Abby Johnson is a recent graduate from the University of Syracuse, obtaining a Bachelor of Science degree in Neuroscience and Biology. During her studies, Abby received the Robert A. Clark Biotechnology Student Research Award and 1st Place in Undergraduate Neuroscience Research Poster Competition in Spring 2023.
Due to her interest in becoming a genetic counselor, Abby participated in the Columbia University Pre-Genetic Counselor Experiential Practicum where she received meaningful exposure to the practice and art of genetic counseling.
Education and Training
B.S.-Neuroscience & Biology, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY
Titles and Academic Titles
Genetic Counselor Assistant
Departments and Services
Awards and Honors
Renée Crown University Honors
Arts & Sciences Leadership Scholar
Syracuse University Success Scholar
Charles Bishop Summer Fellowship
Robert A. Clark Biotechnology Student Research Award
1st Place in Undergraduate Biology Research Poster Competition
Scientist.com STEM Research NIL Award
1st Place in Undergraduate Neuroscience Research Poster Competition
Outstanding Achievement in Biology Award
Patient Experience Ratings
About the Patient Experience Rating System
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