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POSTDOCTORAL ASSOCIATE - Duke Center for Applied Genomics & Precision Medicine

Organization
Duke University School of Medicine
Job Location
304 Research Drive
Box 90141
Durham, NC 27708
United States
Job Description

The Center for Applied Genomics and Precision Medicine at Duke University School of Medicine is a campus-wide genome center built around a series of integrated Centers that house intellectual and equipment resources which foster genomic research on campus (precisionmedicine.duke.edu). Dr. Susanne Haga within CAPGM is looking for a qualified applicant with training or demonstrated experience in ethical, legal, or social issues related to genetics and genomics, preferably pharmacogenomics.  The ideal applicants will have experience in genomic testing and knowledge of clinical implementation, delivery, and ethical, social and legal issues.  The work will focus on updating current knowledge regarding pharmacist practices and their scope of practice related to pharmacogenetic testing. Pharmacy practice is state-regulated and analysis of state regulations is needed to inform future practice regarding pharmacogenetic testing.  In addition, the candidate will investigate coverage policies regarding pharmacogenetic testing and other related issues. 

Requirements

Applicants must have MD, PhD, or PharmD. Qualified candidates need to be independent, highly-motivated, able to work collaboratively, and demonstrate skill in writing for scientific publications and other types of publications, be able to conduct literature reviews, and identify and synthesize data from various sources.

How to Apply

Please go to https://careers.duke.edu/job/Durham-POSTDOCTORAL-ASSOCIATE-Center-for-Ap...

or https://careers.duke.edu/ (job posting #6029)

Please contact Dr. Susanne Haga (susanne.haga@duke.edu) with any questions.

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