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Biomedical or Biology (Genetics) for Grad School?


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I'm a senior majoring in Biomolecular Science and I've started my grad school applications. I want to go to grad school to become a human geneticist, continue research on genetic disease and hopefully become a professor. I've noticed a lot of grad schools offer interesting genetics research through two programs: biomedical and biology.


So I'm searching for some advice as to whether there's an advantage in applying/entering a biomedical program or their biology school? Is one likely to be easier to get into? More adventageous when entering the work field? etc..



Thanks in advance for any responses!



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