The Human Genome holds clues to health, illness, behavior and emotion. These clues are often not easily understood, and many remain to be discovered. Education, Research and Clinical Care are key missions of the Emory Department of Human Genetics. We take seriously our responsibility to train the next generation of genetic professionals and to teach and facilitate an understanding of all things genetic. Our involvement occurs across multiple levels.
Human Genetics for Graduate Students
Our faculty mentor graduate students from the programs of the Graduate Division of Biological and Biomedical Sciences (GDBBS). We also offer a core course in Human Genetics for the Genetics and Molecular Biology program (IBS 746), a core course for the Population Biology, Ecology, and Evolution program, and other elective courses.
Medical Genetics and Genomics for Physicians and Medical Students
Programs are offered at various levels of medical training. Please click on the listed programs for more detailed information.
Clinical Genetics Laboratory Fellowships
Genetic Counseling Training Program
We offer a Master of Medical Science degree program in Human Genetics and Genetic Counseling which is fully accredited by the Accreditation Council for Genetic Counseling. Click here for more information on the Emory Genetic Counseling Training Program.
Human Genetics and Nutrition
We offer Training in Human Genetics and Nutrition for Laney Graduate School Post-Doctoral Students, Post-Masters Students, GDBBS PhD Nutrition Students, Dietetic Interns, Rollins MPH Students, and Visiting Faculty & Scholars. We also offer an online continuing education series Electronic Genetic Nutrition Academy (eGNA) [https://egna.net] for metabolic dietitians and healthcare professionals working in the field of inherited metabolic disorders. Contact Rosalynn Borlaza Blair (Senior Program Coordinator) at email@example.com for more information.