The Division of Biostatistics offers an option for those who have completed a doctoral degree (PhD, MD or equivalent) to pursue a post-doctoral master’s degree in Genetic Epidemiology (GEMS).
The GEMS degree consists of a total of 31 credits and can be pursued either full-time or part time but must be completed within three years. There are 8 required courses, listed below, as well as two electives.
Please note that this website is updated only periodically and you should check with the Program Manager for the latest changes/updates.
|| Statistical Computing with SAS|
|| R Primer|
|| Fundamentals of Genetic Epidemiology|
|| Inroduction to Bioinformatics|
|| Human Linkage and Association Analysis|
|| Biostatistics I|
|| Ethics in Biostatistics|
|| Mentored Research|
Persons interested in pursuing the post-doctoral GEMS degree should contact the Program Manager in the Division of Biostatistics for information about the application process.