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Pediatrics-Medical Genetics Residency Program

Indiana University has many combined pediatrics residency training programs with a rich history of coordination, collaboration, and interdisciplinary teamwork. The Pediatrics Medical Genetics Residency at Indiana University School of Medicine was established in collaboration between the Department of Medical and Molecular Genetics and Department of Pediatrics. This program offers a combined four-year training program in pediatrics and medical genetics. Graduates of the program will be fully qualified and board eligible in both pediatrics and medical genetics. In addition to their pediatrics and medical genetics clinical training, participants gain access to innovative research opportunities in genetics.

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Residency in Indianapolis

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Program Leadership

Pediatric Residency Program Director
10518-Rushton, Jerry

Jerry L. Rushton, MD, MPH

Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics

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Medical Genetics Residency Program Director
44791-Francomano, Clair

Clair A. Francomano, MD

Professor of Medical & Molecular Genetics

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