The GSAT research rotations are designed to maximize the exposure of students to a broad range of research topics, in this case, research that require expertise in genome science and technology. All candidates accepted into the GSAT program will be considered for these rotations. The opportunity to complete significant practical work on real genomic problems is one of the distinguishing features of this program. It ensures a good fit between student and supervisor, as both have become familiar with each other before committing to a thesis project. Examples of various research rotation opportunities can be found below.