Selection will be based on academic qualifications, commitment to genomics and hemoglobinopathies research, and plans for applying research expertise to improve hemoglobinopathy research in an underserved or undeveloped area, as evidenced by a personal typewritten narrative statement not to exceed 2-3 pages, quality of letters of recommendation and a personal interview conducted by the MTGHP Admissions Committee.
Acceptance to the MTGHP will be based on the total profile of the applicant.
All T90 applicants must be U.S. Citizens or have Permanent Resident visa status. All R90 applicants must be foreign nationals with valid visa. Applications for admissions are expected to meet at least one of the following requirements: Professional degree and completed specialty or subspecialty training (M.D., DDS, D.M.D., D.O., D.C., N.O., Ph.D., Pharm.D.)
Submit three letters of recommendation from mentors who are capable of speaking to your professional skills and goals.
A wallet size photograph must be submitted with your application.
T90 applicants must provide a letter indicating official appointment at home institution.
If invited, you must come to the school for an interview scheduled by the MTGHP Admissions Committee. Overseas trainees will be screened for eligibility by the national consultant.