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Genetics, both as a basic science and in clinical practice, plays a
critical and highly visible role in advancing personalized medicine and
public health. Genetics will be the basis of future research unraveling
the connections between our DNA sequences and our risks for clinical
disease and will provide a national basis for prevention, intervention
and cure. Genetics transcends departments, colleges and disciplines and
generates both needs and services in the basic sciences, health care,
bioethics, law, bioinformatics and communications.
The Genetics Cluster Initiative is supported by the following seven University of Iowa Colleges:
Engineering | Law | Liberal Arts and Sciences Carver College of Medicine | Nursing | Public Health | Dentistry
Learn more about the UI Genetics Cluster Initiative (GCI).
View a listing of current faculty position opportunities through the initiative.
Meet the members of the GCI faculty.
Learn more about the Iowa Institute of Human Genetics.