Cardiovascular/Adult Genetic Counselor in Newark, DE for ChristianaCare Health System
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Cardiovascular/Adult Genetic Counselor
The Center for Medical Genomics at ChristianaCare is currently searching for a Cardiovascular/Adult Genetic Counselor to support the Heart and Vascular Center and the Adult Community to join our team of Genetic Counselors and Geneticists. Cardiovascular genetics is a rapidly evolving subspecialty, and its growth is attributed to advances in genome sequencing and genetic testing. With the increase in the understanding of the genetic basis of multiple cardiac conditions, including arrhythmias (channelopathies), heart failure (cardiomyopathies), lipid disorders, and vascular disease, including aortopathies there have been advances in clinical diagnostic methods, as


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