10 years experience in a leading role in personalized healthcare or precision medicine
Current knowledge of the IT systems and workflows in clinical pathology informatics, research hospital environment, with an emphasis on genetic variant workflows utilizing exome and whole genome sequencing, RNA-seq, and copy number variant analysis.
Knowledge of publicly available and commercial gene variant information sources
Up to date knowledge of the regulatory and lab certification requirements that are relevant to precision medicine implementation in healthcare and pathology environments (e.g. HIPAA, HITECH, GINA, CLIA, CAP)
Good working knowledge of the implementation of whole genome sequencing, exome analysis and methods for data processing leading to gene variant analysis and disease association interpretation.
Understanding of systems used for Electronic Medical Records and regulatory policies influencing how EMR’s are used together with other data to inform diagnosis and treatment decisions.
Good understanding of the data elements that are used in clinical decision support and how physicians use the data in making patient diagnosis, prognosis, and treatment decisions.
Excellent knowledge of the dynamics which will influence the growth of precision medicine in NA (EU knowledge also preferable).
Experience in business development, sales, and market development in complex environments where multiple hospital, laboratory, physician, and patient groups are involved
Proven impactful thought leadership experience in molecular pathology, genetics and clinical decision support
Exceptional leadership skills with the ability to motivate and inspire others to perform and achieve results within a diverse team.
Ability to work with remote cross-functional and cross-cultural teams and experience in working with a team having diverse skill sets.
Strong facilitation skills.
Excellent oral and written English communications.
Well organized and disciplined with regards to policy, procedure and standards.
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