Sr. Bioinformatics Pipeline Engineer/Sr. Scientist/Sr. Staff Scientist

Organization
Stanford Health Care (Stanford Clinical Genomics Service)
Job Location
Palo Alto, CA 94305
Job Description

Stanford Clinical Genomics Service (SCGS) is a joint effort between Stanford Health Care (Stanford Hospital & Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital) and Stanford School of Medicine to provide best-in-class clinical genomics sequencing service for patients with unexplained heritable diseases and inherited cancer predisposition. As a member of SCGS, you will be joining a large team of Clinical Lab Scientists, BioInformaticians, Clinical Data Scientists, Curators, Genetic Counselors and Physicians working together to help provide genomics driven Precision/Personalized Medicine to patients. SCGS provides a unique opportunity to do both Clinical Genomics and research in Translational Genomics through collaborations with research labs within Stanford School of Medicine.  SCGS is fully funded and is not dependent on Grants for its operations. We offer competitive salaries (even by Bay Area industry standards), generous benefits and a collaborative work culture with mutual respect.

We currently have exciting opportunities for the following:

Senior Bioinformatics Pipeline Engineer (job # 35411)

Senior Scientist (job # 35414)

Senior Staff Scientist (job # 35415)

All these positions are based in Palo Alto, CA.

 

 

 

How to Apply

For more information and to apply, please go to http://www.stanfordhealthcarecareers.com, and reference the appropriate job #

About Our Organization

 

About Stanford Health Care

 

Stanford Health Care seeks to heal humanity through science and compassion, one patient at a time, through its commitment to care, educate and discover. Stanford Health Care delivers clinical innovation across its inpatient services, specialty health centers, physician offices, virtual care offerings and health plan programs.

 

Stanford Health Care is part of Stanford Medicine, a leading academic health system that includes the Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford Health Care, and Stanford Children’s Health, with Lucile Packard Children's Hospital. Stanford Medicine is renowned for breakthroughs in treating cancer, heart disease, brain disorders and surgical and medical conditions. For more information, visit: https://www.stanfordhealthcare.org.

 

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