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  • Careers In Clinical Molecular Genetics

    Each of us carries 10 to 15 "mistakes" in our personal genetic code. Though most of us are blissfully ignorant of our genetic flaws, these typos in our DNA may determine whether we have children, develop colon cancer, or end up with Alzheimer's.

  • Career Profile: Genetic Counselor

    I chose to become a genetic counselor because I loved genetics and wanted a career combining the life and social sciences.

  • A Working Life: The Geneticist

    Joe Rainger might still have been a chef, but for a degree change that took him out of the kitchen and plunged him into a world of DNA research.

  • How To Become A Plant Geneticist: Career Guide

    To become a plant geneticist you need a combination of having an interest in plant biology, research experience, laboratory experience and training and an advanced education.

  • How To Become A Geneticist: Career Path Guide

    If you want to become a geneticist, you first need to determine if this career path is a good fit for you. If the following description sounds like you, then you’re probably well suited for a career as a geneticist...

  • Geneticist Salary

    As is the case with most occupations, the salary of a geneticist is determined by a lot of factors. This includes the education of the individual, the location, experience, job profile, etc.

  • Responsibilities Of A Clinical Geneticist

    Clinical genetics is a branch of medicine that deals with hereditary genetic disorders. These include chromosome abnormalities that can lead to birth defects, gene disorders such as cystic fibrosis, and familial cancer.

  • What Is A Pediatric Geneticist?

    Pediatric geneticists are trained to identify the causes and natural history of disorders in children.