The Center for Genetic Medicine supports the educational mission of Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine through our education programs, lecture series, and outreach initiatives. We are committed to making advances in genetics research accessible to researchers, physicians, and the public.
Academic Programs and Opportunities
The center offers academic programs, special events, and enrichment opportunities for students and faculty.
- Graduate Program in Genetic Counseling
Explore our accredited master’s degree program that provides a strong foundation in core genetic counseling skills; apply; meet current students
- Richard A. Scott, MD, Lecture Series
Discover more about our annual lecture series dedicated to bringing renowned scientists to campus to discuss recent developments in genetics research with the medical community; access archived lectures
- RNA-Seq Data Analysis
Learn about our hands-on bioinformatics seminar designed to introduce the principles and experimental design of RNA-seq
- Mouse Genetics Group
Learn how this group provides a forum for researchers to share ideas, experimental approaches, and resources, and connect with the broader transgenic research community
- CGM Travel Fellowships
Get information on how we help PhD students and postdoctoral fellows present their genetics-related research nationally and internationally
The Center for Genetic Medicine looks to share our knowledge and showcase interesting ideas and discoveries. Learn about our public education series and programs via the links below.
- Silverstein Lecture Series
Attend or listen to a lecture by distinguished genetics experts and developed for the layperson
- Silverstein Genetics Curriculum
Learn about the genetics curriculum collaboration among Science in Society, the Graduate Program in Genetic Counseling, and Wendell Phillips Academy High School