Please join us for the Department of Human Genetics Annual Postdoctoral Symposium, Tuesday, March 28 starting at 1:30PM. The attached flyer provides detailed information. Please share this with your colleagues.
DHG’s own Dr. Donna Martin was among this outstanding group of scholars and was elected for distinguished contributions to the field of developmental neuroscience, particularly for modeling epigenetic disorders to treat human disease. Congratulations Donna, this is a wonderful and well-deserved honor!
All department members are invited to attend a DHG Townhall on Thursday, January 5, 2023 at 4pm in the ABC Seminar rooms, BSRB . The results of the internal DHG Climate Survey will be shared at this department-wide event.
Please save the date to attend this important meeting!
Wendy R. Uhlmann, MS, CGC (Clinical Professor of Internal Medicine and Human Genetics) will be moderating a panel of experts during a Webinar on Clinical Genomics organized by the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy.
Regents of the University of Michigan have appointed Dr. Stephanie Bielas (Associate Professor of Human Genetics and Associate Professor of Pediatrics) as the Morton S. and Henrietta K. Sellner Professor of Human Genetics!
Dr. Camper's Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism paper, Comprehensive identification of pathogenic gene variants in patients with neuroendocrine disorders, was chosen for the Endocrine Society Thematic Issue on
You are invited to join a talk hosted by Disability Advocacy Coalition in Health Professions (DAC HP) given by Dr. Susan Ernst on Reproductive Healthcare for People with Disabilities on Friday, October 15th at 12pm EST .
Join us as we discuss the University of Michigan Genetic Counseling Program. These open houses will include a discussion of our curriculum, the application process, and perspectives from current students.
Intended Audience: Individuals seeking admission to the Genetic Counseling Program in the next year.
Xiaoyan Jia, PhD receives the 2021 Cotterman Award for his article "Massively parallel functional testing of MSH2 missense variants conferring Lynch syndrome risk". Each September, the Cotterman Award is presented to trainee authors of two articles
ROCKVILLE, MD – The American Society of Human Genetics (ASHG) has named Cristen J. Willer, PhD as the recipient of the 2021 Early-Career Award . Dr. Willer is the Frank N. Wilson Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine, Human Genetics, and