Kelsey McClelland is a genetic counselor who cares for patients with conditions affecting metabolism, with an emphasis on errors of metabolism and lysosomal storage diseases (rare inherited disorders that involve missing enzymes). She also coordinates genetic disease screenings for newborns.
McClelland's research focuses on improving treatments and quality of life for patients with rare genetic diseases, particularly those born with metabolic problems.
McClelland received her master of science degree in genetic counseling from California State University, Stanislaus. She completed a fellowship program focused on lysosomal storage diseases at UCSF.
McClelland is a member of the National Society of Genetic Counselors, American Board of Genetic Counseling and American Society of Human Genetics.
CSU Stanislaus, MS, Genetic Counseling , 2014
UCSF, Lysosomal Storage Diseases