The Connecticut Genetic Counselors' Association is now accepting members
Thank you for visiting Connecticut’s first statewide association for genetics professionals. The Connecticut Genetic Counselors’ Association (CTGCA) was founded to provide peer support and facilitate communication among CT genetic counselors to enhance professional growth and visibility in our state. We aim to foster collaboration in order to improve genetic counseling services as part of overall genetic health care in CT. We also seek to champion clinical, research, policy, advocacy, and educational efforts related to genetic counseling services in CT. If you are a genetics professional, we hope that you will join the CTGCA and create a network of support and resources for the Connecticut community.
What is CTGCA?
The Connecticut Genetic Counselors’ Association (CTGCA) is a not-for-profit statewide genetic counselors’ association with a mission to foster, support, and strengthen the community of genetic professionals, in the common pursuit of improving clinical genetics and genomics care, within the state of CT.
Upcoming Regional Events
CTGCA Social Event and Genetic Counselor for a Day
May 25, 2022
Please join CTGCA for a social event!

Wednesday, May 25th from 5PM-6:30PM
The Jackson Laboratory For Genomic Medicine
10 Discovery Drive
Farmington, CT 06032

We are looking forward to meeting you, sharing information about the organization,
how to get involved and upcoming events!
This is a great opportunity to connect with the CT genetic counseling community.

Light refreshments will be provided

Spread the word! Pass on this email to your genetic counseling colleagues.

Please RSVP at [email protected]

Hosted by CTGCA BOD and The Jackson Laboratory


May 20, 2022
Are you curious about the genetic counseling field or interested in pursuing a career as a genetic counselor?

Join Yale New Haven Health for the third annual (free!) Genetic Counselor for a Day virtual webinar on Friday, May 20th, from 12:30-4:00pm EST to learn more about this exciting profession.
CTGCA is thankful to The Jackson Laboratory (JAX) for its support as a founding partner to help establish CTGCA. We would like to recognize JAX for our critical partnership in our shared quest to empower the biomedical community and improve clinical genetic and genomics care across the state of Connecticut.