Jessica Hartley (she/her) is the program director for the Master of Science in Genetic Counselling Program and an assistant professor of biochemistry and medical genetics at the Max Rady College of Medicine, Faculty of Health Sciences.
Hartley received a master of science in genetic counselling from Northwestern University in 2008. She is an American Board of Genetic Counseling (ABGC) certified genetic counsellor with clinical experience in metabolism, newborn screening, cystic fibrosis and neurogenetics.
In her current role she is responsible for curriculum development, advocacy, teaching and oversight of clinical rotations and thesis projects for students within the Manitoba Master of Science in Genetic Counselling Program.
- Master of Science in Genetic Counselling, Northwestern University
- Bachelor of Science (honours) in Molecular Biology and Genetics, University of Guelph
- Martha Donovan Women Leadership Award, Winnipeg Foundation (2021)
- Audrey Heimler Special Projects Award, National Society of Genetic Counsellors (2019)
- Professional Practice, Innovation and Advocacy Leadership Award, Canadian Association of Genetic Counsellors (2017)
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