Amy Mueller joined the Center for Cancer Risk Assessment in 2015. She graduated from the University of Richmond in 2010 with a bachelor of arts in biology and public health. In 2013 she earned her Master’s in Public Health with an emphasis in Health Law, Bioethics and Human Rights at Boston University. She earned a Master’s in Genetic Counseling from Boston University in 2015. As part of the CCRA, she provides risk assessment and genetic counseling services in a variety of cancer predisposition clinics. She also provides genetic counseling in the Neurofibromatosis Clinic for adults and children who have been diagnosed with, or are at risk for, various forms of neurofibromatosis (NF) and schwannomatosis. Her interests include ethical issues in genetics and the impact of genetic testing on public health. She serves on the National Society of Genetic Counselors (NSGC) Public Policy Committee and is a member of the NSGC Ethics Advisory Group.