The Society strives to ensure that policymakers understand the value and potential of human genetics research to benefit people everywhere. To that end, it is essential to consider, develop, and support policies that enable research progress, improve personal and public health, and thoughtfully consider how genetic information is used in society.

Genetics & Public Policy Fellowship

"This fellowship has given me hands-on experience in applying my training as a scientist in policy contexts, as well as a deeper understanding of the realities of the policy-making process.” Eve Granatosky, Genetics & Public Policy Fellow

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