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GS11 1142 Approaches to Genetic Counseling Research I

  • Course Director(s): Meaghan Choates and Syed S. Hashmi
  • Semester: Spring
  • Frequency: Annually
  • Credit Hours: 2
  • Grading System: Letter Grade
  • Prerequisites:


Choates, Meagan; Hashmi, Syed S. Two semester hours. Spring, annually. Grading System: Letter Grade. Prerequisite: Introduction to Genetic Counseling (GS11 1132). 

This course provides an introduction to basic concepts in epidemiology, statistics and research instruction on how to use STATA to perform univariable statistical analysis. Students will also receive instruction on concepts in human research and rationale for IRB reviews. Group discussions during this course will help students polish their research questions and methodology. Genetic counseling students in their first year of study are eligible for this course.

Course Outline Approaches to Genetic Counseling Research I