Philip Connors, MS received a BS in Biochemistry from Northeastern University and an M.S. in Genetic Counseling from Boston University School of Medicine in 2014. Prior to joining the BUGC team in 2015, Philip worked in the Cancer Genetics and Prevention Program at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. In this role, he counseled patients for a variety of oncologic diagnoses and gained expertise in next-generation sequencing technology and the implications of gene panel testing. Philip’s clinical interests include genomic sequencing and personalized medicine, public health and public policy, and ethical considerations in genetics and genetic counseling. At Boston Medical Center, Philip is a clinical genetic counselor in the Antenatal Testing Unit, providing prenatal genetic counseling services to patients and their families.
- Boston University School of Medicine, MS
- Northeastern University, BS
- Published on 3/6/2020
Kelley EG, Yarrington CD, Calderwood L, Torrey Sosa L, Connors PD. The importance of personalismo: Navigating obstacles in recruitment strategies for Spanish speakers in marginalized communities. J Genet Couns. 2020 Jun; 29(3):391-398. PMID: 32144873.
- Published on 12/18/2019
Urli J, Connors PD, Channaoui N. Knowledge and opinions of the genetic counseling profession of high school students from underrepresented backgrounds. J Genet Couns. 2020 Apr; 29(2):212-223. PMID: 31850593.
- Published on 3/2/2017
Athens BA, Caldwell SL, Umstead KL, Connors PD, Brenna E, Biesecker BB. A Systematic Review of Randomized Controlled Trials to Assess Outcomes of Genetic Counseling. J Genet Couns. 2017 Oct; 26(5):902-933. PMID: 28255928.
- Published on 11/5/2015
Lewis KL, Hooker GW, Connors PD, Hyams TC, Wright MF, Caldwell S, Biesecker LG, Biesecker BB. Participant use and communication of findings from exome sequencing: a mixed-methods study. Genet Med. 2016 Jun; 18(6):577-83. PMID: 26540156.