ABOUT THE JOB
The Scientist, Cancer Genomics position sits within the Research & Early Development team in the Product Development group and is responsible for working on discovery projects to establish correlations between genotype and phenotype. Using a variety of phenotypic measures, the role supports the discovery of novel biomarkers, drug sensitivity, resistance signatures, and genomic alterations involved in tumorigenesis. The primary functions rely on leveraging FoundationCORE, FMI’s 300,000+ tumor sample dataset, to investigate novel cancer gene alterations (including annotation using publicly-available online resources such as UniProt and The Cancer Genome Atlas Program) and prepare scientific manuscripts.
Internal applicants, please use your FMI email address.
The Research and Development team at Foundation Medicine is constantly pushing the envelope to transform cancer care.
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