Duke Post-Doctoral Training in Genomic Medicine Research

Please note: We will not be accepting new applications for the 2022-23 year. We hope to resume reviewing applications by the end of 2022 for July 2023 start dates. Check back for more details.

The Duke Center for Applied Post-doctoral Training in Genomic Medicine logo with DNA strandGenomics and Precision Medicine offers a two-year post-doctoral training program in genomic medicine. This unique program provides training in a fast-growing field marked by the advent of new technologies, increased use of clinical genomic medicine, and large-scale federally- and privately-funded research efforts. The Post-Doctoral Training Program in Genomic Medicine is supported by a Ruth L. Kirschstein Institutional National Research Service Award (T32). The program is open to U.S. citizens only.

The objectives of this training program are to provide post-doctoral trainees

  • Didactic training in the methods of clinical research and knowledge relevant to genomic medicine research,
  • A co-mentored research experience emphasizing interdisciplinary research, and
  • Training and experience to provide the necessary skills to enable the trainee to transition to an independent research program.

Why Should I Apply?

Hear more about our T32 program and why you should apply directly from our former fellows!



Reflections from CAGPM's T32 Graduates - 2020
Reflections from CAGPM's first T32 Scholars
One year down, one go to: Postdoctoral students take a genomics approach to medicine research
Duke Center for Applied Genomics and Precision Medicine Welcomes Inaugural T32 Post-Doctoral Fellows

Publications and Presentations

View a list of publications and presentations from our T32 fellows


Kathleen Cooney headshotKathleen A. Cooney, MD, MACP
Director, Genomic Medicine Post-doctoral Training Program







Susanne B. Haga, PhD
Co-Director, Genomic Medicine Post-doctoral Training Program