A program that focuses on the scientific study of human genetics from the standpoint of medical applications such as clinical diagnosis, genetic engineering and therapy, transplantation, and the study of genetic diseases and disabilities and their defense. Includes instruction in human molecular genetics; genetic factors causing disease; changes in gene expression during development, differentiation, and pathogenesis; recombinant DNA; gene therapy; clinical genetics; genetic epidemiology; immunogenetics; cytogenetics; and genetics of specific disorders and diseases.
|Rank||School Name||Students||% of Total||Total On-Campus Cost|
|1||University of Cincinnati-Main Campus||13||0%||$27,434|
|3||University of Michigan-Ann Arbor||9||0%||$26,240|
|4||Indiana University-Purdue University-Indianapolis||9||0%||$21,680|
|5||University of Pittsburgh-Pittsburgh Campus||9||0%||$32,126|
|7||University of North Carolina at Greensboro||7||0%||$19,172|
|8||University of South Carolina-Columbia||6||0%||$24,804|
|9||University of Wisconsin-Madison||5||0%||$23,931|
|10||Virginia Commonwealth University||5||0%||$28,297|
|11||University of Washington-Seattle Campus||2||0%||$27,034|
|12||University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center||1||1%||N/A|
|13||George Washington University||1||0%||$61,446|
|14||University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences||1||0%||N/A|
This list indicates the number of students that completed the Human/Medical Genetics program at the schools above.
It is not necessarily an indicator of academic rigor or quality of education.
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