The Epidemiology and Human Genetics Program within the Graduate Program in Life Sciences is looking for potential research rotation and thesis mentors for our incoming class of nine students. This program includes students in three tracks: epidemiology, molecular epidemiology, and human genetics. Please note that during their first 15 months of enrollment, including their research rotation period, students are supported through Graduate Program in Life Sciences funds.

If you are interested in hosting a student for a research rotation or have any questions, please contact Dr. Ann Gruber-Baldini, program director, or Jon Shinnick, academic services specialist.

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