Bronson Riley, MS, CGC

Originally from McCook, Nebraska, Bronson graduated with a BS and a BA from the University of Nebraska – Lincoln in 1998. Prior to obtaining his Master of Science degree in Genetics at Case Western Reserve University’s School of Medicine, Bronson coordinated clinical research on families with hereditary cancer in the Department of Preventive Medicine at Creighton University Medical Center.

As a board-certified genetic counselor, his responsibilities include providing comprehensive cancer genetic consultations to individuals and families with a history of cancer. This consultation includes documentation of the cancers in the family, risk assessment, interpretation of the information about the hereditary cancer disorder, discussion of screening recommendations, supportive counseling, and incorporation of genetic testing, if needed. In 2010, Bronson was awarded The New Leader Award by the National Association of Genetic Counselors.

Bronson is also the Manager of SNCC’s Research Department where he oversees day-to-day operations and assists the research team to implement quality clinical trials.

“By participating in a clinical trial, patients not only gain access to emerging treatments that could potentially benefit them; they can also take comfort in knowing that they are contributing to the ever-growing knowledge base of oncology.”

– Bronson Riley, MS, CGC
Genetic Counselor & Research Manager