MONDAY, July 30, 2012 -- 3:30 pm PST/6:30 pm EST
Jody Goldstein received her B.S. in Biology from the University of California, San Diego (UCSD). For the last 10 years, Jody has served as the coordinator for the UCSD Huntington’s Disease Clinical Research Center (HDCRC), Genetically Handicapped Persons Program, Mini-Residency Program, Genetic Testing and Counseling Program and is a facilitator for the San Diego Huntington’s Disease Support Group. She has been recognized nationally with appointments to numerous committees, including the Huntington’s Study Group Executive Committee. Jody has served as Study Coordinator for more than 18 Huntington’s disease (HD) clinical studies. She has 21 publications in peer reviewed journals and numerous abstracts from professional meetings.
Jody has been involved with providing educational in-services throughout community, introducing HD to those little or no previous knowledge of caring for individuals with HD, its genetic susceptibility, its clinical presentation, or its treatment. Jody is bilingual and has worked closely with the local Hispanic HD community.
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