Course Detail
Course Components:
Genetics and Medicine: Ethical, Legal and Social Issues is designed to immerse students in the emerging ethical, legal, and social issues facing the field of genetics and medicine. This is a semester-long, weekly course that meets for 13, two hour sessions. The course offers a mix of didactic content, case studies, and small group activities. This course is intended for students with graduate standing and is targeted toward students who have at least some background in human genetics and research methods. This course is mandatory for trainees in the Genomic Medicine T32 training program; students in other graduate degree programs are welcome to participate.