responsibilities will include sign out of molecular tests, oversee molecular testing in hematopathology and germline genetics, developing new tests, teaching Molecular Genetic Pathology fellows and Pathology residents, and translational research.
the Division is home to a Molecular Genetic Pathology Fellowship Program with two fellows trained annually
the Division faculty interpret and report more than 30,000 molecular tests, most of which are complex next-generation sequencing tests in solid tumors, hematology-oncology, and germline genetics
sign out molecular reports for molecular tests in solid tumors, hematology-oncology, and germline genetics.
develop new lab tests
teach Molecular Genetic Pathology fellows and Pathology residents
participate in translational research initiatives
Residency training in Anatomic Pathology
Subspecialty training (fellowship) in molecular genetic pathology (American Board of Pathology) or clinical molecular genetics (American Board of Molecular Genetics and Genomics).
Work Experience in molecular hematopathology and germline genetics beneficial but not required.
Eligibility for medical licensure in Pennsylvania is required
Additional Salary Information: The individual will be a full time faculty member at the University of Pittsburgh, as well as a participant in the UPMC/UPP faculty practice plan.
Internal Number: 0125-A
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