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  1. Using genograms to facilitate undergraduate students' career development: a group model.: An article from: Career Development Quarterly by Krista M. Malott, Sandy Magnuson, 2004-12-01
  2. Outstanding traits: in a selected college group,: With some reference to career interests and war records (Genetic psychology monographs) by Frederic Lyman Wells, 1946
  3. The Leadership Gene: The Genetic Code of a Life-Long Leadership Career by Cyril Levicki, 1998-06
  5. The Human Career: Human Biological and Cultural Origins by Richard G. Klein, 1989-12-15
  6. Plant Breeding and Agrarian Research in Kaiser-Wilhelm-Institutes 1933-1945: Calories, Caoutchouc, Careers (Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science) by Susanne Heim, 2008-03
  7. The effect of Egalitarian and Complementarian gender role attitudes on career aspirations in Evangelical female undergraduate college students.: An article from: Journal of Psychology and Theology by Colleen Warner Colaner, Susan C. Warner, 2005-09-22
  8. "Maybe it's genetic...": An article from: The Exceptional Parent
  9. Talent, opportunity and career: A twenty-six year follow-up of 1500 individuals by Torsten Husén, 1969
  10. The Uses of Discretion (Oxford Socio-Legal Studies)
  11. The Infertility Treadmill: Feminist Ethics, Personal Choice, and the Use of Reproductive Technologies (Studies in Social Medicine) by Karey A. Harwood, 2007-11-26
  12. Where the Truth Lies: Franz Moewus and the Origins of Molecular Biology by Jan Sapp, 1990-07-27

101. National Human Genome Research Institute - Health Professional Genetics Resource
Genetics Educational Information http// school courses in genetics, some with syllabi;

Genetic Information on the Web
Health Professional Genetics Resources Online
Health Professional Genetics Resources Online

102. Health Professions Resources: Genetic Counselor
A Career In genetic Counseling Detailed information on the genetic counselingprofession published by the National Society of genetic Counselors (NSGC).
HOME Health Professions Careers The Premedical Process Testing and Applying ... Genetic Counselor [PDF file]
Career information from the American Medical Association's (AMA) Health Professions Career and Education Directory . Each profile includes occupational and job descriptions; employment characteristics; length of educational program and overview of prerequisites; licensure, certification, and registration; and where to find additional information.
A Career In Genetic Counseling

Detailed information on the genetic counseling profession published by the National Society of Genetic Counselors (NSGC). National Society of Genetic Counselors (NSGC)
The National Society of Genetic Counselors' web site provides information on career opportunities, publications, conferences, job listings, and member benefits. A consumer section includes a searchable database of genetic counselors that allows users to search by state, name, institution, city, area of practice/specialization, or zip code. Genetic Counseling Training Programs
A listing of master's level Genetic Counseling training programs in the United States, Canada, Australia, and the United Kingdom.

103. Clinical Genetics
He also envisioned a doubling of the numbers of consultants in the next five yearsencouragingnews for anyone considering clinical genetics as a career.
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Clinical genetics Fiona Lalloo demystifies what is involved in this rapidly expanding specialty Mentioning that I'm a clinical geneticist in a conversation is a sure fire way of eliciting a blank stare for a few moments followed by the words "But what do you actually do?" Well, the first point is that we are "real doctors" and we don't spend our lives in laboratories, either molecular or cytogenetic. A recent issue of the BMJ (28 April 2001) was entirely devoted to new advances in genetics. This focused on its current and potential impact on medicine. However, the specialty of clinical genetics remains a mystery. The role of the clinical geneticist One of the best kept secrets in medicine is the wide variety of issues covered by clinical genetics. It is one of the last truly generalised specialties, encompassing both adult and paediatric medicine. It is also unique in the approach to caring for families as well as individuals within a family. The Clinical Genetics Society recently issued a document summarising the roles of clinical geneticists. These include
  • Diagnosis of genetic disorders affecting all ages and all body systems, birth defects, and developmental disorders

104. UM - SPH PH Genetics Alumni
It opened the door for me to start my career in genetics and genetic research. Iwouldn t want to start a career in public health genetics without it. .
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Charlie Krafchak
MPH '02
"The IC was an extremely valuable piece of my education in the School of Public Health. It opened the door for me to start my career in genetics and genetic research. When I got to the School of public Health I had no idea what I was going to do with my degree. The IC introduced me to the world of genetics and provided me with a framework that has allowed me to pursue and win an NIH training grant through the Human Genome Research Institute.
The coursework and the student interaction through seminars that made up the IC have been invaluable to me as I worked my way through school and chose the path that my career would take. While I have always had a great interest in genetics, the IC exposed me to what genetics in public health really is. It helped me to focus my interests in genetics and most importantly the interaction with the concepts in genetics as well as with others interested in genetics has opened doors for me that I'm not sure would have been there without the help of the IC. I would strongly encourage anyone who is considering a career in any aspect of genetics to join the IC. I wouldn't want to start a career in public health genetics without it. "

