Trainee, Fellow and Student Activities at the 2019 ACMG Annual Meeting

The following networking and educational opportunities will be available to Trainees, Residents, Post Doctoral Fellows, Clinical Fellows and Students attending the 2019 ACMG Annual Clinical Genetics Meeting. Listen to a short video on why you should attend.

Welcome Reception

 

Tuesday, April 2
Fellows, Residents, Trainees and Students attending the ACMG meeting are invited to attend a welcome reception where you will have a chance to meet other young professionals and network with the ACMG Leadership.


Trainee Reception

Publishing Your Scholarly Work: Soup To Nuts

Wednesday, April 3
This session will provide an overview of writing and then preparing and submitting a manuscript to a scientific journal.  The presenters are editors of American medical genetics journals, but their comments will be applicable to scientific publishing in general.

Trainee Session

Trainee/Mentor Lunch

Thursday, April 4
This luncheon will provide an opportunity for trainees (graduate students, postdoctoral fellows and clinical fellows) in the field of medical genetics to meet and talk informally with senior members of the College about career options, goals, and professional opportunities. Pre-registration required.

Trainee Reception
 

Special Student Session

Friday, April 5
Careers in Medical Genetics - An Informational Session for Students and Trainees. An opportunity for college and university undergraduate students, graduate students and medical students to learn more about a career in Medical genetics. Pre-registration required.

Student Day

On Friday, April 5, the meeting will welcome local undergraduate, graduate, genetic counseling and medical students and residents/fellows for a one-day opportunity to experience the ACMG Annual Clinical Genetics Meeting and learn more about career opportunities in the exciting and expanding field of clinical genetics and genomics. 

Diversity Breakfast

Friday, April 5
An educational and networking forum for students, trainees, and professionals in genetics who
identify as an Under Represented Minority or are interested in promoting diversity in the genetics
workforce. (Pre-registration required – Limited enrollment)