Amy Roberts, MD

Amy Roberts, MD

Director, Cardiovascular Genetics Research Program

Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Harvard Medical School

Medical Services


  • Cardiovascular Genetics
  • Clinical Genetics
  • Noonan Syndrome
  • Cardiology


  • Cardiology
  • Cardiovascular Program
  • Genetics and Genomics
  • Medicine


  • English


  • Cardiovascular Genetics Program
  • Cardiology Outpatient Services
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Amy Roberts, MD

Dr. Roberts is originally from Acton, MA and has been in Boston since 2001 when she joined the Harvard Medical School Genetics Training Program.  

Her philosophy of care is to treat each child as an individual and to understand their needs not only in the context of a genetic diagnosis but also how that influences their school, social, and family life. Dr. Roberts fell in love with the discipline of genetics when she was a pediatrics resident. She feels that this is the most exciting time in medicine to practice as a geneticist, as we have never before available tools to understand the genetic underpinnings of cardiovascular disease. With these new tests though comes increased responsibility to practice responsibly, ethically, and always with the best interest of the child and his or her family foremost in mind.

Experience and Education


Undergraduate Degree

Swarthmore College, 1994

Swarthmore, PA

Medical School

Dartmouth Medical School, 1998

Hanover, NH


University of Massachusetts Medical Center, 1999

Worcester, MA


University of Massachusetts Medical Center, 2001

Worcester, MA


Harvard Medical School Genetics Training Program, 2004

Boston, MA


  • Pediatrics, Medical Genetics

Professional History

Dr. Roberts is trained in both clinical genetics and pediatrics. Her research focuses on genotype phenotype correlations in Noonan syndrome and other Rasopathies and Noonan syndrome gene discovery. She also is interested in genetic causes of congenital heart disease. Dr. Roberts is the Director of the Boston Children’s Hospital Cardiac Gene Project (BCH CGP), a registry and DNA repository for families affected by congenital heart disease. She is the director of clinical cardiovascular genetic research for the department. Her principal clinical activities involve a cardiovascular genetics clinic and inpatient consultation for children with a potential genetic cause of their congenital heart disease. Her interests include Noonan syndrome, CFC syndrome, Williams syndrome, hypoplastic left heart syndrome, 22q11 deletion syndrome and cardiomyopathy.

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