105. Careers
her MD in China before beginning her academic career in the trials, correlated categoricaldata, epidemiology, estimating equations, genetics, longitudinal data
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The following are examples of the types of careers UM Biostatistics graduates have pursued. You can find out more information about careers in Biostatistics and other SPH departments by visiting the
SPH Career Services Page
Click here for a list of information regarding our most recent PhD graduates. Rodney L. Dunn Elizabeth R. Hauser Keith McCullough Hernando Ombao Wei Liang earned her MD in China before beginning her academic career in the U.S. Her interest in biomedical study design and data analysis brought her to the UM Biostatistics Department where she graduated with her MS in 2003. She is currently working for PPD (Pharmaceutical Product Development), a leading global provider of discovery and development services and products for pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies. She provides statistical support for clinical trial data analysis and works closely with clients to aid in database management, clinical/statistical programming, medical writing, and quality review. Daowen Zhang obtained his PhD from the University Michigan Biostatistics Department in 1997. While studying here, he worked with Dr. Xihong Lin and Dr. Jonathan Raz. He was employed as a Senior Research Associate in the Department of Epidemilogy from 1996 to 1998. Since then, he has been working as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Statistics at North Carolina State University. His current research interests include clinical trials, correlated categorical data, epidemiology, estimating equations, genetics, longitudinal data, missing data, mixed effect models, and semiparametric and nonparametric regressions.

106. Planet Ag: Careers In Ag Science
In college take courses in biology, chemistry, mathematics, genetics, physiology,statistics For many careers you must have a master s or doctoral degree.
Explore the World of Agricultural Science on
Careers in Agricultural Science
Agricultural Economist

Agricultural Engineer


Animal Nutritionist
Wood Scientist

Agricultural Econ omist
Agricultural economists have management-related jobs in agribusiness firms. They use modern analytical management tools to make profitable decisions. Agricultural economists do financial analysis, develop marketing plans, and set up optimal production schedules in U.S. and international food and fiber firms. They often begin their careers in management or production operations or as sales representatives, then progressively take on increasing responsibility for decision-making. Most agricultural economists spend a great deal of their work lives analyzing alternative decisions. Agribusiness firms that provide such things as feed, seed, fertilizer or capital, and those that process and distribute agricultural products, employ agricultural economists. Feed, seed, and fertilizer firms; rural banks; and input cooperatives employ agricultural economists to manage their operations. Many agricultural economists work for wholesale and retail food processing firms. To become an agricultural economist you need an interest in and ability to make analytical decisions. You need to learn economic theory, mathematics, computer skills, and modern decision-making tools in finance, marketing, and management. Most agribusiness firms require graduates with bachelor's degrees, although some prefer to hire people who have earned master's degrees.

107. MoSt GeNe/About MoSt GeNe
MoStGeNe is made up of genetic service providers and consumers from six RockyMountain States, Arizona, Colorado, Montana, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming.

108. Educational Resources
CAGC provides information for professionals and patients, including information aboutcareers in genetic counseling, the genetic counseling process and clinic
Meeting Calendar Donate to the Alliance Site Map Contact Us ... Home
Educational Resources
Suggestions for educators
from the Genetic Alliance. Access Excellence is a national educational program for high school biology teachers sponsored by Genentech, Inc. The Cytogenetics Gallery offers a basic introduction to chromosomes and laboratory techniques along with some basic chromosome disorders; especially good for students. DNA From the Beginning is an animated primer on the basics of DNA, genes and heredity. This site is part of the DNA Learning Center at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. The DNA Learning Center includes a variety of instructional materials and information on educational programs offered by Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory for both students and teachers. A Gene Map of the Human Genome from Science Magazine and the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI).

109. Genetics: You Are Unique
Biomedical researcher; Criminologist; FBI investigator; Tour of GeneticsResearch Facility; Police officer Career Presentation James Standal.
Genetics: You Are Unique
This lesson developed by Reach Out!
Guiding Question
What are some of my inherited traits?
  • Genetics is the study of inherited traits.
  • Inherited refers to traits you get from your parents.
  • Traits are personal characteristics.
  • Every person has his or her own looks, traits, and characteristics. Every person is unique
  • Some traits are inherited.
    • Traits and characteristics are often genetic, or passed on to you from your parents.
    • You may have some traits like your mother, some like your father and some like both your father and your mother.
    • Observation skills
    • Documentation skills
    • Research skills
    • Oral presentation skills
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  • Look around our group. Is anyone else here just like you? Every person you know, or ever will know, is unique. No two people are just alike (even identical twins).
  • Today, we are going to identify some of our genetic or inherited traits. Then you will go home and see if your parents have the same traits. If you have a trait, then usually at least one of your parents will, too.
  • 110. Gradlink:
    Industry Career Profiles Genetics Molecular Biology. Download acomplete copy of Career View on Genetics Molecular Biology below.
    Industry Career Profiles
    Science fact is infinitely more positive and only slightly less amazing than science fiction. Life, as we know it, is a function of the genetic codes that all living things carry in nearly every cell of their structures. The science of genetics is nothing less than understanding the most intimate secrets of life. An explosion of knowledge and increased successes in molecular biology has meant that many problems considered formidable just a decade or so ago are now being or on their way to being solved. Molecular biologists have contributed to an ever increasing understanding of the origin of the human species; to the creation of genetically engineered new drugs; and to the sequencing of the entire genome of a variety of species, including disease-causing micro-organisms, agriculturally important plants, and the human organism itself. What is Genetics and Molecular Biology? Genetics is the science of heredity. By understanding the mechanisms which govern the way genetic information is received and expressed by individual organisms during their life and also how it is passed onto succeeding generations,scientists are increasingly able to understand the biochemical processes of all living things. Geneticists study what genes are, how they are duplicated and transferred, and how they change by mutation and selection during evolution. Genetics is a component of virtually every area of biology and can be found in many subfields within biology including; evolution, behaviour genetics, developmental biology, cytogenetics, population genetics, clinical and molecular genetics.

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