Overview of Programs
The Stanford Medical Genetics Training Program has ABMG accredited training in Clinical Biochemical Genetics. Currently, we do not have the recently announced ABMGG merged cytogenetics and molecular program now called, "Laboratory Genetics and Genomics".
The fellowship program seeks to attract physicans and scientists of diverse backgrounds and experience interested in pursuing careers in medical genetics. The fellowship is open to holders of M.D. and Ph.D. degrees. Fellows must be eligible to work in the United States.
How to Apply
Potential applicants can email the respective contacts below for information on the current availability of each training position and the application process
Materials required for application are:
- Three letters of reference
- A short essay (up to 1 page) describing motivation for training and career goals
Gregory M. Enns, MB, ChB
Tina Cowan, PhD
Laboratory Training Directors
Stanford Medical Genetics Training Program
300 Pasteur Dr., H-315
Stanford, CA 94305-5208
Clinical Molecular Genetics - Zehnder@stanford.edu
Clinical Cytogenetics - ACherry@stanfordhealthcare.org
Clinical Biochemical Genetics - email@example.com
Stanford Area Housing
Information of housing near the medical center is available through the Stanford Community Housing Services site.