Associate / Medical Director Molecular Oncology and Genetics

BloodCenter of Wisconsin
Job Location
638 North 18th Street
P.O. Box 2178
Milwaukee, WI 53201

BloodCenter offers competitive pay and benefits package including health, dental, vision and life insurance, short and long term disability, holiday pay and a generous paid time off plan.

Job Description

Under the direction of the Medical Director, Diagnostic Laboratories (DL) and in partnership with the Directors of Molecular Oncology and Molecular Diagnostics, this position provides clinical and scientific direction to the Molecular Oncology (MOL) and Molecular Diagnostics Laboratories (MDL), including case review, clinical consultation, and associated assay development.  This key role must work effectively with the Medical Director and VP of Diagnostic Laboratories Operations to define research and development priorities, validate and implement new assays, and to provide leadership and management to the laboratory.

We will rely on you to contribute to strategic planning for the organization; developing goals and plans for Molecular Oncology and Genetics to support BCW growth initiatives.  Duties include identifying, evaluating, and actualizing opportunities for new or improved diagnostic assays, in partnership with physicians, scientists, laboratory directors and management.  Also responsible for establishing local and national thought leadership in areas of expertise.


Candidates must be a M.D. or M.D./Ph.D. with clinical training and board certification in anatomic and/or clinical pathology.  Position also requires an additional certification in Molecular Genetic Pathology or Clinical Molecular Genetics.  Familiarity with the scientific fields relevant to molecular oncology and genetics required including molecular biology, genetics and pathology with strong knowledge/competence in at least one is also required.

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Equal Opportunity Employer of Minorities, Females, Protected Veterans, and Individuals with Disabilities.

About Our Organization

As a pioneering leader in science and medicine, BloodCenter of Wisconsin (BCW) contributes to the discovery, diagnosis, treatment and cures for patients like no other single organization, by virtue of the expertise, diversity and innovation that reside within each of its service areas. As a not-for-profit organization, BCW specializes in diagnostic testing, medical services and leading-edge basic and clinical research.BCW also provides life-saving blood, organ, tissue and marrow for Wisconsin families. In collaboration with its many partners, including hospitals, health care providers, blood drive sponsors, researchers, philanthropic supporters and volunteers, BCW is privileged to serve patients locally and throughout the world.

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