The LSU Health New Orleans/LCMC Health Cancer Center in historic, highly desirable New Orleans seeks a Director of Genetic Medicine. The incoming Director will participate in a ground-floor opportunity to help develop a new NCI-designated Cancer Care Center. Primary duties include providing high-throughput screening, playing a pivotal role in developing new tests, assessing and improving disease and gene panels, and utilizing your creativity to make new advancements in the field. Top candidates are deadline-driven, detail-oriented, and have outstanding organizational skills. The Director will be actively involved in teaching, research, and evaluating and caring for patients with underlying genetic conditions. The Director will also serve across the organization in several specialty clinics, including a general genetics clinic, metabolic clinic, bone marrow transplant clinic, cystic fibrosis clinic, hearing loss clinic, maternal-fetal medicine, neurofibromatosis clinic, disorders of sexual development clinic, and more. Candidates must have a?medical degree, an American Board of Medical Genetics and Genomics (ABMGG) certification, and a valid Louisiana state license or the ability to obtain one. Three or more years of related experience in general or pediatric genetics in an accredited healthcare facility is preferred, including proficient knowledge of next-generation sequencing technologies. A molecular geneticist is a plus.
About LSU-LCMC LSU Health New Orleans (LSU-NO) is Louisiana's flagship and most comprehensive academic health sciences center. Known for the quality of its academic and training programs, LSU-NO educates the vast majority of Louisiana's healthcare professionals. LCMC Health is a New Orleans-based, non-profit health system on a mission to provide the best possible care for every person and parish in Louisiana and beyond and to put a little more heart and soul into healthcare along the way. Founded by Louisiana's first freestanding children's hospital, LCMC Health has grown into a healthcare system built to serve communities and families' unique needs across New Orleans, the Gulf Coast, and beyond.
Partner with the Director of Clinical Genetics in a mission-oriented practice focused on changing the landscape of cancer care in Louisiana and the surrounding state
Ground-floor opportunity to place your mark on a new NCI Designated Cancer Care Center
Provide compassionate clinical care and also participate in research and academic pursuits as desired
Live and work in the Warehouse district of New Orleans, where you'll find arts and culture, historic architecture, and excellent dining and entertainment
Robust molecular pathology team and strong medical informatics system are already in place, which creates an environment ripe for clinical and research success
Join a mission-oriented team focused on making a difference to the underserved
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