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Research Postdoctoral Fellows

The Johns Hopkins university laboratory genetics fellowship programs provide ABMGG-accredited clinical genetics laboratory training in biochemical genetics, cytogenetics, and molecular genetics.

These two-year training programs are open to applicants who hold an MD and/or PhD degrees in human genetics. Prior research experiences in human and medical genetics with strong publication records are preferred.

After a successfully completion of these training programs, trainees are qualified and eligible for the respective ABMGG certifications in clinical biochemical genetics, clinical cytogenetics, and clinical molecular genetics, respectively.

Starting July 1, 2017, cytogenetics and molecular genetics fellowship programs will be replaced by Laboratory Genetics and Genomics (LGG) fellowship following the ABMGG guidelines.