Genetics Graduate Programs

Overview

Overview

The University of New Hampshire graduate program in genetics provides outstanding and diverse research opportunities in genetics and genomics.  As an interdisciplinary program made up of faculty from multiple departments and from the Hubbard Center for Genome Studies, the genetics program integrates disciplines ranging from molecular and cellular biology to environmental and evolutionary genetics and genomics, in microbial, plant, and animal systems.  The program offers both M.S. and Ph.D. students financial support and opportunities for laboratory rotations to explore the various areas of genetics and genomics.

The Graduate Program in Genetics offers:

  • Outstanding research training in many cutting-edge research areas in molecular and evolutionary genetics, genomics, and bioinformatics.
  • Weekly seminar series that includes both distinguished invited speakers and graduate student research presentations
  • Opportunities to gain teaching and mentoring experiences with undergraduate students in the Genetics major and related disciplines.
  • Strong track record for graduates attaining successful careers in biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies, academia, biomedical research institutes, and state and federal governmental agencies.