As genetic counselors we believe in the power of human connections to help you and your family derive personal meaning from cancer risk assessments and genetic test results. It is our mission to help you be proactive about your health and thrive.
ERIN BORCHARDT, MS, CGC
Degrees: B.S., University of Wisconsin-Madison; M.S. University of Wisconsin-Madison; C.G.C. Certified Genetic Counselor
Patient Care Philosophy: I strive to help patients and their families understand the cancer genetic counseling and testing process, and allow them to play an active role in decision making. My goal is for every patient to feel supported and have a positive experience.
LAURA BRZESKIEWICZ, MS, CGC, Supervisor
Degrees: B.S., Colorado State University, Fort Collins; M.S., University of Wisconsin, Madison; C.G.C., Certified Genetic Counselor
Patient Care Philosophy: I enjoy working with patients and families to navigate the complex, ever-changing field of cancer genetics and supporting them through their journey.
BRITTNEY GOETSCH, MS, CGC
Degrees: B.S., Colorado State University; M.S., University of North Carolina, Greensboro; C.G.C., Certified Genetic Counselor
Patient Care Philosophy: I am deeply affected by those with hereditary cancer syndromes and channel that energy into empowering and supporting my patients through complex information and important decisions.
COURTNEY LEWIS, MS, CGC
Degrees: B.S., University of South Florida, Tampa, FL; M.S., University of Cincinnati; C.G.C. Certified Genetic Counselor
Patient Care Philosophy: My priority is to provide patients and families with the most current knowledge about hereditary cancer syndromes so they can make informed decisions regarding options for genetic testing as well as understand the implications of their test results. I work as part of a healthcare team to provide guidance regarding medical management considerations for the treatment, early detection, and prevention of certain cancers across the cancer care continuum.
BREANNA A ROSCOW, MS, CGC
Degrees: B.A., University of Colorado, Boulder; M.S., University of Denver Anschutz Medical Campus, Aurora; C.G.C., Certified Genetic Counselor
Patient Care Philosophy: I have a passion for helping patients and families navigate the world of hereditary cancer genetics, with the overall goal of providing information that can empower them to be proactive about their health and treatment decisions.
SAMI DIAB, M.D., MEDICAL ONCOLOGIST, MEDICAL DIRECTOR
Degrees: M.D., Damascus University, Damascus, Syria; Residency, Wayne State University
Patient Care Philosophy: I use state-of-the-art medical treatments to treat cancer and providing emotional, spiritual and social support during patient visits. I believe in keeping an open mind about all issues, being honest and caring at all times, advocating for my patients and involving family and significant others in my patient’s care. Clinical research is a passion of mine and I am focused on offering appropriate trials to patients as well as investigating new treatments. Above all, I treat patients the way I would like to be treated and tailor treatment plans to individual patients.