The Regional Genetics Program has a large and active clinical, cytogenetics, molecular genetics and biochemical genetics research program. Clinical and research staff regularly submit abstracts for presentations at major national and international genetics meetings. Trainees are actively involved in research projects and encouraged to attend conferences.
All trainees are expected to plan and carry out a research project (clinically-oriented and/or laboratory-based) that is suitable for publication and presentation at an international meeting.
Our mission: As a leader in deciphering genetics, we translate research into knowledge to empower families to be their healthiest.
Our vision: Answers for every family, at all stages of life.