The Clinical Laboratory Genetics and Genomics Fellowship is a jointly offered program by Nationwide Children’s Hospital and The Ohio State University. The Fellowship aims to provide a broad experience of clinical laboratory operations, including exposure to a range of clinical tests, clinical report writing, troubleshooting, exposure to laboratory accreditation processes (CAP, CLIA,) patient interaction and new test development.
Upon successful completion of this program, fellows will be eligible for certification by the American Board of Medical Genetics and Genomics (ABMGG). All applicants are encouraged to review the ABMGG training options descriptions for additional information.
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Eligible fellowship candidates must have a PhD in a biological sciences field or have completed the Clinical Medical Genetics residency (MDs only). A medical doctorate is not required.
Candidates with previous work experience in clinical genetics, laboratory or other clinical laboratory setting are strongly preferred.
Eligible candidates should submit a current CV and three (3) acceptable letters of reference. Candidates should be visa eligible with good English language skills. Our institution requests a J1 visa.
Individuals with doctoral degrees earned outside of the U.S., Canada or Puerto Rico are required to submit a letter of approval from the ABMGG certifying eligibility to sit for the certification exam at the time of application to this program. Please refer to the ABMGG website for further information.
The program will accept applications for the July 2023 start date from now until November 30, 2022.
Nationwide Children’s Hospital
700 Children’s Drive
Columbus, OH 43205
Nov 24, 2022