The University of Chicago is now accepting applications for its inaugural Master of Science (MS) in Precision Health program. One of the first of its kind, the program empowers students to work towards preventing disease, promoting health, and reducing health disparities. Faculty experts at the Institute for Population and Precision Health (IPPH) will teach emerging technologies and methodologies in precision medicine and how to apply those to a broader population health context. Graduates will be equipped for success in careers in clinical and academic research, pharmaceuticals, medical start-ups, or further advanced studies.
Applications for the Autumn Quarter 2022 are due on March 15. Scholarships are available and the degree can be earned in as little as one year.