Chief - Medical Genetics
Chief, Section of Medical Genetics
Department of Genetics
Yale University School of Medicine
The Department of Genetics at Yale University School of Medicine invites applications for the position of Chief of Medical Genetics. The new Chief will direct a comprehensive program including Medical Genetics for the Yale New Haven Health System, a strong research program, and residency training in Medical Genetics. There will be opportunity for additional recruitment. The successful candidate will have an established track record in clinical care, research and education and show exceptional promise for future leadership in the field. Faculty rank we be commensurate with experience.
The Section has primary responsibility for all aspects of Medical Genetics, including prenatal diagnosis, newborn screening, evaluation of children and adults with genetic syndromes, cardiac genetics and cancer genetics as well and cytogenetics and DNA diagnostics. The Section is based in the Department of Genetics, which comprises an exceptional faculty with a storied history in medical genetics as well as strong research in genetics and genomics of human disease, fundamental aspects of genetic and epigenetic regulation of gene expression and development, and deep expertise in model systems including flies, worms, fish and mice. In addition, the Yale Center for Genome Analysis, which is responsible for next generation DNA sequencing and is involved in human disease gene discovery, clinical diagnosis, and other basic research is under direction of members of the Department. The Section is closely allied with clinical care in Pediatrics, Maternal Fetal Medicine, Internal Medicine, Surgery and other clinical specialties.
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