The Division of Genetic, Genomic, and Metabolic Disorders at Children’s Hospital of Michigan is actively seeking applicants for an additional MD/DO Clinical or Medical Biochemical Geneticist.
The candidate’s responsibilities include the diagnosis and management of patients identified through the State of Michigan’s Newborn Screening Program with a suspected inborn error of metabolism. Our Division is the State of Michigan’s designated coordinating and referral center for all infants with a suspected metabolic disorder (inborn errors of metabolism and lysosomal storage disorders).
The metabolic team consists of 2 Clinical Geneticists also board certified in Clinical or Medical Biochemical Genetics, 2 genetic counselors, 3 dietitians, 3 nurses and 2 nurse practitioners; part time support staff includes a psychologist and social worker. Additional on-call responsibilities include the evaluation and management of patients on the inpatient consultation service, supervision and teaching of medical students, genetic counseling students, residents, and fellows.
Opportunities exist to pursue individual research interests. The academic rank, tenure status, and salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. Leadership roles in newborn screening are available commensurate with experience. Flexibility to also see general genetics patients is also an option, depending on the applicant’s personal or academic interests.
About the Division
In addition to the metabolic team, the candidate will enjoy working with the rest of the staff in the Division of Genetic, Genomic and Metabolic Disorders, including four Clinical Geneticists, five Genetic Counselors and 2 genetic counseling assistants. We have an active Medical Genetics and Genomics Residency program (5 current trainees), an accredited Medical Biochemical Genetics Fellowship program (1 incoming fellow) and an accredited Genetic Counseling Graduate Program. On-site Cytogenetic, Molecular, and Biochemical Genetics laboratories directed by board-certified laboratory geneticists complement the clinical service.
About Children’s Hospital of Michigan
Founded in 1886, Children’s Hospital of Michigan is the first and largest freestanding children’s hospital in southeast Michigan with 228 beds and an international reputation in pediatric medicine, surgery, and research. A proud member of the Detroit Medical Center (DMC), Children’s Hospital of Michigan is also home to a Level I Trauma Center (verified by the American College of Surgeons) as well as one of the few Pediatric Burn Centers in the nation (verified by the American Burn Association).
Must have a MD or DO degree
BE/BC in Clinical or Medical Biochemical Genetics and Clinical Genetics
BE/BC in Pediatrics or Internal Medicine is also desirable
Eligible to obtain licensure in the State of Michigan
How to Apply:
If interested, please submit a copy of your current CV for immediate consideration.
All inquiries and personal information will be kept confidential.
For 132 years, the Children’s Hospital of Michigan has existed for one reason and one reason alone – to improve the health and well-being of children by providing specialized care and expertise for all their unique healthcare needs. This 228-bed facility is the first and largest freestanding hospital in the state completely dedicated to serving children. As an international leader in neurology and neurosurgery, cardiology, oncology, and diagnostic services, CHM is ranked one of the best pediatric hospitals by U.S. News & World Report. CHM is home to a free-standing Pediatric Level I Trauma Center (verified by the American College of Surgeons) as well as Michigan’s only Pediatric Burn Center that is verified by the American Burn Association.