Department of Molecular and Human Genetics

Internal Medicine/Medical Genetics and Genomics Residency

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About the Program

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We recruit one to two residents each year to join our combined internal medicine/medical genetics training program. Individuals may enter a combined residency in internal medicine and medical genetics and genomics directly from medical school and after four years of residency will be eligible for ABMGG certification in Clinical Genetics as well as American Board of Internal Medicine certification in Internal Medicine.

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Clinical Training

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Combined internal medicine/medical genetics residents spend the first year as interns in internal medicine. In years second-forth, the combined internal medicine/medical genetics residents have six-seven blocks scheduled in genetics with the remaining blocks scheduled in medicine.

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Didactic Curriculum

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All the residents and clinical fellows in the Baylor College of Medicine Department of Molecular and Human Genetics participate in lecture series, conferences and seminars on a wide variety of topics. 

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Current Residents

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Evan

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Evan Schauer, M.D.

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Hometown: Corpus Christi, Texas
University: University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
Medical School: Baylor College of Medicine
Hobbies: Gardening, Aquariums, Reading, Cooking, Hiking

Ruiyang

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Ruiyang Yi, M.D.

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Hometown: Guangzhou, China
College/University: University of Chicago
Medical School: John A Burns, School of Medicine, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa 
Hobbies: Watching movies and TV, reading, painting and exploring restaurants

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Admissions

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Benefits

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