Cytogenetics/Genetics/Clinical Genetics Technology/Technologist

A program that prepares individuals to perform analyses of the human genome and chromosomes for the research and diagnosis of genetic diseases and defects, in preparation for organ transplants, and in support of treatments for cancers and leukemias. Includes instruction in chromosome analysis, fluorescent in situ hybridization (FISH), molecular genetic techniques, cytotechnology, and photomicrography.

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Northern Michigan University

With campus overlooking Lake Superior, Northern Michigan University is a public school and the largest university in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. NMU confers undergrad and graduate degrees in 177 academic programs and all students receive either a...

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Northern Michigan is the perfect place for me. It's located in a small town providing comfort and a community feeling in whatever you choose to do at the school. The dorms are comfortable and the people are wonderful.

” – Jennifer from Marquette, MI
Saint Mary's University of Minnesota

Originally founded as a men’s college, Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota is a coeducational Lasallian Catholic institution in southeast Minnesota. Saint Mary’s is home to a residential liberal arts college granting undergraduate degrees in 59...

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My classes keep me engaged because of my professors' enthusiasm about their class topics.

” – Julianne from Mokena, IL

Located in Houston, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center is a medical school and one of the first comprehensive cancer centers in the United States. UT’s School of Health Professions is home to ten undergraduate academic programs in...