As reported in Mitzpeh, the University of Maryland Independent Jewish Newspaper
By Elizabeth Tabbouche
On Sunday, Nov. 15, a virtual panel of genetic counselors presented to over fifty students about the importance of genetic testing and counseling in an event that spread awareness and educated the Jewish community and people of all ethnicities.
Organized by Gabi Frohlich, a Jewish junior family science major, the event was a “double-header” geared toward students interested in genetics as well as personal screening. Frohlich, who said that the family unit is where everything starts,” is passionate about spreading awareness regarding genetic screening and familial history. (Click to read more: