Clinical Scientist, Oncology Clinical Testing Next Generation Sequencing Laboratory

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Pharma-Cruiting Life Sciences Executive Search
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Clinical Scientist, Oncology Clinical Testing Next Generation Sequencing Laboratory

Pharma-Cruiting Life Sciences Executive Search is seeking an experienced Clinical Scientist for our oncology precision medicine clinical laboratory in the United States.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Daily processing, interpretation and analysis of identified variants from clinical samples.

  • Collaborate with bioinformaticians, scientists, and clinicians to design and perform analyses and evaluate observed associations.

  • Contribute to building the knowledge database.

  • Design and evaluate analysis for sequencing-based projects; discuss valid data collection methods.

  • Produce high quality and detailed documentation for all projects.

Requirements
  • BS or MS degree in Genetics, Molecular Genetics, Cancer Biology or Biological Sciences

  • Prior experience in a diagnostic laboratory, clinical report writing, and familiarity with human mutation databases, genome browsers, and HGVS nomenclature

  • Oncology experience strongly preferred

  • Demonstrated attention to detail, excellent communication and writing skills

     

     

About Our Organization

 

Pharma-Cruiting Life Sciences Executive Search is an industry leading recruiting firm headquartered in Philadelphia. We specialize in executive search in Pharmaceuticals, Biotechnology & Medical Devices with a focus on Oncology Precision Medicine, Immuno-Oncology and Immunotherapy throughout the United States. 

With over 24 years of industry experience, Pharma-Cruiting Life Sciences Executive Search has achieved the level of expertise necessary to successfully place elite executive talent giving companies a competitive edge and helping world-class professionals accomplish their dreams.

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