864-889-0519 chg@clemson.edu

Doctoral Degrees offered:

Biochemistry, Biological Sciences, Environmental Toxicology, Genetics, and Mathematical and Statistical Sciences

Deadline for Doctoral Applications:

Genetics and Biochemistry: December 15th for fall admission and September 1st for spring admission
Mathematical and Statistical Sciences: January 15th for fall admission and October 1st for spring admission
Biological SciencesĀ and Environmental Toxicology: December 10th for fall or spring admission

Active Research Programs through the CHG include**:

  • Investigating the roles of gene regulation, post-translational modification and structural variation in common and rare diseases
  • Developing more powerful models for genotype-phenotype prediction
  • Utilizing systems genetics approaches in cellular and animal models to more fully understand the genome-wide impact of genetic variants on molecular networks in health and disease in human populations

**If a student chooses to pursue a degree while at the Center for Human Genetics, he or she will earn a degree in the department of the mentoring professor.

Prospective graduate students of the College of Science can visit the website for more detailed information about each program.

General Inquiries:

College of Science
118 Long Hall
Clemson, SC 29634
(864) 656-3015