Prepare for work that involves applying principles of genetics to improving the health of populations.
Attain a basic grounding in public health genetics that will enable you to become a public health professional at the cutting edge of this important new area.
This program prepares doctoral-level health professionals to blend clinical or other professional training with population-based approaches to improving health.
This certificate offers a public health perspective on social, cultural, and individual factors that influence the health and well-being of LGBT communities.
Prepare for competitive research and teaching careers in academia, government agencies, and private industry.
Two concentrations are available: infectious disease pathogenesis, eradication and laboratory practice (PEL) and infectious disease management, intervention and community practice (MIC).
Develop skills and experience to become a more competitive applicant for medical school and doctoral programs, as well as a researcher in academia, government and industry.
Pitt’s doctoral program in human genetics prepares students for careers leading genetics and genomics research in academia or industry.
This program prepares students for careers as contributing members of genetics and genomics research teams in academia or industry.
Provides focused management training for individuals on career paths to become leaders of health care organizations.