Trainee, Fellow and Student Activities at the 2020 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.
Tuesday, March 17
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.
Early Career Genetic Professionals Workshop - Building Leadership/Management Skills
Wednesday, March 18
Genetics trainees must complete fellowship programs to acquire the specialized knowledge and sufficient hands-on experience to perform as accredited professionals. While the fellowships are rigorous in teaching genetics, other professional skill sets crucial for a successful career may receive less emphasis. This 90-minute session is aimed to provide trainees and early career faculty members with information and resources relevant to 1) business aspects of running a laboratory or clinical practice, and 2) personnel management. Three experienced leaders in genetics will provide insights from their early career development and share critical tips and resources.
Thursday, March 19
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.
Special Student Session
Friday, March 20
Careers in Medical Genetics - An Informational Session for Students and Trainees.
An opportunity for undergraduate, graduate, medical school students, and trainees to learn more about careers in medical genetics and genomics and network with professionals who are established in the field. Pre-registration required.
On Friday, March 20, 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. See schedule
Friday, March 20
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)