Bioinformatics Leader

Organization
Genomind Inc.
Job Location
2200 Renaissance Blvd.
Suite 100
King of Prussia, PA 19406
Benefits
  • Medical, dental and vision insurance
  • Life, short-term and long-term disability insurance
  • Paid annual and holiday leave
  • 401(k) savings/retirement plan
  • Health care and dependent care reimbursement accounts
  • Continuing education assistance
  • Employee assistance program and more
Job Description

Job Summary:

The Bioinformatics leader is responsible for leading all activities related to the development of Genomind’s Precision Behavioral Healthcare Technology Platform and product portfolio, both commercially and in research.  It will serve to lead the company’s overall strategy and deployment of bioinformatics across its platform with a clearly defined strategy and set of objectives to be achieved through the platform.  In doing so, this role will work across departments (clinical, commercial, IT) to ensure the inputs are properly designed, the technology and process is deployed and configured in such a way as to maximize participation by patients and clinicians, and stored in such a way that it can be easily accessed and analyzed.

Essential Duties and Accountabilities:

  • Develop and lead all bioinformatics strategy at Genomind, working closely with IT to ensure the technology is developed in such a way that it will serve at least three main purposes: 1) build a proprietary database of bioinformatics that can further enhance the Genomind product offerings; 2) build a data set that can be leveraged with payors to display the clinical utility and efficacy of Genecept; 3) build a biobank asset that can serve as another potential revenue stream for the business.
  • Develop framework and strategy for all Genomind bioinformatics including, but not limited to, patient demographic information, medical history, medication changes, and clinical outcomes scales.  Ensure information is being captured in a way that it can be easily accessed and analyzed. 
  • Develop strategy to maximize the number of patients and clinicians participating in the data capture for Genomind’s bioinformatics capabilities.
  • Participate in analyzing data captured through Genomind’s bioinformatics tools, including publications and product enhancements from this data.
  • Conduct market research/customer feedback to continuously evolve Genomind’s bioinformatics capabilities.
  • Work with Scientific Advisory Board and Genomind Leadership in presenting informatics data.

 

 

Requirements

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Preferably led, or at least participated as a senior member of a team, developing a company-wide bioinformatics strategy and implementation of a commercial bioinformatics platform within the healthcare industry.
  • At least 5 years experience in the commercial healthcare industry, with mental/behavioral healthcare experience preferable.
  • Proven ability to lead and deliver on large, complex, multi-departmental projects autonomously with tight deadlines
  • Demonstrated experience leading the development of a new technology or product from start to finish within the healthcare technology industry.
  • Knowledge of clinical scales within the behavioral healthcare space is preferred.
  • Advanced degree with health informatics, bioinformatics, or related degree preferred.
How to Apply

email resume and cover letter to mpanetta@genomind.com

About Our Organization

Genomind is a personalized medicine company bringing innovation to mental healthcare through genetic testing. Genomind’s expert staff is comprised of pioneering researchers and thought leaders in psychiatry and neurology who specialize in pharmacogenetic laboratory testing for psychiatry. Genomind is committed to partnering with clinicians to improve their patients’ lives.

The Genecept Assay® is a genetic test designed to help clinicians optimize treatment decisions for their patients with mental illness. It identifies patient-specific genetic markers that indicate which treatments are likely to work as intended, have no effect, or cause adverse effects. It is an easily administered cheek swab test that analyzes key genes, selected based on hundreds of studies showing that variations in these genes can inform treatment decisions.

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