SC Genetics Conclave

The SC Genetics Conclave was established in 1979 to increase the understanding of developing areas in genetics, to expand awareness by presenting interesting case studies, and to promote communication among the southeastern genetics community. GGC hosts the Conclave each year. Genetic counselors, MD and PhD geneticists, primary care physicians, medical residents, genetics laboratory technologists, maternal-fetal medicine specialists, and other interested medical professionals are invited to attend.

Thanks to all who joined us virtually for the 2020 SC Genetics Conclave: Clinical and Laboratory Approaches to Mitochondrial Disorders!

Recordings of each presentation can be accessed below:

Contact Leta Tribble, PhD at lmt@ggc.org or (864)943-4170 for more information about Conclave or to be added to the mailing list for future Conclave events.

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