The Center for Medical Genetics (CMG) is one of three divisions within the recently formed Institute for Molecular Medicine, along with the Center for Cancer Research and the Center for Infectious and Inflammatory Diseases. The CMG promotes highly collaborative, interdisciplinary, and translational genetic research for the treatment of disease, promotion of wellness, and the betterment of society. Faculty in the CMG have diverse expertise in areas ranging from mitochondrial and genetic diseases, genome wide association studies and genetic risk assessment, human-microbiome interactions, bacterial genomics, molecular diagnostics, evolutionary and statistical genetics, bioinformatics, and DNA-based forensics. The Center also supports educational activities in the Program in Genetics and Forensic Genetics.
Dr Robert Barber, Dr. Michael Allen, Dr. Ranajit Chakraborty, Dr. Deanna Cross, Dr. Nicole Phillips, Dr. John Planz, Dr. Joseph Warren, Dr. Fan Zhang, and Dr. Yan Zhang
Administrative Support: Deborah Turman
- MS and PhD Programs in Genetics
- Professional MS in Forensic Science
- Tick Testing
- Next Generation DNA Sequencing
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