Geneticist

Colin Brogdon 5/24/2016 Bowles, 4th period

What a geneticist is

  1. A geneticist is a scientist who specializes in heredity (careers).
  2. A career in geneticist can mean many jobs like a genetic counselor, medical geneticist, or a genetics professor (careers).
  3. Geneticist provide information to families with genetic disorders, and many other good things (careers).

Education

  1. Research directors and postgraduate faculty typically complete a doctoral program (Geneticist).
  2. Aspiring clinical geneticist must complete a bachelor's degree program, and earn a doctorate of medicine or doctorate of osteopathic medicine at a medical school (Geneticist).
  3. Genetic counselors typically complete a master’s degree program (Geneticist).

Salary

  1. The american school of medical genetics found that clinical geneticist make an average of 159,339 to 194,895 (locsin).
  2. A professional salary survey showed averages of 63,700 a year for genetic counselor (locsin).
  3. A genetic professor earns an average of 113,176 (locsin).

Bibliography

1. “Careers in genetics”. HealthCarePathWay.com. HealthCarePathWay.com,2009-2016.

Web. may 16,2016. <www.healthcarepathway.com/health-care-careers/geneticist.html>.

2. “Geneticist:career information and education requirements”. Study.com. Study.com, 2016. Web. may 16, 2016.

<http://study.com/articles/Geneticist_Career_Information_and_Education_Requirements.html>.


3. Locsin,Aurelio. “How much would geneticist be paid?” chron. Hearst newspapers, 2016. Web. may 16, 2016.

<http://work.chron.com/much-would-geneticist-paid-3253.html>.