Principal Genome Scientist

QIAGEN Silicon Valley
Job Location
Redwood City,
Job Description

The Principal Genome Scientist provides scientific and technical leadership for the development of QIAGEN's Ingenuity Variant Analysis product for rapid identification of disease-causing variants from genome and exome sequencing datasets. This position also interacts with the community, customers, and key opinion leaders to drive scientific collaborations, grant proposals, and scientific service deliverables that advance the capabilities, customer value and awareness for QIAGEN's genome informatics solutions. The Principal Genome Scientist routinely represents QIAGEN as a scientific lead at industry conferences and key customer meetings and events


Position Requirements
Extensive knowledge and background with analysis and interpretation of next generation sequencing data, with direct experience identifying variants driving human disease and/or therapeutic response. Experience working closely with a software development team is a strong plus.

Personal Requirements
Team player, excellent communicator

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