MD / MS in Genomic Medicine
For questions about this specific program, contact Dori McLean at email@example.com or 305-243-8779.
Applicants to the MS in Genomic Medicine program should be current MS1 students in the traditional MD curriculum at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine. Admission to the program is a competitive process and is based on the personal statement of interest, review of the previously submitted medical school application, and (in some cases) a personal interview. Competitive candidates will have a clearly articulated vision for how they will utilize genomic medicine training in their future careers, potentially supported by prior relevant research or clinical experience.
|October 1st||Online application opens|
|November 1st||Final deadline to submit application|
|November 12-16th||Select applicants are invited to interview|
|December 1st||Deadline to commit to enroll for Spring Semester|
We accept applications through the centralized application service BiomedCAS. All applicants must apply online through BiomedCAS. Verified students enrolled in UM’s MD Program who apply by November 1st can request an application fee waiver code by contacting Dori McLean at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Enter your academic history in your online application. Official documents are not required as we will obtain a copy of your AMCAS application from Medical Admissions.
Enter your MCAT scores in your online application. Official documents are not required as we will obtain a copy of your AMCAS application from Medical Admissions.
Statement of Purpose and Objectives
Your personal essay is intended to give you the opportunity to submit a narrative discussing your past education, experience, and current professional career objectives. Your statement of purpose should describe your:
- Reasons for interest in the MS in Genomic Medicine program
- Career goals including how you hope to incorporate genomic medicine into your clinical career
- Prior clinical or research experience in genetics and how this has shaped your interest in the MSGM program
Resume / Curriculum Vitae
All applicants must submit a complete, up-to-date resume / CV that includes all employment, research experience, community service, education and academic or professional honors. Be sure to detail all experience related to genomic medicine including research experience, training, education or other related qualifications with bulleted summaries.
Letters of Recommendation
Letters of Recommendation are not required for MS in Genomic Medicine applicants. In your online application, under Supporting Information then Evaluations, click the option to not submit evaluations.
After initial committee review of complete applications, select applicants will be invited for interviews in early November.