Location: New Brunswick
Posted on: September 20, 2023
The Department of Medical Genetics and Genomic Medicine at Saint
Peter's University Hospital is seeking a full-time Medical
The Department is led by Dr. Debra-Lynn Day-Salvatore who is
recognized as an expert in the field of genomic medicine. Saint
Peter's University Hospital has provided comprehensive clinical
genetic services since 1992, during which time -34,000 individual
patients were seen and over 47,000 patient visits logged. The
Department has been designated by the state Department of Health as
central Jersey's Regional Center for Newborn Screening and General
Genetic Services. In the last 15 years alone, patients were
referred for evaluation, diagnosis, management, treatment,
counseling, and emotional support for over 2,000 different
conditions. As department chair, Dr. Day-Salvatore also oversees
one of the largest comprehensive Lysosomal Disease Therapy Centers
in the United States, trials orphan drugs, and provides a broad
range of pre-conceptional, prenatal, and postnatal genetic
counseling as well as pregnancy-specific management and treatment
of maternal metabolic, lysosomal, and genetic conditions.
Provide clinical care as part of a dynamic, multidisciplinary,
Assist with the development, establishment, and administration of a
clinical genetics residency/fellowship.
BC/BE Medical Geneticist
Passionate about providing exceptional patient care within a team
Excited to help develop and establish a fellowship program
Saint Peter's offers a competitive salary and excellent
You will work in a collaborative environment with a team that has a
strong work ethic.
The hospital is surrounded by welcoming communities, large academic
centers and is minutes from wonderful homes, excellent schools, and
quaint New Jersey towns.
We are a 45-minute train ride to New York City and an easy
45-minute drive to beautiful beaches.
Keywords: Nurse.com, New Brunswick , Medical Geneticist, Healthcare , New Brunswick, New Jersey
Didn't find what you're looking for? Search again!