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Clinical Geneticist and/or Researcher
M.D. training in medical school with residency in internal medicine, pediatrics, obstetrics, or other area; then genetics fellowship in ABMG accredited program
Medical Geneticist and/or Researcher
Ph.D. training in doctoral program in cytogenetics, molecular genetics, population genetics, or other area;  then genetics fellowship in ABMG accredited program
Genetic Counselor
M.S. training in master's degree program from an ABGC accredited programs in human genetics / genetic counseling. References and descriptions of genetic counseling
Genetics Laboratory Research Assistant
(DNA, cytogenetics, molecular, research, forensic laboratories)
M.S. training in master's degree program in genetics/biological science
Genetics Laboratory Technician
(DNA, cytogenetics, molecular, research, forensic laboratories)
B.S. training in bachelor's degree in genetics, biological science, other

Professional Genetic Societies

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