welcome to oneFAPvoice- a positively charged Familial Adenomatous Polyposis community.
- join today!
Rachael Brandt, BS, MS, PhD
Patient Support Professional
Cancer Risk Assessment and Genetics Program
Main Line Health Lankenau and Bryn Mawr Hospitals
Wynnewood, Pennsylvania, United States
Rachael Brandt is a certified genetic counselor and the coordinator of the Cancer Risk Assessment and Genetics Program for Main Line Health Lankenau and Bryn Mawr Hospitals.
Rachael is dedicated to supporting women and families at risk for hereditary breast cancer. To this end, she founded a face-to-face networking group for women with BRCA1 or BRCA2 mutations called AWARE (Answers for Women At Risk will Empower).
Education: Graduation, B.S. in biology from Davidson College; M.S. in genetic counseling from Arcadia University; Pursued Ph.D. in counseling from the George Washington University.
expertly curated content related to this topic
Dee HenschelDee Henschel is a FAP previvor, proud mo...
Anil K. Rustgi, MDDr. Anil K. Rustgi serves as director of...
Cecelia A. Bellcross, PhD, MSFollowing three years of teaching high s...
Familial Adenomatous Polyposis in Pediatrics: Natural History, Emerging Surveillance and Management Protocols, Chemo...Familial adenomatous polyposis (FAP) is ...
Sherry C. Huang, MDSherry C. Huang is a board-certified ped...
Susie R. Ball, MSSusie has been a generalist genetic coun...
Washtenaw County Man with Rare Genetic Disease Helps Others in Similar SituationImagine the fear and disappointment to l...