This story originally was originally featured by UConn Today August 11, 2020.

With a new grant from the National Human Genome Research Institute, The University of Connecticut and The Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine (JAX-GM) are among 10 universities in the country providing specialized training in genomics sciences to some of the nation’s most highly qualified students. Through the multi-year training program, students will have the opportunity to work alongside internationally recognized research faculty at UConn and JAX and prepare for fruitful careers in genomic sciences, a field that is revolutionizing medicine.

Learn more about Brenton Graveley, Professor and Chair Department of Genome Sciences at UConn Health, who is featured in the video in the IDH story CT PhD on the Connection Between Science and Innovation.