Students in the Genetics and Genomic Sciences graduate program are required to complete three 10-week rotations in different laboratories.
The main objectives of rotations are to provide students with an opportunity:
To meet and work with GGS faculty before choosing a thesis mentor
To observe approaches to scientific research and learn techniques other than the ones students will be exposed to in their dissertation research
Rotations will start after the student has discussed this possibility with the GGS faculty member of their choice and approval of the theme director.