Julie Mak is a genetic counselor who works with patients investigating all types of hereditary cancer, with a special focus on gynecologic cancers. She is a supervisor at the UCSF Hereditary Cancer Clinic.

As an undergraduate at Stanford University, Mak earned a combined degree in biological science and German studies. She then completed a master's degree in neuroscience, with a focus on genetics, at Stanford. She earned a master's degree in genetic counseling from the University of Toronto.

  • Education

    Stanford University, MS, Neurosciences, 1999

    University of Toronto, MS, Genetic Counseling, 2002

  • Board Certifications

    Genetic Counselor, American Board of Genetic Counseling

Facing a genetic legacy can be a challenge as well as an opportunity to own and shape your story. It is an honor to support people on this journey.

Clinics I work with (1)

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Cancer Genetics & Prevention Program

Cancer Genetics & Prevention Program

San Francisco

Where I see patients (2)

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