The Center for Genetic Medicine supports the educational mission of Northwestern University through our formal academic programs, special events, and enrichment opportunities for students and faculty.
Graduate Program in Genetic Counseling - The Graduate Program in Genetic Counseling is an accredited masters degree program that combines nationally recognized faculty with diverse clinical and patient experiences to provide a strong foundation in core genetic counseling skills.
Richard A. Scott, MD Lecture Series - This lecture series brings a renowned scientist to campus each year to discuss recent developments in genetics research. The Scott Lectures are funded through a bequest from Dr. Richard A. Scott, who earned his medical degree at Northwestern in 1968.
Mouse Genetics Group - The Mouse Genetics Group was started in 2007 to provide a forum for researchers to share ideas, experimental approaches, and resources, while providing opportunities for labs wishing to develop transgenic mouse models to connect with the broader community.
CGM Travel Fellowships - The Center's fellowship program provides travel funds to selected PhD students and postdoctoral fellows to present the results of their research at national or international scientific meetings.