Nathalie Bolduc

last updated 7/5/2018

Nathalie Bolduc

Director, Clinical Genetics and Genetic Counsellor at BIOGENIQ INC

Location:
4105-G boul Matte, Brossard, Quebec, Canada
Company:
BIOGENIQ INC
HQ Phone:
(514) 317-2240

General Information

Experience

President - Canadian Association of Genetic Counsellors

President - Quebec Association of Genetic Counsellors

Education

master degreeMcGill University

Recent News  

Genetic sequencing gets personal: Who owns your DNA? (Public Forum) | Science & Policy Exchange

(20 min) Nathalie Bolduc, genetic counsellor with BiogeniQ, describes what you can learn from personal genetics testing for heritage or disease, and reasons why you should do it;
Nathalie Bolduc: Nathalie Bolduc is currently the Director of Clinical Genetics for BiogeniQ. She was the president of the Quebec Association of Genetic Counsellors from 2007 to 2013 and is the current President of the Canadian Association of Genetic Counsellors. Nathalie Bolduc Director, Clinical Genetics / Genetic Counsellor at BiogeniQ Nathalie received her master degree in genetic counselling from McGill University. Throughout her practice, she has worked in several settings from research, clinical to industry. Her clinical experience includes cancer genetics, prenatal diagnosis and general genetics. For several years, she was the point person for genetic services and predictive testing for Huntington disease in the province of Quebec. She is currently the Director of Clinical Genetics for BiogeniQ. She was the president of the Quebec Association of Genetic Counsellors from 2007 to 2013 and is the current President of the Canadian Association of Genetic Counsellors.

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Previous Events | Science & Policy Exchange

(20 min) Nathalie Bolduc, genetic counsellor with BiogeniQ, describes what you can learn from personal genetics testing for heritage or disease, and reasons why you should do it;

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http://www.cfjctoday.com/article/559234/boy-mystery-broken-bones-has-gene-abnormality-linked-pain-insensitivity

Nathalie Bolduc, president of the Canadian Association of Genetic Counsellors, said it's common for parents of children with rare genetic disorders to be in a "diagnostic odyssey" for many years, especially those who live in a rural area.
"Unfortunately, it's not unusual," she said.

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