Bladder Cancer Genomic Scientist

GenomeDx Biosciences Inc
Job Location
Vancouver, BC V6B2W9
Job Description

We are currently seeking a motivated Bladder Cancer Genomic Scientist to join the team in Vancouver. The Research and Development Team at GenomeDx reaches broadly across the organization and is involved in projects collaborating and working with members of diverse project teams. The successful applicant will work in a fast-paced environment and will work closely with the Bioinformatics Team. This individual will expand GenomeDx’s genomic offering in Bladder cancer by building a suite of clinically relevent bladder cancer genomic signatures and biomarkers. 

If you think you have what it takes to be part of an elite group of scientists we invite you to consider joining the GenomeDx team.


What you are great at doing:

  • Maintaining and expanding the team’s knowledge base in the latest Bladder Cancer clinical and genomic research
  • Performing genomic analysis to explore scientific questions in oncology
  • Translating genomic research to clinical application
  • Publishing findings in high impact journals
  • Communicating results and findings of analyses to academic researchers
  • Curating and maintaining a Bladder cancer genomic database

What you need to be successful:

  • Ph.D. or M.D. in Molecular Biology, Genomics, Bioinformatics or equivalent field
  • Knowledge of Bladder Cancer from both a molecular genomics and clinical perspective
  • Working knowledge of microarray or sequencing analysis techniques
  • Knowledge of data mining and statistical analysis tools
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills and effective interpersonal skills

What you will bring to the team:

  • Enthusiasm and an entrepreneurial spirit
  • Self-starter, quick learner and motivated to succeed
  • Ability to solve complex real world problems efficiently
About Our Organization

GenomeDx Biosciences is a dynamic entrepreneurial molecular diagnostics company focused on cancer genomics. Whether in the cloud with big data, or on the phone with patients, our innovators are working hard to deliver usable genomic information into the hands of physicians and patients: information for life.

Our team is constantly learning from each other, from patients and from urologic oncology professionals in world-renowned cancer institutions. Our team works in multi-disciplinary, collaborative project teams that enable us to respond effectively to an evolving, growing, data-driven environment.

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