New!

The world of genetics and genomics changes rapidly! Below are the newest and most recently updated resources available through the Michigan Genetics Resource Center.

New Resources

BRCAn't Stop Me

BRCAn't Stop Me is the nation's first collegiate organization to focus on prevention and early detection of BRCA-related cancers. The group provides a support system for young men and women who carry the BRCA gene mutation, as well as those who have a family history of cancer.

Cancer Plan for Michigan 2016-2020 - Ann Garvin

Cancer Plan for Michigan 2016-2020 - Presentation by Ann Garvin at the MCGA Annual Meeting, April 2016

Cascade Genetic Testing in Families with Lynch Syndrome

PowerPoint presentation by Dr. Elena Stoffel during a webinar hosted by Michigan Cancer Genetics Alliance (MCGA) and MDHHS on January 26, 2016.

Checklist for Administrators

A checklist for school administrators on becoming a MI HEARTSafe school.

MDHHS Cancer Genomics Program

Michigan's Cancer Genomics Program provides information about hereditary cancer syndromes, such as BRCA and Lynch Syndrome. Resources for patients, patient advocates, health care providers, and professionals are available.

MI HEARTSafe School Application

The MI HEARTSafe program encourages schools to prepare and protect students, staff, and visitors in the event of a cardiac emergency. Complete this application to see if you can receive a MI HEARTSafe designation.

MiHEARTSafe School Program FAQ

List of common questions, answers and reminders that may help you better understand the application process and the MI HEARTSafe School Program