Logan B. Karns, MS, CGC

Logan B. Karns, MS, CGC

Logan Karris,

I have been a prenatal genetic counselor at UVA for the past 18 years. Prior to that time I lived in the Bay Area of San Francisco. Most of the patients I see are pregnant or contemplating a pregnancy. In addition to my clinical work, I have an interest in teaching, research and biomedical ethics.

 

Specialty ~
Genetic Counseling

Sub - Specialty ~
Biomedical Ethics

Special Expertise ~
Prenatal Genetic counseling, Biomedical Ethics

Awards ~
2010 - Master Genetic Counselor Project - Master Genetic Counselor, Jane Engelberg Memorial Fellowship, National Society of Genetic Counselors

2004 - National Society of Genetic Counselors, Audrey Heimler Special Project Fund Award Co-Recipient - Title: Ethics in Genetic Counseling: Development of the 2nd Edition – An Ethics Casebook for Genetic Counselors

Education ~
1981 - BS, Biology, Mary Washington College
1989 - MS, Genetic Counseling, University of California, Berkeley

Certification ~
1990 - American Board of Medical Genetics
1993 - American Board of Genetic Counseling

Research ~
Co-Investigator: Fragile X Premutations Among Women Diagnosed with Diminished Ovarian Reserve

Principle Investigator, Ethical Training for Genetic Counselors: A Need’s Assessment

Co-Investigator Fragile X Premutation Tests: Qualitative Study of Infertile Carriers/Partners