We are seeking a Cytogenetics Technologist for a part time days opportunity in Hyde Park, IL
The Constitutional Cytogenetics and Cytogenomics Laboratory at the University of Chicago is seeking a talented and dedicated cytogenetics technologist to join the team. In our cytogenetics unit, we apply classical and molecular Cytogenetic techniques to characterize inherited and acquired chromosomal abnormalities in cancer and help diagnose inherited diseases prenatally and postnatally. Our Cytogenetics laboratory is a diverse, team-oriented and innovative environment where teaching is integrated into daily activities. Educational opportunities are abundant and laboratory staff has the opportunity to participate in interdisciplinary activities with other clinical laboratories including Cancer Cytogenetics, Molecular Diagnostics and the Genetics Services laboratories. Our laboratory assays cover both constitutional and cancer cytogenetics practice, including fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) analyses, G-banded chromosome analyses and Cytogenomic SNP array testing for patients with autism, multiple congenital anomalies, unexplained intellectual disabilities, high risk pregnancies and fetal loss.
In this role, the Cytogenetics Technologist will routinely perform all aspects of cytogenetics analysis by properly utilizing a variety of methodologies including tissue culture, harvesting, slide preparation and banding, microscopic analysis. As a top-tier comprehensive academic medical center, we take patient care and safety very seriously, and we follow laboratory policies and procedures and in accordance with all regulatory agency requirements in order to provide results of the highest level of quality to physicians and their patients. Strong cytogenetics skills such as experience in G-banded chromosome analysis, FISH and tissue culture are highly desired but not required. Previous experience as a Cytogenetics Medical Technologist (or specific Cytogenetic Medical Technologist training) and proficiency in Microarray setup and analysis are a plus but not required. Applicants should be organized, able to multi-task, attentive to details, dedicated, and driven by a desire to provide high quality patient care. Experience working in a CLIA/CAP regulated laboratory environment is desired.
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