Ambry Genetics supports ongoing clinician education and data sharing, to help promote scientific discoveries that help improve patient management and care. Continuing education credits may be received for many of our webinars, when they are viewed live.

With this in mind, Ambry is excited to share several educational material options with our colleagues.

Upcoming Webinars

ExomeNext: An evidence-based approach to the right diagnosis

Date: Tuesday, June 27th, 2017
Time: 10-11am PST
Presenters: Kelly D. F. Hagman, MS, CGC and Erica Smith, PhD

Past Webinars


Genetic Counseling and Testing: Your Questions Answered!

Date and Time: Tue, Apr 18, 2017 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EDT
Co-organizers: Alex Job, Benjamin Feldman, Bridget Tenhundfeld, David Pfeifer, Lynn Johnson, William Shiflett
Panelists: Erin Miller (Erin.Miller@cchmc.org)

What does one do with about those pesky VUSs? Ambry’s Translational Genomics Lab brings new understanding to Variants of Unknown Significance (VUS)

Presenter: Rachid Karam, MD, PhD
Moderator: Laura Panos, MS, CGC
Date: April 12th, 2017
Time: 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM PDT


Inherited Arrhythmias Webinar 3-Part Series

  • Part 1 - Complete: Click below to view webinar recording
    Inherited Arrhythmias Webinar Series
    - Bettina Francesca Cuneo, MD
    - Teresa Caldwell Harper, MD
    - Robin Jenkins, Pediatric Nurse
    - Julia Wynn, MS, CGC
    Date: August 3rd, 2016
  • Mastering Cardiogenetics Webinar Series
    Here is an outline of the series:
    1. Introduction to cardiovascular genetics
      – Brittney Murray, MS, CGC
    2. Inherited arrhythmias
      – Erin Miller, MS, CGC
    3. Inherited cardiomyopathies
      – Brittney Murray, MS, CGC
    4. Thoracic aortic aneurysms and dissections
      – Christina Rigelsky, MS, CGC
    5. Familial hypercholesterolemia
      – Amy Sturm, MS, CGC
    6. Cardio genetic testing: incorporating and applying results
      – Amy Sturm, MS, CGC, and Erin Miller, MS, CGC



The goal is to empower families by providing a review current research, medical advancements and review of recent literature on Autism Spectrum Disorders. 
To help answer the basic questions so many parents face: how, why and what can be done now?
    Date: Wednesday, September 12, 2012
    Duration: 1 hour