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Stef  Alastre Arcusa

Stef Alastre Arcusa, MSPH, CGC

Specialty: Genetics

Program: Genetics

Language(s): English, Spanish

  • Overview

    Stefania graduated from the University of South Florida in the fall of 2017 with a Bachelor of Science in Cell and Molecular Biology, and a minor in Women’s and Gender Studies. She then graduated with a Master of Science in Public Health with a concentration in Genetic Counseling through the University of South Florida’s College of Public Health in the Spring of 2021. Prior to returning to graduate school for her master’s, Stefania worked at the Center for Maternal Fetal Medicine at Winnie Palmer Hospital in Orlando, Florida where she also became a certified interpreter. Stefania is highly passionate about cancer genetics and received the Florida Association of Genetic Counselor’s Research Grant for her thesis project entitled “Evaluation of a Spanish-language Educational Tool for Inherited Cancer”. She was born in Caracas, Venezuela, and after living in five different countries, Stefania has developed a special interest in working with underserved populations. She was recently named Chair of the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee of the Florida Association of Genetic Counselors. She joins the Genetic Risk Assessment Clinic at Moffitt Cancer Center as their first bilingual genetic counselor and is thrilled to be providing cancer genetic services to patients in Spanish.

  • Publications

    • Cragun D, Manso G, Arcusa SA, Zuniga B, Dutil J, Cruz M, Pal T. Piloting a Spanish-Language Web-Based Tool for Hereditary Cancer Genetic Testing. Curr Oncol. 2023 Sep.30(9):8352-8362. Pubmedid: 37754521. Pmcid: PMC10529239.
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