Post-Baccalaureate Genomics Analyst, DC Region in Rockville, MD for American Society of Human Genetics
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Post-Baccalaureate Genomics Analyst, DC Region
The ASHG-NHGRI Post-Baccalaureate Genomics Analyst Fellowship is for recent college graduates to gain exposure to and training in multiple career paths relevant to human genetics and genomics. Training will focus on services for the public benefit, especially those provided by government and nonprofit organizations. This may include scientific program and grants management; public policy and advocacy; public education and engagement; science communication; nonprofit management; diversity, equity and inclusion; and other workforce development initiatives. This is an ideal professional development opportunity for those seeking a two-year position prior to enrolling in graduate or professional school. The fellowship provides experiences working at either: the National Institutes of Health


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