Division of Human Genetics
at Cincinnati Children's is the largest pediatric genetics program in the nation. Along with our pediatric service, we provide high-level care to adults through the Connective Tissue Clinic, Prenatal Program and Hereditary Cancer Program. Thanks to this combination of size and diversity of services, we can offer residents unparalleled training and experience in this exciting field.
The Division of Human Genetics offers a four-year Combined Pediatrics / Genetics Residency and a two-year ACGME-accredited (Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education) Medical Genetics Residency. The two-year Medical Genetics residency is for candidates who have already completed another residency, usually in pediatrics.
The Division of Human Genetics also offers a one-year, ACGME-accredited subspecialty residency in Medical Biochemical Genetics. This program is for candidates who are either board-eligible or are already certified in clinical genetics.