of Genetics Course
- Human Genetics Course
R. Reeves and A. Feinberg. Year 1, third quarter.
This graduate level course is a research-oriented introduction
to problems in human genetics with emphasis on research papers,
techniques and strategies. Topics for discussion include historical
perspectives, cytogenetics, molecular genetics, inborn errors
of metabolism, immunogenetics, genotype - phenotype interrelationships,
pedigree analysis, population genetics and multifactorial inheritance
including genetic determinants of behavior and cancer.
- Institute of Genetic Medicine Seminars
Weekly on Monday at 4 pm in Meyer 1-191
- Institute of Genetic Medicine Journal Club
Weekly on Wednesday at Noon in PCTB 517
- Introductory Genetics Seminar Course
Weekly in the Summer and Fall on Thursday at Noon in the McKusick
Conference Room-Blalock 10
Knowledge of examples of normal variants and syndromes
including clinical features, inheritance patterns, diagnosis,
prognosis, natural history and frequency in the population.
Competency in probability calculations, clinical genetics issues
and basic concepts of clinical laboratory genetics.
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