The Staff Scientist plans, directs and conducts research in the field of ethical, legal, and social implications (ELSI) of genome sequencing. This will include planning and conducting research for an ongoing qualitative and policy focused project exploring the challenges and solutions to developing shared databases of cancer genomic variant data.
Plans and conducts research for an ongoing qualitative and policy focused project exploring the challenges and solutions to developing shared databases of cancer genomic variant data. This position will: Conduct Delphi process with stakeholders (n=24) Analyzes data from Delphi process and reports out to the project team Prepare manuscripts for peer-reviewed publications.
Doctoral Degree. Experience may not be substituted in lieu of degree.
Three years of post doctoral research experience.
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