Registered Genetic Counsellor
Gaya graduated with an Honours BSc degree in Children’s Nursing in 2002 and went on to complete her MSc in Genetic Counselling at Manchester University. Gaya gained registration through the Genetic Counselling Registration Board in 2009 and has worked in the Clinical Genetics Department at St George’s University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust for the past seven years. With an interest in clinical research she helped developed and operationalise the pathway for patient recruitment into the rare disease arm of the ground-breaking 100,000 Genomes Project. She is passionate about providing high quality, culturally competent delivery of care with a strong commitment to improving equitable access and uptake of cancer genetics services for Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic patients within our South West Thames Region.
Cancer genetics secretaries