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Katie Crosby

Associate Director, Patient Engagement

Katie is one of Aceragen’s leads on patient engagement. She has served as a clinical genetic counselor and lysosomal storage disease program coordinator in the Rare Disease Institute at Children’s National Hospital. During her time there, she supported patients through diagnosis and long-term management as well as managed multiple clinical trials, natural history studies and patient registries for lysosomal storage disorders.

She has more than eight years of experience working in clinical care and research for rare diseases. As a board-certified genetic counselor, Katie specializes in supporting patients and families to understand and navigate their genetic diagnoses. She received a bachelor’s in biology from Villanova University and a Master of Science in Genetic Counseling from the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.