ACMG Medical Director Search
The American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics (ACMG) is seeking an outstanding individual to serve as its Medical Director. This full-time role provides medical leadership for ACMG and has excellent benefits. Please click here to learn more about the position and recruitment process.
Genetics in Medicine
Potential candidates should submit a letter of interest, curriculum vitae, and the names of three professional references to Melanie Wells (on behalf of the ACMG Medical Director Search Committee) at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line: ACMG Medical Director Search. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
The American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics recently launched a search for a new Editor-in-Chief of its official journal, Genetics in Medicine. As the leader of one of the most prominent medical genetics journals, the Editor-in-Chief determines the scope and direction of the Journal and is responsible for its scientific content by determining manuscripts to be reviewed, evaluating reviewer's input, selecting final manuscripts for publication. Please click here to learn more about the position and recruitment process.
Potential candidates should submit a letter of interest and curriculum vitae by March 16, 2018 to email@example.com with the subject line: GIM Editor-in-Chief Search.
|New ACMG Points to Consider on Professional Responsibilities Regarding the Provision, Publication, and Dissemination of Patient Phenotypes
An important new ACMG Points to Consider document on “Professional responsibilities regarding the provision, publication, and dissemination of patient phenotypes in the context of clinical genetic and genomic testing” is available in the Publications Section of the ACMG website. The statement can be found here.
This Points to Consider serves as an opportunity to consider ways for improving patient care. Maximizing the provision, publication and dissemination of phenotypic, genotypic, and other clinical information across disciplines will ultimately benefit patients. The statement describes a best-practice perspective focused on the best interest of the patient and recognition of the roles of laboratories, clinicians, and journals toward this endeavor. The document expands on the American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics’ recent position statements on genomic data sharing and standards for the interpretation of sequence variants.
Thank you to Lynn W. Bush, PhD, MS, Anita E. Beck, MD, PhD, Leslie G. Biesecker, MD, James P. Evans, MD, PhD, Ada Hamosh, MD, Ingrid A. Holm, MD, MPH, Christa L. Martin, PhD, C. Sue Richards, PhD8 and Heidi L. Rehm, PhD on behalf of the ACMG SELI committee for their time and expertise in developing this statement.