Location: Atlanta, Georgia
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Provide medical genetics services to patients of the Emory Clinic Department of Human Genetics in the inpatient and outpatient clinic and hospital settings. Utilize experience in Biochemical Genetics to manage acute and chronic patients with inborn errors of metabolism as well as supervise abnormal Newborn Screen cases from the state of Georgia. Participate in clinical teaching and research activities as required by Emory University School of Medicine.
Special Skills: Any amount of experience in the following: Evaluation and management of general genetic disorders and dysmorphology experience in inpatient, outpatient and specialty clinic settings; Interpretation of medical genetic testing results and provide genetic counseling to families and patients; Evaluate, diagnose, or treat Inborn Errors of Metabolism including management of acute metabolic crisis of Inborn Errors of Metabolism in the inpatient setting and interdisciplinary management of patients; Experience in newborn screening follow-up providing primary care and treating physician notification, recommendations and clinical support for abnormal newborn screen (NBS) results reported from the state Public Health Laboratory; Teaching genetic residents, fellows, medical students and genetic counseling students.
- Board-certified/eligible in Clinical Genetics
- Board-certified/eligible in Medical Biochemical Genetics
- Must be eligible for or possess a valid, unrestricted medical license to practice medicine in the State of Georgia.
Minimum Education Requirement: M.D. in Medicine or Clinical Genetics or foreign degree equivalent.
Minimum Experience Requirement: 0 Years of experience.
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