Patient Outreach, Research, & Education Manager
Caroline earned her MS from Stanford University’s program in Human Genetics and Genetic Counseling. Her undergraduate degree is in Biochemistry from Wheaton College, MA where she was a member of Phi Beta Kappa academic honor society.
As a Genetic Counselor, she has specialized training in medical genetics and patient communication. She has provided genetic counseling to patients in various specialities including cardiology, pediatrics, prenatal, and oncology. Caroline also gained expertise in genetic variant interpretation through a rotation with Invitae Corporation. While at Stanford, she was a member of Dr. Matthew Wheeler’s lab. Her graduate research focus was on the bioethics of returning research results generated in multi-omics studies to individual participants.
She previously worked in the Proteomics Platform of The Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard. There, she was involved with multiple studies examining how protein interaction networks are altered in human disease states. Her work utilized immunoprecipitation and quantitative mass spectrometry techniques to analyze protein-protein interactions.
At Grace Science, she works to identify and support families impacted by NGLY1 Deficiency by leading the outreach efforts. She seeks to build meaningful connections within the vibrant NGLY1 Deficiency community and help push research forward towards a cure.