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Genomic Technologist I

Organization

Personal Genome Diagnostics (PGDx)

Job Location

3600 Boston Street
Baltimore, MD 21224
United States

Job Description

We are currently seeking an extraordinary, highly motivated individual to join our innovative, fast-paced organization.

The successful candidate will work with a team performing highly complex testing including next generation sample preparation and sequencing according to established SOPs.

 

  • Perform manual nucleic acid extraction from various sample sources
  • Support sample receipt and accessioning
  • Operate and maintain laboratory equipment
  • Maintain accurate, detailed records of activities completed in a timely manner (daily, weekly)

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree in Biology or related field
  • 1-2 years experience with molecular techniques preferred
  • Experience working in a regulated laboratory (CLIA/CAP/GLP) is preferred

How to Apply

Please submit applications (cover letter and resume) to [email protected]

About Our Organization

Personal Genome Diagnostics (PGDx) empowers the fight against cancer by unlocking actionable information from the genome. We are committed to developing a portfolio of regulated tissue-based and liquid biopsy genomic products for laboratories worldwide. PGDx was established by internationally-recognized cancer researchers Dr. Luis Diaz and Dr. Victor Velculescu, who are pioneers in the application of innovative genomic technologies for drug development and clinical practice.

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