Aiming to ensure that the next generation of doctors is "genomic medicine literate," the University of Miami's Miller School of Medicine has launched a program that allows med students to earn a Master of Science in Genomic Medicine along with their medical degree.

The four-year MD/MS program is run by the Miller School and the university's Hussman Institute for Human Genomics. Students will be trained to use family genetic histories, genomic tests, sequencing, and pharmacogenomics in routine clinical care.

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