Liesbeth Vossaert

PhD, FACMG
Assistant Clinical Director, NGS/Molecular

Dr. Liesbeth Vossaert serves as an Assistant Clinical Director of NGS / Molecular Genetics at Baylor Genetics. In addition to her role at BG, she is also an Assistant Professor at Baylor College of Medicine (BCM) 

Dr. Vossaert received her bachelor’s and master’s degree in pharmaceutical sciences at Ghent University, Belgium. After earning a PhD in pharmaceutical biotechnology, studying epigenetic signatures in an embryonic stem cell model, Dr.Vossaert moved to the US and joined the laboratory of Dr. Beaudet at BCM as a postdoctoral researcher. Her postdoc project focused on non-invasive prenatal testing based on fetal cells circulating in the maternal blood stream. The next step in Dr. Vossaert’s career was completing the two-year fellowship in Laboratory Genetics & Genomics at BCM, from which she graduated in June 2021. 

After successful conclusion of the LGG fellowship, she obtained her ABMGG LGG board certification and is currently mainly focusing on exome analysis and sign-out in her director role, in addition to carrier screening, Sanger testing and chromosomal microarray sign-out.

Position

Assistant Professor
Molecular and Human Genetics
Baylor College of Medicine
Houston, TX, United States 

Assistant Clinical Director
NGS/Molecular
Baylor Genetics
Houston, TX, United States 

Education

MS from Ghent University
Ghent, Belgium 

BPharm from Ghent University
Ghent, Belgium 

Certifications

Laboratory Genetics & Genomics
American Board of Medical Genetics and Genomics

Liesbeth Vossaert

PhD, FACMG
Assistant Clinical Director, NGS/Molecular

Dr. Liesbeth Vossaert serves as an Assistant Clinical Director of NGS / Molecular Genetics at Baylor Genetics. In addition to her role at BG, she is also an Assistant Professor at Baylor College of Medicine (BCM) 

Dr. Vossaert received her bachelor’s and master’s degree in pharmaceutical sciences at Ghent University, Belgium. After earning a PhD in pharmaceutical biotechnology, studying epigenetic signatures in an embryonic stem cell model, Dr.Vossaert moved to the US and joined the laboratory of Dr. Beaudet at BCM as a postdoctoral researcher. Her postdoc project focused on non-invasive prenatal testing based on fetal cells circulating in the maternal blood stream. The next step in Dr. Vossaert’s career was completing the two-year fellowship in Laboratory Genetics & Genomics at BCM, from which she graduated in June 2021. 

After successful conclusion of the LGG fellowship, she obtained her ABMGG LGG board certification and is currently mainly focusing on exome analysis and sign-out in her director role, in addition to carrier screening, Sanger testing and chromosomal microarray sign-out.

Position

Assistant Professor
Molecular and Human Genetics
Baylor College of Medicine
Houston, TX, United States 

Assistant Clinical Director
NGS/Molecular
Baylor Genetics
Houston, TX, United States 

Education

MS from Ghent University
Ghent, Belgium 

BPharm from Ghent University
Ghent, Belgium 

Certifications

Laboratory Genetics & Genomics
American Board of Medical Genetics and Genomics

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