Asst Prof, Asst Dir Genetic Counseling Program, The Ohio State Universtiy
Jordan Brown is an Assistant Professor at The Ohio State University with appointments in both the Division of Human Genetics and the Division of Bioethics. In her role as Assistant Director of the Genetic Counseling Graduate Program, she oversees development of fieldwork placements, serves a co-course director for both the Foundation in Genetic Counseling and Advanced Genetic Counseling courses, and participates as a thesis advisor. She also has overseen the development the soon to be launched MS/MA genetic counseling/bioethics dual degree program. Clinically, Jordan primarily sees patients in gynecologic oncology. Jordan has a BA in history from George Mason University and received both her MS in genetic counseling and MA in medical humanities and bioethics from Northwestern University. Her current primary research efforts center around developing bioethical perspectives for complex genetic counseling issues ranging from testing minors for hereditary cancer predisposition syndromes to examining the collective professional responsibility and involvement sociopolitical issues, specifically reproductive justice.