Sr. Clinical Scientist, Microarray

GeneDx, Inc.
Job Location
Gaithersburg, MD 20877

As a GeneDx employee you will become part of a company that has received national recognition and is a great place to work. We offer excellent full-time benefits to include paid time off and participation in the company's group health insurance, life, disability, 401K retirement plans. 

Job Description

Sr. Clinical Scientist, Microarray

GeneDx, Inc

Gaithersburg MD or Remote


Requirement: Board certified or eligible, MD or PhD

GeneDx, Inc., a leading provider of molecular tests for rare disorders, is rapidly expanding and recruiting for a Senior Clinical Scientist, Microarray.  This position is on-site at GeneDx, Inc. in Gaithersburg, MD however, remote applicants will also be considered.

The Senior Clinical Scientist for Microarray offers a unique opportunity to closely work with ABMG-boarded Clinical Molecular Geneticists and Clinical Cytogeneticists, as well as a team of analysts with focus on chromosomal and exon-level microarray and related technologies. This individual will identify, research and interpret copy number variants and assess their clinical relevance, establish phenotype-genotype links, review a large spectrum of genetic disorders, as well as review and sign out detailed clinical test reports.


Educational and Experience Requirements:

The successful candidate will have either an MD (US Medical License not required), MD/PhD, or PhD and must be certified by the ABMG in Clinical Molecular Genetics and Clinical Cytogenetics, with at least 1 year post grad practice in a clinical diagnostics setting preferred. Appropriate judgment as it pertains to interpretation of data from chromosomal and exon-level microarray and other related technologies, patient report writing and signing, as well as excellent time management and communication skills are key.

How to Apply

Interested candidates should forward a cover letter with salary requirements and resume/CV to

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