The Professional Science Masters Degree in Health Care Genetics trains scientists and professionals with interdisciplinary competency in human genetics, disease identification, laboratory diagnostics, health care ethics, and regulatory issues in the clinical laboratory.
This degree crosses multiple departments on the Storrs and Health Center campuses and is appropriate for post-baccalaureate students with degrees in the life or clinical sciences who wish to pursue career advancement or opportunities in companies, laboratories, or health centers whose mission is to identify, treat and/or prevent human disease.
For more information and answers to frequently asked questions please visit the Program Website
For More Information Contact:
Judy Brown, PhD, CG, MB (ASCP)
Associate Professor in Residence
Program Director, Health Care Genetics Professional Science Masters
Program Director, Diagnostic Genetic Sciences Program
Co-Director, UConn Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell and Chromosome Core
Phone: (860) 486-6381