Ms Stephanie Burcher
Telephone: 020 8725 1688
Stephanie completed her BSc majoring in Neuroscience and Diploma for Graduates endorsed in Genetics at the University of Otago, New Zealand in 2010. She graduated from the University of Sydney with a Masters in Genetic Counselling in 2012, and then worked at Royal North Shore Hospital in Sydney for over three years. Stephanie began working at St George’s Hospital in June 2016, where she has a special interest in Cancer and Cardiac Genetics.
Selected Publications and Posters
Case series of hereditary breast and ovarian cancer (HBOC) families with large BRCA1 gene deletions of 17 or more exons at a Regional Genetics Centre. 2017. Stephanie Burcher, Jessica Bailey, Ayaovi Hadonou, Kelly Kohut, Dr Helen Hanson, and Dr Katie Snape
Group education seminars for women at low to moderate risk for breast cancer: an evaluation of a service delivery model. 2016. Ashley Crook, Sally Brescianini, Kate Dunlop, Mathilda Wilding, Stephanie Burcher, Mike Field
Cardiac health professionals’ attitudes towards genetic testing for hereditary causes of cardiovascular disease. 2014. S. Burcher*, Y. Berman, L. Burnett, A. Proos,R. Clifton-Bligh, T. Dwight
Burcher S*, Meiser B*, Mitchell G, Saunders C, Rahman B, Tucker K, Barlow-Stewart K, Watts K and Gleeson M, Kirk J. *joint first authors. 2013. Oncology health professionals’ attitudes towards treatment-focused genetic testing for women newly diagnosed with breast cancer. Personalised Medicine 2013;10(5):431-440
Oncology Health Professionals’ Attitudes towards Treatment-Focused Genetic Testing. 2012. S. Burcher , B. Meiser, K. Barlow-Stewart, B. Rahmam, G. Mitchell, C. Saunders, K. Tucker. HGSA student poster prize 2012.