Roswell Park Cancer Institute is seeking a full-time Genetic Counselor. The Genetic Counselor provides genetic counseling and consulting services to patients at Roswell Park Cancer Institute and those referred to the Clinical Genetics Service. The employee supports clinically-related genetics research and serves as an Institute and community resource for aspects and issues related to human genetics.
Applicants must have a Master’s degree in Genetics or a related field. In addition, possession of or eligibility for an American Board of Medical Genetics or American Board of Genetic Counselors board certification in Genetic Counseling, Human Genetics or equivalent is required.
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Founded in 1898 by Roswell Park, MD, Roswell Park Cancer Institute was the first institution in the nation dedicated to a comprehensive, laboratory-based approach to the understanding and treatment of cancer. Today RPCI helps set the national standard for cancer care as one of 19 members of the prestigious National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN). Our mission is to understand, prevent and cure cancer.