Intermountain Precision Genomics (IPG) uses genetic mapping to develop personalized treatment options for cancer patients. Headquartered in St. George, Utah, we are able to analyze a patient's tumor DNA and identify mutations to determine why and how the tumor is growing, and most importantly, what can be done to treat it.
We are seeking a full-time Assay Development-Scientist to be responsible for supporting ongoing development and optimization of clinical genomics assays at Intermountain Precision Genomics lab and research lab that include medical technologists, scientists, clinicians, and administrators.
- Consults with IPG leadership in review of current processes and practices to analyze their effectiveness and efficiency in providing quality patient care.
- Develops and designs relevant studies (protocol writing, grant writing, data analysis, and interpretation) to improve clinical care within department.
- Delivers clinical and scientific presentations to clinicians, staff, and other applicable personnel to build awareness of issues related to the IPG's focus and to educate on recommendations for changes or updates in processes or procedures.
- Acts as a mentor to junior staff members and students.
- Presents information in a comprehensive and understandable manner at relevant local and global conferences and represents Intermountain Healthcare by upholding its Mission, Vision, and Values.