Andrew McCarty, MS, CGC
Education: B.S., Microbiology, University of Pittsburgh, 2012. MSGC., Genetic Counseling, Arcadia University, 2015. Public Health Genetics and Precision Medicine Fellow, 2019.
Areas of Expertise: Neurogenetics, Pediatrics, Pharmacogenomics, Cardiogenetics
Affiliations and Disclosures: Perkin Elmer Genomics Laboratory
Biography: Andrew earned his master’s degree in Genetic Counseling at Arcadia University and his current primary role is as a laboratory genetic counselor at Perkin Elmer Genomics. Andrew also operates a private practice based out of Pittsburgh called Clover Genetics working to improve access to genetic services. Andrew’s areas of genetics expertise include neurogenetics, immunology, and over half a decade of experience within a pediatric hospital. In addition Andrew has an interest in helping individuals with carrier testing and psychiatric genetics. Andrew is a member of the National Society of Genetic Counselors and has a passion for providing genetic education to healthcare providers, students, and individuals seeking care. Andrew holds a genetic counselor license in PA.
- Web published on ThinkGenetic regarding rare genetic disorders.
- Farmer MB, Bonadies DC, Mahon SM, et al. Adverse Events in Genetic Testing: The Fourth Case Series. Cancer J. 2019;25(4):231-236.
- McCarty AJ, Miller JM, Fecteau H, Pennington JW, Kessler L. Utilization of the Tablet Application Proband in Pedigree Construction and Assessment. J Genet Couns. 2018;27(2):406-415.
- Ginsberg MR, McCarty AJ, Lacomis D, Abdel-Hamid HZ. Duchenne muscular dystrophy caused by a novel deep intronic DMD mutation. Muscle Nerve. 2018;57(6):E136-E138.