The Department of Medical and Molecular Genetics at Indiana University is expanding and we have two open clinical positions and an open position to support our laboratory services!
Pediatric Neurology: The available position supporting our pediatric neurology service would be focused on providing clinical services to individuals and families for a variety of hereditary conditions with a neurogenetics focus. Experienced counselors and those currently enrolled in a Master’s degree program with graduation in the Spring 2020 are welcome to apply.
Oncology: The available position supporting our cancer genetics program would involve participating in cancer genetics, Precision Genomics and specialty clinics to provide clinical services for children and adults with cancer. Experienced counselors and those currently enrolled in a Master’s degree program with graduation in the Spring 2020 are welcome to apply.
Laboratory Services: The available position with laboratory services is a joint role with the Genetic Testing Laboratories in the Division of Diagnostic Genomics and the IU Health Pathology Laboratory Sendouts Department. This role will serve as the interface between the laboratories and referring physicians, vendors, researchers and other healthcare professionals providing information, instruction and education regarding appropriate laboratory testing. Genetic counselors with at least 2 years of clinical experience in healthcare or a related field (laboratory preferred) are encouraged to apply.
All of our open positions offer the opportunity to provide supervision of genetic counseling students as well as other learners. Indianapolis offers miles of recreational trails and a lively and flourishing downtown giving you the ability to experience a big city life with a small town vibe (www.visitindy.com).
Want to learn more?
We will be at ASHG and NSGC!
ASHG:Connect with Dr. Amy Breman, Co-Director of the IU Cytogenetics Laboratory, at the ASHG conference in Houston by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a time to meet.
NSGC: Connect with Sandy Prucka, Director of Genetic Counseling Clinical Services, at the NSGC conference in Salt Lake City by emailing email@example.com to set up a time to meet. Can’t make it to a meeting this fall? No problem! Reach out to Sandy (firstname.lastname@example.org) and she’d can set up time to connect and talk more with you about these exciting opportunities!
Can’t make it to a meeting this fall? No problem! Reach out to Sandy (email@example.com) and she’d can set up time to connect and talk more with you about these exciting opportunities!
M.S. in Genetic Counseling (or equivalent degree) from an Accreditation Council for Genetic Counseling (ACGC)-accredited genetic counseling program. Candidate must be certified by the American Board of Genetic Counseling (ABGC) within one year of employment and maintain current Genetic Counselors license in the state of Indiana
Internal Number: 237576
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