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Genetic Counselor
The Pyrimidine and Purine Metabolism Unit at the National Human Genome Research Institute, Bethesda, Maryland, is seeking a full-time genetic counselor. The position supports a genomic research program intramurally funded by NHGRI. This is an exciting opportunity for applicants passionate about developing long-term relationships with patients and families affected by rare genetic conditions. It is an ideal position for applicants with at least three years of clinical experience seeking opportunities to develop an expertise in the area of clinical research and inborn errors of metabolism. The position is local but telework-eligible.  For more details, please visit this page (or paste


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