Michelle Springer, MS, CGC
Instructor, Medicine-Medical Oncology
- Certified Genetic Counselor
Recognition & Awards
Outstanding Clinical Supervisor Award, Association of Genetic Counseling Program Directors
Mucocutaneous Manifestations of Cowden Syndrome: Role of an Oral Diagnostician.
Rosenblum A, Springer M, Eppolito A, Axell L, Mohler L. Homozygous Germline APC p.I1307K Variants: A Case Series. Case Rep Oncol. 2021 Sep-Dec;14(3):1295-1303. PubMed PMID: 34720931
National Socieity of Genetic Counselors (NSGC), Member
American Counseling Association, Member
Colorado Cancer Coalition Genetics Task Force, Member
Collaborative Group of the Americas on Inherited Colorectal Cancer (CGA), Member
- Medical Oncology, Board Certification
American Board of Genetic Counseling, Board Certification
I strike to provide the best patient care for those individuals who are interested in learning more about whether the cancer in the family could be due to an inherited component.
I live in Whitefish Bay, WI with my husband and son. I enjoy hiking and walking with our dogs, playing games, and spending time with family and friends.
I am active in community projects and events in both Denver, CO and Milwaukee, WI. This includes involvement in cancer research and fundraisers, volunteering and support of our local high school and soccer club, and fundraising for animal rescue organizations.
I very much enjoy public speaking and the opportunity to share my passion for the genetic counseling field. This includes lectures within the graduate school, community, and various national scientific organizations.