The Department of Genetics and Genomic Sciences at the Icahn School of Medicine provides training and translational research opportunities at a world-class institution in New York City. The Department has the commitment and infrastructure to administer a rigorous educational program, and its innovative programs were designed to prepare the next generation of geneticists to meet the many challenges they will face in this rapidly evolving field.
Comprehensive training is provided in multiple specialties including genomics, proteomics, pharmacogenetics, cardiovascular genetics, cancer genetics, metabolic disease and congenital anomalies. The Department also offers a program focused on basic and clinical research, which is supported by more than $15 million in research grants and involves the efforts of more than 100 faculty and staff members.
- Predoctoral Training Program in Developmental Disabilities
- Research Training for Medical Geneticists
- Predoctoral Training Program in Systems and Developmental Biology and Birth Defects