Training

Sanford Imagenetics is home to a variety of learning opportunities, from lectures to educational programs to residencies and fellowships.

Community Lecture Series

Learn more about how genetics plays a major role in your health and your life. Each free, monthly presentation focuses on a specific area of genetic medicine.

All lectures are free and open to the public

CALL (605) 312-GENE

Archive of past lectures

Schedule

Sioux Falls

Date Lecture
Jan. 9 Bringing Genetics into Primary Care & Building Tour
Speaker: Panel Discussion
Moderated by Cassie Hajek, MD
 Feb. 13 Where Justice Meets Science: DNA Used in Forensic Investigations
Speaker: Robert Pyatt, PhD
 Mar. 13 The Ins and Outs of the Genetics of Colon Cancer
Speaker: Lior Borovik, MS, LCGC
 Apr. 10 Genomes at the Microscope: The Evolution of Chromosomes
Speaker: Patricia Crotwell-Leiferman, PhD
 May 8 Do You See What I See? The Genetics of Eye Disease
Speaker: Rebecca Loman, MS, LCGC

All lectures held 7-8 p.m.
Free and open to the public

Sanford Imagenetics Courtyard
1321 W. 22nd St., Sioux Falls

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Fargo

Date Lecture
October 10, 2017 at 7 p.m. Family History and Genetics
DoubleTree by Hilton West Fargo
825 E Beaton Dr.
West Fargo, ND 58078

Augustana-Sanford Genetic Counseling Graduate Program (ASGCGP)

ASGCGP is an American College of Genetic Counseling-accredited, two-year Master of Science program for graduate students aspiring to become genetic counselors. The program involves classroom learning, hands-on participation and clinical rotations.

Medical Resident Rotations in Genetics

A medical resident rotation in genetics gives medical residents the opportunity to be part of the clinical genetics team with exposure to medical geneticists, genetic counselors, and lab specialists.

University of South Dakota Graduate School Programs

University of North Dakota Graduate School Programs

Sanford Postbaccalaureate Research Training Award in Precision Medicine and Precision Public Health

Through this two-year fellowship opportunity, recent college graduates receive an unparalleled opportunity to gain hands-on experience in applied research, project management and preparation of material for publication. You can develop real-world solutions for analyzing and managing the “omics” data that is now driving next-generation biological research and medicine.

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Sanford Program for Undergraduate Research (SPUR)

SPUR provides opportunities for undergraduate students interested in science careers to participate in laboratory research. During this dynamic summer program, students apply classroom knowledge by working in a laboratory under the supervision of a principal investigator and interact with research teams including graduate students and postdoctoral fellows.

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Careers

Sanford Imagenetics is looking for support from the best and brightest in the fields of internal medicine and genetics. The first-of-its-kind in the nation, Imagenetics integrates genomic medicine into primary health care. Through precise genetic testing and counseling, internal medicine physicians receive unprecedented patient-specific information, which is used to provide the most effective treatments for each person’s unique DNA.

Sanford Health Jobs

Internships

Put your degree to work and gain quality, hands-on experience with an innovative leader in the health care industry.  As one of the largest health systems in the nation and largest employer in the Dakotas, Sanford Health has 28,000 employees across nine states, giving you plenty of opportunities to learn from experienced professionals.

Internship Requirements

Must have good human relations and communications skills; must be able to follow procedures and instructions given by the leadership staff.

Must have strong problem solving, leadership, and analytical skills.