Clinical Genomics Consultant - Infectious Diseases and Oncology

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We are recruiting genomics experts for various industry and academic publications, as well as funding agencies looking for due-diligence and market analysis help in the genomics space. We welcome resumes from established academic researchers as well as industry experts who have worked on cancer genomics or infectious diesease genomics. The ability to provide guidance on biomarkers as well as assays (qPCR, microarrays, next-generation sequencing, cytology) is extremely vital. This will be a contract or consulting position to offer ongoing support for our various clients. Direct employment is also a possibility. 


Deep expertise in the clinical utility of genomics, and up-to-date knowledge of the genomics field is required. Ideal candidates would be active researchers in the field with 15+ years of experience. Early career scientists and academics are also encouraged to apply. 

A hands-on understanding of the various aspects of genomics is essential. This includes specimen processing, DNA extraction, library preparation, experience with PCR and sequencing protocols and bioinformatics methods. 

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