Welcome Emilienne & Amy!
Posted on June 29, 2021
We recently welcomed two new staff members to our Clinic team! Learn more about Emi and Amy below and how they will be working with our team at the Clinic.
Emilienne (Emi) joined the Clinic for Special Children in 2021 as a Research Associate. In this role, she will be supporting a number of CSC’s research endeavors, including work on the Phenylketonuria (PKU) and TNNT1 myopathy projects. These projects will provide insights into the rare genetic conditions as she will be involved with prospective natural history studies, clinical trials of gene replacement therapies, and the analysis of vital data.
Learn more about Emi on her staff page HERE.
Amy Albright, MS
Amy joined the Clinic for Special Children in 2021 as a Genetic Counselor. In this role, she will assist in new patient triage and intake, provide genetic counseling services, and manage logistics of the molecular diagnostics service.
Amy received her Master’s of Science degree in Human Genetics and Genetic Counseling from Thomas Jefferson University. She completed her undergraduate studies in biology and psychology at West Chester University. Before joining the Clinic staff full-time, Amy interned at the Clinic in her second year of graduate school. Her graduate thesis project was on Plain community perceptions of the Plain Insight Panel™.
Learn more about Amy on her staff page HERE.