We are a healthcare technology company that helps providers make better treatment decisions when prescribing drugs within their current workflow through genetic testing and clinical decision support. OneOme’s pharmacogenomics (PGx) solution combines a patient’s genetic profile and medical history with a curated clinical database backed by Mayo Clinic’s proprietary knowledge to produce an interactive report that easily integrates into current practices.
Our mission is to provide the most cost-effective, comprehensive, personalized, pharmacogenomics analysis integrated into patient’s everyday clinical care.
The Clinical Development Scientist is responsible for providing accurate data to support the expansion and enhancement of OneOme’s pharmacogenomics platform. The Clinical Development Scientist will work closely with other scientists and pharmacists to perform thorough literature analysis of medications, pharmacological pathways, alleles, and pharmacogenes. In addition, the Clinical Development Scientist will work with the development team to implement data into OneOme’s pharmacogenomics database and reporting algorithm. Other activities will include supporting marketing, customer support, and commercial operations in building educational materials, assisting with trainings, and responding to scientific inquiries.
- Participate actively in the process of creating, maintaining, and updating OneOme’s pharmacogenomics data and reporting algorithm
- Retrieve and critically review pharmacogenomics literature related to gene and allele functions, drug pharmacodynamics, and pharmacokinetics
- Summarize data in a clear, concise way and communicate effectively and work collaboratively with OneOme teams
- Support the administration and improvement of quality control and documentation processes
- Monitor the pharmacogenomics community including CPIC, IGNITE and other consortiums to stay current and support OneOme in driving adoption and acceptance of PGx
- Prepare white papers, application notes, and manuscripts for publication to relevant audiences
- Write and review scientific information for marketing and educational purposes
- Develop training and educational materials for both internal staff and clients
- Provide guidance and support related to scientific processes to students on elective PGx rotations or internships
- Bachelor’s degree or higher in Genetics, Pharmacology or related Biological Sciences
- Experience in pharmacogenomics and/or pharmacology, pharmacogenetics/pharmacogenomics, or genetics/genomics is preferred
- Exceptional attention to detail, verbal and written communication and organizational/task management skills.
- Demonstrated ability to commit to high scientific rigor and to produce accurately documented content
- Capable of explaining complex scientific topics to a wide variety of audiences
- Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with a multi-disciplinary team in various geographical locations
- Familiarity with clinical research and software development process is preferred
OneOme Headquarters, 807 Broadway St NE, Suite 100, Minneapolis, MN 55413
SCHEDULE AND HOURS
This position will require the ability to work shifts during normal business hours Monday - Friday 7AM to 5PM.
OSHA RISK FACTOR CATEGORY 1. The employee is regularly required to talk and hear. The employee frequently is required to stand, walk; sit; and use hands to finger, handle, or feel, and work with a computer. The employee is occasionally required to reach with hands and arms; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; and smell. The employee must occasionally lift up to 50 pounds and/or carry objects weighing up to 25 pounds. The employee is required to perform repetitive motions, including reaching above the head, and typing. Specific vision abilities required by this job include peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus. Color-blindness testing is required for those with job-specific duties requiring color discrimination.
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