The NC State University Genetics Graduate Program was established in 1952 and is one of the longest-running genetics graduate programs in the USA. The graduate training faculty are a highly interactive group performing research in all aspects of genetics from molecules to populations. Our research encompasses behavioral genetics, biomedical genetics, computational genetics and bioinformatics, evolutionary, population and quantitative genetics, and molecular, cellular and developmental genetics. Our faculty utilizes a wide range of traditional and non-traditional model systems in their research. We consider graduate students to be professionals in training. The Program provides broad and comprehensive well-rounded professional training in genetics academia, research, and teaching experience. Students are intimately involved in program activities and have a strong voice in shaping the program. The Genetics Graduate Program also provides flexible academic pathways tailored to meet the background and career goals of the individual student.
Learn More About the Graduate Program
Can be obtained by sending an email to the Genetics Program Coordinator, Melissa Robbins (firstname.lastname@example.org) or to the Graduate Program Director, Trudy Mackay (email@example.com).
Connect with the GGSA
The goal of the GGSA is to keep graduate students informed about NCSU and Genetics Program events, policies, and decisions, as well as to encourage student socialization.