McGill University, based in Canada offers a fully funded PhD in Human Genetics. The Department of Human Genetics provides a unified curriculum of study in genetics. Areas of specialization include biochemical genetics, genetics of development, animal models of human diseases, cancer genetics, molecular pathology, gene therapy, genetic dissection of complex traits, genetics of infectious and inflammatory diseases, non-mendelian genetics, bioinformatics, behavioral genetics, neurogenetics, bioethics, and genomics. Funding amounts to cover tuition & stipend must be secured and guaranteed for the entire duration of a student’s degree program. This funding may be secured through research grants, scholarships, and/or cultural and government agencies. The Department does not accept self-funded students.