Genetic Counseling Training Program Fall Virtual Open House

    Thursday, October 14, 2021 at 7:00 PM until 8:30 PMEastern Daylight Time

    The Master of Science degree in Genetic Counseling is a two-year academic program comprised of didactic coursework, laboratory exposure, research experience and extensive clinical training.

    The mission of the Genetic Counseling Training Program is to prepare students with the appropriate knowledge and experiences to function as competent and empathetic genetic counselors in a wide range of settings and roles. With unprecedented advances in our understanding of the genetic and molecular control of gene expression and development, and in our ability to apply this knowledge clinically, the program strives to train students who can interface between patients, clinicians, and molecular and human geneticists.

    Join us to learn about our program, meet our faculty, and ask any questions! If you are considering applying to CWRU, please join us - we are excited to meet you!

    Apply by December 15th

     
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