Grant Bonesteele, MS, CGC


University of Texas Health Science Center at HoustonMastersMaster of Science in Genetic Counseling2021
University of Colorado BoulderBachelorsBachelor of Arts in Biochemistry2015


As part of the multidisciplinary care team at the Texas Children’s Maternal-Fetal Medicine Services and Texas Children’s Fetal Center, my goal is to connect with families and help them navigate unexpected prenatal diagnoses. I empower patients with the information and support they need so they can make the best decisions for their family.

Clinical Interests: prenatal genetic counseling, complex fetal anomalies, medical ethics, psychosocial counseling

Research Interests: fetal whole exome sequencing, noninvasive prenatal testing

Selected Publications

Grant Bonesteele, J Jay Gargus, Emily Curtin, Mabel Tang, Barry Rosenbloom, Virginia Kimonis. Diffuse large B-cell non-Hodgkin's lymphoma in Gaucher disease. 2020 Oct 21; Pubmed PMID: 33101982


Board Certification

American Board of Genetic Counseling