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Decision Sciences at Foundation Medicine

Navigating complex decision making is the key to precision medicine. The Decision Sciences group at Foundation Medicine aims to bring together specialists to maximize our impact on clinical decision making to help transform cancer care for patients. We determine what insights we believe will help oncologists determine the right treatment for their patients, and we work to ensure that clinical decisions optimize the outcomes that matter most to patients.

As our team grows, we are looking for epidemiologists and causal inference experts who can support our team in recognizing which new “real-world” data points we need to collect. We also seek health economists and decision scientists who help quantify the value of information that we provide to doctors and their patients. The team also includes methodologists creating new statistical and machine learning approaches for evidence synthesis and explainable recommendation systems. Currently, our team utilizes Bayesian research methods for uncertainty quantification, but we welcome all approaches. Lastly, we are looking for experts on patient-reported outcomes who can help us keep the patient perspective front and center in all that we do to impact patient care.

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Leah Comment Assoc Dir, Decision Sciences
Tiffanie Veiga Assoc Dir, Talent Acquisition

A Culture Dedicated to Advancing Cancer Care

Our work has an immediate, tangible impact that keeps us coming back each day. Our comprehensive genomic profiling offers insights that make precision medicine a reality. At Foundation Medicine, you can make a real impact. So join us now. Because progress can’t wait.

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Our first-ever hackathon presented a unique opportunity to bring our colleagues from all departments and locations together to disrupt the status quo and make an impact on transforming cancer care.