Geneticists participate in courses from many areas, such as biology, chemistry, physics, microbiology, cell biology, English, and mathematics. They also participate in more specific genetics courses such as molecular genetics, transmission genetics, population genetics, quantitative genetics, ecological genetics, and genomics.
Geneticists can work in many different fields, doing a variety of jobs. There are many careers for geneticists in medicine, agriculture, wildlife, general sciences or many other fields. It has been suggested that geneticists going into employment in scientific research should honour a Hippocratic Oath for Scientists.
Listed below are a few examples of careers a geneticist may pursue.
Population Geneticists Move beyond the Single Gene: Genetic Information about Large Numbers of Individuals Is a Population Geneticist's Dream Come True. but It Can Also Be a Challenge
Jun 22, 2007; For much of his 14-year career as a population geneticist, Lluis Quintana-Murci of the Pasteur Institute in Paris, France,...