Crater Lake

Oregon is known for its tall, dense forests and scenic coastline. Less well known are the deserts and prairies that cover the eastern half of the state. Two north-south mountain ranges – the Cascades and the Pacific Coast Range form the boundaries of the fertile Willamette Valley, one of the most productive agricultural regions in the world. Oregon is the ninth largest state, covering 97,073 square miles. As of 2005, Oregon’s population was estimated at 3,641,056.

Oregon Genetics Resources

Oregon Medical Genetic, Genetic Counseling, and Prenatal Diagnosis Services Oregon

Support Groups and Other Resources for Families

Newborn Screening

Oregon Public Health Genetics Program

For more information about any of the above genetic services or activities in Oregon, please refer to the links in the menu on the left or contact us.

The project is a cooperative agreement funded by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration, Maternal and Child Health Bureau, Children with Special Health Needs Program, Genetic Services Branch.