Wendy R. Uhlmann, M.S., C.G.C.
Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Human Genetics and Department of Internal Medicine
Genetic Counselor / Clinic Coordinator, Medical Genetics Clinic
Genetics policy issues
Genetic counseling and risk communication
Integration of genetics into healthcare
Predictive genetic testing
Ethical issues and genetics
Baker DL, Schuette JL, Uhlmann WR (ed.). A Guide to Genetic Counseling. 1st edition. Wiley-Liss Inc.: New York, 1998.
Uhlmann WR, Schuette JL, Yashar BM (ed.) A Guide to Genetic Counseling 2nd edition. Wiley-Blackwell: New York, NY. July 2009.
Uhlmann, WR, Ginsburg D, Gelehrter TD, Nicholson, J, Petty, EM: Questioning the need for anonymous genetic counseling and testing. Am J Hum Genet 59: 968-970, 1996.
Uhlmann, WR: 1999 Presidential address to the National Society of Genetic Counselors. J Genet Counsel 9: 3-8, 2000.
Uhlmann WR. When Genes Are Decoded, Who Should See the Results? Invited essay, New York Times. Page D7, February 29, 2000.
Guttmacher AE, Jenkins J, Uhlmann WR: Genomic medicine: Who will practice it? A call to open arms. Am J Med Genet Seminars in Medical Genetics 106: 216-222, 2001.
Baker DL, Eash T, Schuette JL, Uhlmann WR: Guidelines for writing patient letters, J Genet Counsel. 11: 399-418, 2002.
Uhlmann WR, Bennett R, Botkin JR, Botstein D, Boughman JA, Chakravarti A, Clayton EW, Kahn J, Koenig B, Murray TH, Olson MV, Rowley J, Terry S, Valle D: Planning the genome institute’s future. Science 299: 1515, 2003.
Uhlmann WR, Guttmacher AE. Key internet genetics resources for the clinician. JAMA. 299:1356-1358, 2008.
Uhlmann WR. Why we need to talk openly about death: The ultimate homework assignment. Newsweek.com, My Turn: Health Triumphs. www.newsweek.com/id/162173.
October 3, 2008.
Wain KE, Uhlmann WR, Heidebrink J, Roberts JS. Living at risk: The sibling’s perspective of early-onset Alzheimer’s disease. J Genet Counsel. J Genet Counsel 18: 239-251, 2009.
Mester J, Trepanier A, Harper C, Rozek L, Yashar BM, Uhlmann WR. Perceptions of licensure: A survey of Michigan genetic counselors. J Genet Counsel. 18; 357-365, 2009.
Uhlmann WR. Invited Commentary. Response to Robert G. Resta Commentary, Unprepared, understaffed, unplanned: Thoughts on the practical implications of discovering new breast and ovarian cancer causing genes. J Genet Counsel. 18; 524-526, 2009.
Uhlmann WR. Commentary. Uhlmann Rejoinder to: Taubman’s “Letter to the Editor.” J Genet Counsel. 19; 419-421, 2010.
Roberts JS, Karlawish JH, Uhlmann WR, Petersen RC, Green RC. Mild cognitive impairment in clinical care: A survey of American Academy of Neurology members. Neurology 75; 425-431, 2010.
Hock KT, Christensen KD, Yashar BM, Roberts JS, Gollust SE, Uhlmann WR. Direct-to-consumer genetic testing: An assessment of genetic counselors’ knowledge and attitudes. Genet Med 13; 325-332, 2011.
Christensen KD, Roberts JS, Uhlmann WR, Green RC. Changes to perceptions of the pros and cons of genetic susceptibility testing after APOE genotyping for Alzheimer’s disease risk. Genet Med. 13; 409-414, 2011.
Kopits IM, Chen C, Roberts JS, Uhlmann W, Green RC. Willingness to pay for genetic testing for Alzheimer’s disease. Genet Test Mol Biomarkers. 2011 Jul 12. [Epub]
Owens KM, Marvin ML, Gelehrter TD, Ruffin MT, Uhlmann WR. Clinical use of the Surgeon General’s “My Family Health Portrait” (MFHP) tool: Opinions of future health care providers. J Genet Counsel. 2011 Oct; 20(5):510-525. 2011 Jun 24 [Epub]