Dr Amanda Willis
Dr Amanda Willis is a research genetic counsellor with the Kinghorn Centre for Clinical Genomics at the Garvan Institute of Medical Research. Amanda has several years’ experience as a cancer genetic counsellor and has worked in both Australia and the UK. Amanda has also completed a PhD investigating the psychosocial impact of genomic information. Amanda works on the My Research Results platform, which connects research participants with their genetic information. Through this work, Amanda aims to improve health outcomes by enabling research participants to access their genetic information. This includes providing genetic counselling to support decisions about genetic information and enabling people to take action to improve their health.
- 2023Journal of genetic counseling10.1002/jgc4.1803
"Out of the blue": A qualitative study exploring the experiences of women and next of kin receiving unexpected results from BRA-STRAP research gene panel testing.
- 2021Journal of community genetics10.1007/s12687-021-00550-3
Supporting teachers to use genomics as a context in the classroom: an evaluation of learning resources for high school biology.