Welcome to the University of Wisconsin-Madison Laboratory of Genetics. The Laboratory of Genetics is comprised of two sister departments that function as one. The Department of Genetics in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences was founded in 1910 and is the oldest genetics department in the country. The Department of Medical Genetics, which recently celebrated its fiftieth anniversary, is housed within the School of Medicine and Public Health. Our mission is to address fundamental problems in genetics as they relate to medicine, agriculture, and basic knowledge of biology.
The Laboratory of Genetics is also home to the Genetics Training Program, with over 80 faculty trainers from diverse departments on campus that together provide graduate students diverse opportunities in modern genetics research. Please visit our pages to find out more about us.
Chair, Laboratory of Genetics
- November 16Future of Pharmacy: Better Care, Better Medication Management and Better Health Through Genome SequencingSpecial Talk by Howard J. Jacob, Vice President and Head Genomic Research at AbbVie, Inc.2:30 PM, 2006 Rennebohm Hall
- November 21
- November 28qBio Seminar Series: Matthew Merrins, Assistant Professor, Endocrinology, SMPHHow are nutrients sensed by the pancreatic islet? Live cell imaging illuminates a complex network of oscillatory signal encoders and decoders2:00 PM, 3rd Floor Orchard View Room , Discovery Building
- November 28
- November 29
- December 5