The Division of Medical Genetics and Genomic Medicine provides pre-doctoral training in our T32 Training Program. We also provide post-doctoral training through the following programs:
- ACGME accredited Medical Genetics Residency: Broad training and research opportunities in all major areas of genetics that are clinically pertinent. This is a two-year program that meets the requirements of the ACGME.
- ABMG accredited Clinical Molecular Genetics Training: Broad training in molecular genetics and opportunities to develop research skills. This is also a two-year program that meets the requirements of the ABMG.
- Post-doctoral Research Fellowship: A grant-driven program that includes selected faculty from the Division of Genetics. Mentors have worked with Post-doctoral Fellows on Endocrinology, Cardiology, Hematology, and other training grants.
Learn about this rotation designed to expose residents to the evaluation, diagnosis and treatment of genetic disorders.
The division also provides clinical training for Genetic Counseling students in accredited ABGC master's degree programs.
For more information on our training programs, visit the American Society of Human Genetics Training Program Web site.