The genetic variant curation scientist will be responsible for the data analysis, review related medical literatures and public databases, assessment of the clinical significance of genetic variants found in the high complexity genetic tests performed in the Genomics Core Laboratory. The genetic variant curation scientist will work under the direction of laboratory directors to draft the interpretation of these variants. The candidate is also responsible for the maintenance and timely updating of the internal database. The Genomics Core Laboratory provides high complexity genomic testing throughout the UK healthcare enterprise including Children's Hospital, Markey Cancer Center and all other specialties.
Genetic Variant Curation Scientist
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Required Related Experience
Required License/ Registration/Certification
This position will work at a computer for extended periods of time with repetitive motion.
40 hours per week primarily on first shift.
Attention to detail and the ability to organize and prioritize work assignments are a must. Should be comfortable with utilizing computer software (MS Windows, Word, Excel).
Does this position have supervisory responsibilities?
Ph.D.in medical technology or related life science
Deadline to Apply
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- * University of Kentucky HealthCare recognizes a set of values that guide us in our daily interactions. By applying for a position within UK Healthcare, you are indicating your commitment and expressing your agreement to our five values. These values are diversity, innovation, respect, compassion, and teamwork. Please choose one of the UK Healthcare values and give a specific example when you exhibited this quality in your professional experience.
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- * Please choose the answer that best describes your years of paid, full-time employment experience in a clinical laboratory setting.
- More than 0, up through 1 year
- More than 1 year, up through 3 years
- More than 3 years, up through 5 years
- More than 5 years
- * Do you have literature curation experience?
- * Please choose the answer that best represents your years of paid, full-time employment experience in a genomic laboratory.
- More than 0, up through 1 year
- More than 1 year, up through 2 years
- More than 2 years, up through 3 years
- More than 3 years
- * Where did you first see this position advertised other than on UK's online employment system?
- Diverseeducation.com (Diverse Issues in Higher Education)
- HERCjobs.org (Higher Education Recruitment Consortium)
- Institute for Diversity in Health Management
- A Colleague, Friend and/or Family Member
- None of the Above
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