Friday, April 18, 2014

Fellowship opportunity in Genetics

The University of Wisconsin (UW) cytogenetic Services and Molecular Diagnostics Laboratory at the Wisconsin State laboratory of hygiene and the UW School of medicine and public health, Department of Pediatrics, Division of genetics and metabolism are recruiting candidates for genetic research grants 2 accredited by the American Board of medical genetics (ABMG MEETING).


Deadline for application is 1° may 2014.


Information procedures and implementation of fellowship:http://www.Pediatrics.wisc.edu/Education/Fellowship-programs/Genetics-Metabolism/


This training program is designed to prepare individuals with a doctoral degree (pH. d. or Manfrin) working as a Director of clinical cytogenetics laboratory.


Collaborative research opportunities are available in a variety of subspecialties such genetics and required for the completion of the training.


The scholarship 2-3 year prepares candidates for American Board of medical genetics (ABMG MEETING) General examinations and clinical cytogenetics.


This training program is designed to prepare individuals with a doctoral degree (pH. d. or Manfrin) working as a Director of clinical molecular laboratory.


This is a 2-3 year scholarship offered in partnership with the UW Department of pathology and laboratory medicine and in partnership with PreventionGenetics, Inc. in Marshfield and the blood center of Wisconsin in Milwaukee. This unique relationship with our partner laboratories provides a wide range of clinical molecular testing in State-of-the-art methods and in a variety of environments.


Completion of the program prepares fellows to meet the eligibility criteria for the American Board of medical genetics (ABMG MEETING) Board exam in General genetics and molecular genetics.


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