• By Aaron Schmidt
  • Posted October 13, 2017

Ambry’s NSGC Research Paves the Way for Future Scientific Discovery, Clinical Practice Enhancements

In our quest to understand all human disease, Ambry employs a team of researchers who investigate topics from every area of genetics research. Throughout her tenure at Ambry, Zoe Powis, MS CGC, Supervisor of Clinical Genomics Research, has contributed much to the broader body of knowledge about the field of genetics. At this year’s National …


  • By Tiffany Au
  • Posted September 6, 2017

Why we Believe in the Power of Patient Voices

At Ambry Genetics, we appreciate our collective tribe of scientists, researchers, and academics who focus on uncovering the ‘how’s and ‘what’s in the world of genetics. However, we also strongly believe that the community within our industry, and their stories, are the why behind what we do. Whether you are a patient, healthcare provider, …


  • By Taylor Leigh
  • Posted August 29, 2017

Ambry's Agenda for an Influential NSGC 2017

August is quickly wrapping up and all of us at Ambry are preparing for the 36th Annual National Society of Genetic Counselors (NSGC) Conference. We are excited to present new research, participate in panels, and display posters – all focused on the importance of evidence-based, quality genetic testing. The Annual NSGC Conference serves as a …


  • By Deepti Babu, MS, CGC
  • Posted June 7, 2017

Improve Patient Care by Reducing Ambiguity in Gene-Disease Relationships

New discoveries are rapidly expanding our understanding of the human genome, and diagnostic laboratories use different approaches to interpret this knowledge. A challenge for laboratories is translating vast amounts of published evidence to determine the clinical validity of gene-disease relationships, which need to be integrated into a patient’s …