The Department of Medical and Molecular Genetics is seeking applicants at the assistant, associate or professor level with expertise in genetic counseling, in particular within the area of metabolism.
The department provides comprehensive services for children and adults with genetic disorders and provides care as part of multi-disciplinary teams. This position will include clinical care, academic responsibilities, and education.The applicant must be board certified in genetic counseling and be eligible for licensure in the State of Indiana. The applicant must have at least five years of experience in genetic counseling and experience in newborn screening care coordination. A publication and funding track record, including with the state health board, is preferred.
The Department of Medical and Molecular Genetics offers a highly collegial and interdisciplinary environment that spans clinical medicine and basic research.
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The Department of Medical and Molecular Genetics is seeking a clinical geneticist in an academic track at the assistant, associate or professor level.
The desired candidate will hold an MD and have expertise in clinical genetics in the treatment of both children and adults with genetic disorders. ABMGG board certification or board eligibility is required. The successful candidate will be expected to perform scholarly activities and demonstrate academic productivity. The individual will also contribute to the teaching mission including genetic counseling students, graduate students, medical students, and clinical genetic residents.
Clinical track faculty are responsible for the teaching and service mission of the school.
Service: The primary responsibility of this position is clinical service in medical genetics. Clinical providers within the Department of Medical and Molecular Genetics include 14 medical geneticists and ~30 clinical genetic counselors. Physicians with a broad background in medical genetics are sought to continue the expansion of our service. Interest in skeletal dysplasia, adult or pediatric cancer genetics, adult genetics or genomics is advantageous but not required.
Teaching: This position will also contribute to the teaching mission including genetic counseling students, graduate students, medical students, and clinical genetic residents.
Research: The Department of Medical and Molecular Genetics is involved in clinical trials and registries particularly in the areas of inborn errors of metabolism, Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, and cardiovascular genetics. Participation in clinical trials is not required but may be considered depending on applicant background.
Services are provided at IU Health University and Methodist Hospitals as well as Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health. Outpatient services are in the Pediatric Care Center and Simon Cancer Center. Additional information about the department may be found on our website at Medical and Molecular Genetics | IU School of Medicine.
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