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Boston College - Executive Director, Research Infrastructure

 Boston College seeks a creative and innovative person to report directly to the Vice Provost for Research (VPR), and to be responsible for directing and managing all University core research facilities. The leader hired for this role will play a key leadership role in the effective management of, and planning for, already existing core facilities, as well as in the establishment of the core facilities for the new Schiller Institute for Integrated Science and Society.

The Tri-Institutional Therapeutics Discovery Institute (Tri-I TDI) - Research Technician II, Antibody Generation

The Tri-Institutional Therapeutics Discovery Institute (Tri-I TDI) seeks a highly motivated and enthusiastic individual to join the antibody generation team in the Biologics group. The Tri-I TDI, a partnership of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, The Rockefeller University, and Weill Cornell Medicine, links researchers in basic and clinical science with experts in drug discovery from the biotech and pharmaceutical industries, with the goal of more efficiently translating discoveries into therapies for disease. The candidate, with minimal supervision, will design and carry out experiments to generate and characterize therapeutic monoclonal antibodies both in vivo by immunizing mice and conducting hybridoma fusions, and in vitro by phage display panning.

The Cancer Genomics Research Laboratory (CGR) - Extraction Scientist (NCI)

The Cancer Genomics Research Laboratory (CGR) investigates the contribution of germline and somatic genetic variation to cancer susceptibility and outcomes in support of the National Cancer Institute (NCI)'s Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics (DCEG). Working in concert with epidemiologists, biostatisticians and basic research scientists in DCEG’s intramural research program, CGR provides the capacity to conduct genome-wide discovery studies and targeted regional approaches to identify the heritable determinants of various forms of cancer. This includes the design and analysis of high throughput studies using various types of “–omics” technologies such as array- and sequence-based genome-wide association studies, studies of tumor characteristics using integrated genomic data analysis, and molecular epidemiologic studies based on novel metabolomic and microbiomic assays.

 

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The Cancer Genomics Research Laboratory (CGR) - Genome Discovery Lead

The Cancer Genomics Research Laboratory (CGR) investigates the contribution of germline and somatic genetic variation to cancer susceptibility and outcomes in support of the NCI's Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics (DCEG). Working in concert with epidemiologists, biostatisticians and basic research scientists in DCEG’s intramural research program, CGR provides the capacity to conduct genome-wide discovery studies and targeted regional approaches to identify the heritable determinants of various forms of cancer.

 

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The Cancer Genomics Research Laboratory (CGR) - Aliquoting Research Associate

The Cancer Genomics Research Laboratory (CGR) investigates the contribution of germline and somatic genetic variation to cancer susceptibility and outcomes in support of the National Cancer Institute (NCI)'s Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics (DCEG). Working in concert with epidemiologists, biostatisticians and basic research scientists in DCEG’s intramural research program, CGR provides the capacity to conduct genome-wide discovery studies and targeted regional approaches to identify the heritable determinants of various forms of cancer. This includes the design and analysis of high throughput studies using various types of “–omics” technologies such as array- and sequence-based genome-wide association studies, studies of tumor characteristics using integrated genomic data analysis, and molecular epidemiologic studies based on novel metabolomic and microbiomic assays.

 

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Stanford Neurosciences Institute - Assistant Director for Community Labs

Stanford Neurosciences Institute develops Neuroscience Community Labs – shared laboratories with advanced equipment and staffed by technical experts. These laboratories provide the broad, neuroscience community at Stanford access to specialized neuroscience techniques that are not commonly found in typical faculty labs. The Assistant Director for Community Labs reports to the Associate Director for Planning and Operations and will oversee the operations of existing Community Labs as well as develop new Community Labs in conjunction with planning committees. The Assistant Director for Community Labs will supervise Community Lab Directors and be responsible for strategic planning, financial compliance, operations and human resources of the Community Labs.

 

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The Lerner Research Institute - Director of the Center for Scientific Services

The Lerner Research Institute is home to laboratory-based, translational and clinical research at Cleveland Clinic. Our mission is to uncover the biological pathways of disease; develop new medical devices, treatments and cures; and train the next generation of biomedical researchers. Through our values of quality, integrity, teamwork, service, and compassion, we have a culture where imagination and discovery are rewarded and success in innovation supported.

Reporting to the Vice Chair of the Lerner Research Institute, the Director of the Center for Scientific Services will provide a strategic vision, oversight and management for the Lerner Research Institute’s Scientific Core Services (such as Engineering, IT, Veterinary/Husbandry, Wet Labs).

University of North Dakota School of Medicine - Manager of the Genomics Core

The University of North Dakota School of Medicine is looking for Manager of the Genomics Core. This position is well suited for an individual who is willing to learn new skills ranging from data analysis to executing research projects in collaboration with NIH and NSF funded principal investigators. The position presents ample opportunities for career growth through publications, presentations, and teaching course development.

University of Michigan Metabolomics Core - Targeted Metabolomics Group Lead

The University of Michigan Metabolomics Core is seeking a Targeted Metabolomics Group Lead to manage a small group of individuals performing targeted mass spectrometry analysis and method development.

Cornell University – Ithaca, NY – Director of Operations for the Cornell NanoScale Science and Technology Facility

Cornell University is seeking candidates for the position of Director of Operations for the Cornell NanoScale Science and Technology Facility (CNF).  CNFis a pre-eminent national user facility that supports a broad range of nanoscale science and technology projects by providing state-of-the-art resources coupled with expert staff support. Research at CNF encompasses the physical sciences, engineering, and life sciences with a strong inter-disciplinary emphasis. With a multi-million dollar operation, CNF is part of the National Nanoscale Coordinated Infrastructure (NNCI), the NSF-funded nanofabrication network. CNF staff enjoy working in a collaborative and innovative organization within Cornell University, an award-winning employer recognized for supporting employee health, workplace diversity, and environmental sustainability. Candidates with an M.S. or Ph.D. in a related discipline and at least ten years of academic or industrial experience including clean room experience are encouraged to apply. 

 

NYU Center for Genomics and Systems Biology - Junior Laboratory Associate/Genomics Core Facility Technician

The Genomics Core Facility (GenCore) at NYU’s Center for Genomics and Systems Biology is seeking a full-time junior laboratory associate. GenCore supports multiple projects and research initiatives in the NYU Biology Department. The Facility includes flow cytometry, next generation sequencing, robotics and several other specialized high-throughput instruments. For more information on GenCore, visit: gencore.bio.nyu.edu.

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