Genomics extends beyond the lab and the clinic. Our professional development opportunities help to empower educators, policymakers, and healthcare providers to broaden the impact of genomics in their fields.
The JHU/NIH Genetic Counseling Training Program addresses the growing need for genetic counseling services.
The Genetics Education and Engagement Fellowship supports genetics professionals transitioning to careers in genetics education and public engagement.
The Genetics and Public Policy Fellowship gives genetics professionals an opportunity to contribute to the policy-making process.
This Summit is a 5-year initiative (2016-2020) designed to help developing nations build and expand their knowledge base, infrastructure, systems, research efforts and technologies in human genetics and genomics.
The Short Course in Genomics offers educators a chance to hear lectures and receive teaching resources from leading researchers, clinicians and staff.
This track offers participants the opportunity to learn best practices from leaders in genomics education and practice for health professionals.
The National Institutes of Health seeks qualified physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners and genetic counselors interested in acquiring credentials and experience to lead genomics research and implementation programs.
Last updated: July 25, 2020