Cancer Genetic Counselor; Professor, Division of Human Genetics, Department of Internal Medicine
Clinical Cancer Genetics
Lynch syndrome (Hereditary Colon and Uterine Cancer
Ms. Hampel has been a cancer genetic counselor since 1995 and is a faculty member in the Division of Human Genetics. Her clinical duties include providing comprehensive cancer genetic consultations to individuals and families with a history of cancer. Cancer Genetic consultation requires tremendous documentation of cancers in the family, risk assessment, screening recommendations, and incorporation of genetic testing as necessary. Over 400 individuals/families are seen each year in the Clinical Cancer Genetics clinic. To schedule an appointment, call 614-293-6694 or toll free at 1-888-329-1654. Click here to request appointment online.
Ms. Hampel's research interests include screening all colorectal and endometrial cancer patients for Lynch syndrome, the American Founder Mutation (exon 1-6 deletion in MSH2) as a cause of Lynch syndrome, and the etiology of MSI-negative familial colorectal cancers. Ms. Hampel is currently serving a 5 year term on the American Board of Genetic Counselors (ABGC) and has been elected to serve as the President of ABGC for 2009.
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BS, Molecular Genetics, The Ohio State University, 1993
MS, Human Genetics, Sarah Lawrence College, New York, 1995