Genetics opening in , California.
The Clinical Genomics physician will manage the medical reporting development effort with focus on actionable variants, report semantics, interaction with clients & validation. This role will involve working on projects requiring in-depth knowledge of both Mendelian, de novo mutations, and complex trait genomics.
Tasks and Responsibilities
- Ensures up-to-date knowledge on medical genetics
- Participates in the interest group of bioinformaticians and machine learning specialists to ensure state of the art annotation of the human genome
- Identify and develop mitigation plans to address quality issues that may arise related to the genomic reports
- Establish state-of-the-art and actionable variant and clinical result interpretation and to interact with medical geneticists
- Review and return results to Human Longevity clients
- Provide ongoing clinical support within the practice and also via telemedicine modalities (e.g. phone, email, video chat)
- Partner with our team of nurses, technologists, and clinicians in a client-centered model, help clients set genomic-driven goals, and support daily clinical work
- Effectively communicate the Human Longevity model and products to prospective clients and employees
- Contribute to consolidated report development for quality control purposes
- Develop physician education curriculum
- Assist in training and development of internal and external primary care and specialist physicians committed to delivery of genomics-based, technology-driven medicine
- Supervise genetic counselors
Minimum Qualifications (Must have)
- MD or MD/PhD
- American Board of Medical Genetics and Genomics-certified/eligible Clinical Geneticist.
- Expertise acquired from working with NextGen sequencing data and expertise in genome-wide association studies.
- Excellent analytical and organizational skills, with great attention to detail and record keeping in both lab notebook and electronic documentation.
- Data management expertise
- Background in computer sciences, and/or bioinformatics a plus
- Experience with clinical studies, family studies
- Bilingual in Spanish or Mandarin
- A record of scholarly contributions in clinical, translational or basic genetic research is preferred
- Able to work with data programmers, IT specialists, and research analysts
Human Longevity, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer
DISCLAIMER: The information on this description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work. It is not designed to be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties and responsibilities of an employee to this job.