in multiple research studies related to skeletal dysplasias and inherited bone disorders

Bailey Gallinger

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Bailey Gallinger, M.S.

Instructor

Address:
Hospital for Sick Children
Div. of Clinical & Metabolic Genetics
525 University Ave.
Toronto, ON, M5G 1X8

Phone #: 416-813-8597


Education:

M.S.:  Brandeis University
B.A. (Hon.):  Western University
 

Biosketch:

Bailey Gallinger, MSc, CGC received a Master of Science in Genetic Counselling from Brandeis University in 2012, following which she worked in Prenatal and Cancer Genetic Counselling with Integrated Genetics in Miami, Florida. In 2012, she received her certification in Genetic Counselling by the American Board of Genetic Counseling (ABGC).

Bailey joined the division of Clinical and Metabolic Genetics at The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) in 2014. She is
part of the Genetics Urgent Clinic and Cancer Genetics Program. Bailey is also actively engaged in cancer genetics research with a specific interest in pediatric oncology and emerging genetic technologies. She is actively involved in the University of Toronto M.Sc Program in Genetic Counselling as a Lecturer and clinical supervisor. Bailey is a member of the National Society of Genetic Counsellors (NSGC).

Clare Gibbons

Clare Gibbons, M.Sc.

Instructor

Address:
North York General Hospital
Genetics Program 3S3
4001 Leslie St.
Toronto, ON, M2K 1E1

Phone #: 416-756-6788


Education:

M.Sc.:  Sarah Lawrence College
B.Sc.:  University of Alberta

Biosketch:

Clare Gibbons received a Master of Science degree in Genetic Counseling from Sarah Lawrence College in 1996, following which she joined the Genetics Program at North York General Hospital in Toronto. In 1999, she obtained Canadian and American Board certification in genetic counselling. She has served as Central representative, Local Organizing Committee Co-chair, and President (2 terms) of the Canadian Board of Genetic Counsellors. She currently works in a general genetics clinic seeing a wide variety of patients and is a member of the Multidisciplinary Huntington Disease Clinic. She is actively involved in a number Huntington disease related research projects including clinical trials for Huntington disease treatments and a large international observational study. She has previously served on the North York General Ethics Board and has developed an interest in research ethics. Clare is a member of CAGC and ABGC.

Stacy Hewson

Stacy Hewson, M.Sc.

Instructor

Address:
Hospital for Sick Children
Div. of Clinical & Metabolic Genetics
555 University Ave.
Toronto, ON, M5G 1X8

Phone #: 416-813-6373


Education:

M.Sc.:  McGill University
B.Sc.:  University of Western Ontario
 

Biosketch:

Stacy Hewson, M.Sc, MS, CCGC, CGC, received a Master of Science degree in Biology from McGill University in 1996 and a Master of Science degree in genetic counselling from McGill University in 1998. She was certified in Genetic Counselling by the Canadian Association of Genetic Counsellors in 1998 and the American Board of Genetic Counseling in 1999.  She has been a genetic counsellor in the Division of Clinical and Metabolic Genetics since August 2000. Prior to joining the Division, she worked in the Medical Genetics program at The Women's and Children's Hospital of British Columbia for two years.  She has a special interest in metabolic diseases and is actively involved in the University of Toronto MSc Program in Genetic Counselling in both a clinical supervisory and lecturer capacity. Stacy is a member of the NSGC and ABGC.

Ny Hoang

Ny Hoang, M.Sc.

Lecturer

Address:
Hospital for Sick Children
555 University Ave.
Toronto, ON, M5G 1X8

Phone #: 416-813-

Marie Injeyan

Marie Injeyan, M.Sc.

Instructor

Address:
Mount Sinai Hospital
Frances Bloomberg Centre for Women's and Infants' Health
3-707, OPG Building, 700 University Ave
Toronto, ON, M5G 1Z5

Phone #: 416-586-4800 x6424


Education:

M.Sc.:  University of Toronto
B.A. (Hon.):  Queen's University
 

Biosketch:

Marie Injeyan, MSc., CGC, CCGC, graduated from Queen's University in 2007 after completing a medial degree in Biology and Philosophy with an emphasis in clinical bioethics. She received a Masters of Science degree in Genetic Counselling from the University of Toronto in 2009. Marie participated in research and teaching activities at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health prior to joining the Prenatal Diagnosis Unit at Mount Sinai Hospital in 2011. She has a special interest in the areas of psychiatric genetic counselling and caregiver stress reactions, including compassion fatigue. Marie was certified by both the American Board of Genetic Counselors and the Canadian Association of Genetic Counsellors in 2011.

Seema Jamal

Seema Jamal, M.Sc.

Lecturer

Address:
Hospital for Sick Children
Dept. of Paediatric Laboratory Medicine
555 University Ave.
Toronto, ON, M5G 1X8

Phone #: 416-813-7200 x1

Education:

M.Sc.:  University of Toronto
B.Sc.:  McGill University
 

Biosketch:

Seema is a Genetic Counsellor in both the Genome Diagnostics Laboratory and the department of Clinical and Metabolic Genetics at the Hospital for Sick Children. Seema obtained her Master of Genetic Counselling degree at the University of Toronto. Soon after graduation, Seema moved to Boston where she worked in a pediatric genetics clinic, molecular lab, and taught in the Boston University Genetic Counseling program. Prior to moving back to Toronto in 2015, Seema worked as a research genetic counselor where she studied the return of exome and genome results to research participants at the University of Washington.

Amy Kaiser

Amy Kaiser, Ph.D.

Adjunct Professor

Address:
The Clinic on Dupont
101 Dupont St.
Toronto, ON, M5R 1V4

Phone #: 416-966-1692


Education:

Ph.D., M.Ed.:  University of Toronto
M.A.:  Columbia University
B.A.:  McGill University

Regan Klatt

Regan Klatt, M.Sc.

Lecturer

Address:
Hospital for Sick Children
555 University Ave.
Toronto ON M5G 1X8

Phone #: 416-813-6389


Education:

M.Sc. University of Cincinnati
B.Sc. University of Waterloo


Biosketch: 

Regan Klatt, MS, CCGC, CGC, received a Master of Science degree in Medical Genetics from the University of Cincinnati in 2002.  She was certified by the Canadian Association of Genetic Counselling  in 2004 and the American Board of Genetic Counseling in 2005.  She began her career in the Division of Clinical and Metabolic Genetics as a research genetic counsellor coordinating clinical research studies related to Fabry disease.  From 2003 until 2012 she worked with a number of different patient populations including cleft lip and palate, craniofacial, cardiac, and neurogenetic, as well as general paediatric genetics.  She has a special interest in hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia.  Since 2013, she has been a genetic counsellor in the Department of Ophthalmology & Vision Sciences seeing patients with a variety of genetic eye diseases including retinal dystrophy, albinism, Usher syndrome, and retinoblastoma, amongst others.  She is a lecturer and clinical supervisor with the MSc Genetic Counselling Program at the University of Toronto and coordinates a first year course in clinical research methodology.  She is a member of the National Society of Genetic Counselors.