TYPE DE CONTRAT : CDI - temps plein
Laboratoire national de santé (LNS) (Luxembourg public institution) is recruiting a Clinical Geneticist (m / f) at the National Center of Genetics (NCG)
Full time (40h / week), permanent contract, starting at the earliest convenience
This position provides an exciting opportunity for a highly motivated clinical geneticist with a broad base training in all areas of clinical genetics and a particular interest in working in a clinical genetics service to join the National Center of Genetics at the Luxembourg National Health Laboratory, Laboratoire national de santé (LNS).
About the LNS
The Luxembourg National Health Laboratory, Laboratoire national de santé (LNS) is a rapidly growing public institution with over 300 staff, operating as a multidisciplinary institute.
It encompasses six scientific departments related to the fields of morphological and molecular pathology, genetics, clinical biochemistry, microbiology, forensic medicine and health protection ().
The LNS has new premises with modern, state of the art infrastructure to respond to the requirements and most recent developments in medical and analytical sciences.
to fulfil the role of a national control and reference laboratory and to provide medico-legal services.
The LNS also engages in research and teaching activities in collaboration with partners in Luxembourg including the Hospitals, the University of Luxembourg and the Luxembourg Institute of Health.
The National Center of Genetics (NCG)
The Department of genetics at the LNS has recently become the National Center of Genetics (NCG) and is responsible for all aspects of human genetic related health care of Luxembourg.
In order to meet the challenges ahead, we are looking for committed employees with a high level of expertise and innovative ideas.
We are equipped with a state-of-the-art laboratory, including an Illumina platform for next-generation sequencing. We offer the unique possibility to be involved in Luxembourg’s national strategy to develop clinical genetics, to expand clinical and diagnostic activity, to promote research activity including to take part in national and international networks and programs such as Plan national maladies rares 2018-2022 .