About Kiley Delgado, MS, LCGC

Ms. Delgado joined the Center for Cancer Risk Assessment in 2018. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in chemical engineering with a minor in biology from Northeastern University. She worked in pharmaceutical research prior to earning her Master of Science degree in genetic counseling from Brandeis University. After graduate school, she worked as a prenatal genetic counselor at Massachusetts General Hospital for seven and a half years. As a prenatal counselor, she provided risk assessment and genetic counseling services to pregnant women with a wide variety of indications. Before joining the CCRA, she was a cancer genetic counselor at Lahey Medical Center for two years. At the CCRA, Ms. Delgado provides risk assessment and genetic counseling services in both the Breast/Ovarian and GI Cancer Genetics clinics. In addition, Ms. Delgado provides genetic counseling in the Neuro-Oncology Genetics clinic for adults and children who have been diagnosed with, or are at risk for, various forms of neurofibromatosis and schwannomatosis. Ms. Delgado has a love for teaching and a particular interest in the overlap between cancer and prenatal genetic counseling.

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