Erica Ramos, MS, CGC
VICE PRESIDENT, MEDICAL & SCIENTIFIC AFFAIRS
Erica develops the company’s strategy, value proposition, and overall approach to population-scale initiatives utilizing genetics and genomics. Prior to joining Genome Medical, Erica focused on developing programs to accelerate the responsible adoption and integration of genomics into preventive care and population health with organizations like Geisinger Health and Illumina. She also practiced as a clinical genetic counselor for 11 years. Erica is a nationally recognized leader in the genetic counseling community, serving as the 2018 President of the National Society of Genetic Counselors and on the All of Us Research Program Advisory Panel. She is also an adjunct professor in the Genetic Counseling Department at Augustana University and shares her enthusiasm for genomics, genetic counseling, and Wisconsin sports on Twitter at @ERamosSD.
Most Recent Publications and Book Chapters
Ancestry DNA Testing: The Many Paths It Uncovers, National Society of Genetic Counselors blog.
Sample of Media Appearances
Genetic Counseling 2.0, Clinical OMICs.
New Trial Attempts to Make Genetic Counseling and Testing More Accessible, Cancer Therapy Advisor.
Rady study documents advances in high-speed genetic diagnosis, The San Diego Union-Tribune
Erica Ramos, The Beagle Has Landed, Podcast
How your genetic makeup impacts your health, The San Diego Reader
Public Awareness of Personalized Medicine Not Growing in Step With Industry, Survey Shows, GenomeWeb
Can Genetic Counselors Keep Up With 23andMe?, The Atlantic
LATEST POSTS BY ERICA
News and Announcements
Genome Medical Selected as Quarterfinalist for Prestigious 2023 Digital Health Awards
Genome Medical is proud to announce its selection as a quarterfinalist for the prestigious Digital Health Awards, presented by the Digital Health Hub Foundation
Fresenius Precision Medicine
How Genetics Can Improve Population Health
Population health can have different definitions depending on whom you ask. This article defines population health clearly, notes the important differences of population health vs public health and explains how genetics can improve population health initiatives.