At the UCLA Institute for Precision Health (IPH), we are committed to advancing education and fostering innovation in the field of genetics. Our Master's Degree in Genetic Counseling Program is designed to cultivate well-rounded professionals in clinical genomic medicine. Equipped with critical thinking skills and guided by a commitment to precision health, our graduates are prepared to navigate the complexities of genetic counseling in today's ever-evolving landscape.

Additionally, IPH is proud to offer the prestigious Dr. Allen and Charlotte Ginsburg Fellowship in Precision Genomic Medicine on an annual basis. This fellowship is dedicated to supporting exceptional trainees, whether in the medical or MD-PhD disciplines, in their pursuit of training in translational genetics or genomics. By providing this one-year award, we aim to recognize and empower promising early-stage investigators as they navigate the transition from clinical trainee to independent faculty member.

Through these initiatives, IPH is shaping the future of genetic counseling and genomic research, driving forward the frontiers of precision health and paving the way for groundbreaking advancements in healthcare.