Research faculty cover most areas of Human and Medical Genetics and modern
molecular biology. Fifteen members of our faculty are Diplomats of the
American Board of Medical Genetics. Six are members of the National Academy
The program is designed to train individuals for academic careers in
human and medical genetics. The philosophy of the program is to use
the most advanced concepts and techniques of genetics and cellular/molecular
biology in the elucidation of problems in human and medical genetics.
Research as well as clinical competence is stressed. Research activities
span a wide spectrum of topics in basic and clinical human genetics.
Funded training positions are available.
Genetic Medicine Clinic
The Medical Genetics Counseling and Diagnostic Center has specialists with training in numerous areas of Medical Genetics.
The University of Washington is recruiting for one (1) full-time faculty position at the Assistant, Associate Professor, or Professor level in the Division of Medical Genetics, Department of Medicine. This position is with tenure/tenure-track or without tenure due to funding, depending on qualifications.
Successful candidates for this regular track position will have an M.D./Ph.D. or M.D. degree (or equivalent), clinical expertise in genetics, and will be expected to carry out a research program in translational genetics/genomics.
Email CV to:
Medical Genetics Faculty Search
c/o Sara Eisner
5th Annual Arno and Gretal Motulsky Lecture Friday, October 4th 2013, 3:30pm Foege Auditorium, S-060 "Some You Win, Some You Lose: Tales From a Career in Gene Discovery" Jeffrey C. Murray, MD Professor, Departments of Pediatrics, Epidemiology and Biological Sciences University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine
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Dr. George Stamatoyannopoulos is senior author of the publication in Nature Communications.Nature Communications | Nature News | UW Today | Discover Magazine | NBC News
Gail Jarvik, head of the Division of Medical Genetics, is PI of a new grant to develop techniques for translating the products of gene sequencing into patient care. The National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) and the National Cancer Institute will provide the UW project with $2.3 million for each of 4 years. The project is part of a broad initiative by the NHGRI to carry forward the knowledge acquired through the monumental Human Genome Project and advance its application to clinical medicine. Read More..