In this issue of eFISH, we’re happy to recognise two US-based organisations that support and promote the cytogenomics and molecular community. Our interview with Erica Phillips includes recent news from AGT (the Association of Genetic Technologists) and FGT (the Foundation for Genetic Technology), including upcoming educational and professional events.
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News from the field: Meet Erica Phillips, CG (ASCP), Clinical Cytogenetics Supervisor, Duke University Health System
In addition to her role as Cytogenetic Supervisor at Duke University Health System, Erica serves as the FGT secretary and FGT Southeast Regional Genetics Meeting (SERG) coordinator.
Together, AGT and FGT promote services that enhance recognition of the genetics profession.
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