The Ohio State University, Division of Human Genetics is expanding and seeking dynamic genetic counselors for faculty positions at the level of assistant, associate, or full professor! The Division, housed within the Department of Internal Medicine, has a current team of 4 MD faculty members, 3 PhD faculty members, and 12 genetic counselor faculty members; all dedicated to academic clinical practice, education, and translational research in adult genetic specialties. Our goal is to add 5 genetic counselors to our diverse and nationally recognized team. Come be a part of our exciting growth!
Newly recruited faculty members will have the opportunity to be part of one, or more, established or rapidly growing clinical care areas (cancer, cardiovascular, ocular, or neuro-genetics), which include opportunities for new program development within ocular, hematological, and genitourinary clinics, or specialties within cardiovascular or neuro-genetics. Responsibilities will also include active participation in clinical and translational research in the genetic counselor's clinical practice areas. Successful candidates will also play a vital role in teaching within the OSU Genetic Counseling Graduate Program.
The positions provide highly competitive salary and benefits. Applications are being accepted now and formal review has begun. The search will remain open until all positions are filled. Prospective candidates should send a statement of interest and curriculum vita and a list of three references to one of the members of the Search Committee listed below:
Dawn C. Allain, MS, CGC: firstname.lastname@example.org
Pamela Brock, MS, CGC: email@example.com
Ray Hershberger, MD: firstname.lastname@example.org
Candidates must hold a Master's Degree in Genetic Counseling from an ACGC accredited graduate program and be board certified (or eligible) by the ABGC or ABMG.
Internal Number: 102
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