Interdisciplinary Training in Genes and the Environment

The Interdisciplinary Training in Genes and the Environment has been established to address the need to develop predoctoral and postdoctoral training through an integrative approach to meet the challenges of today’s public health science. Our goal is to develop a cadre of scientists who can participate at the intersection of molecular and cellular biology, genetic epidemiology, and biostatistics to become leaders in interdisciplinary and team approaches to understanding genetics and complex diseases in the public health arena.

For more information, please visit:
http://www.hsph.harvard.edu/gei/