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St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital - Research Lab Specialist, Cell & Tissue Imaging Shared Resource

Research Laboratory Specialist in the Division of Light Microscopy, Cell & Tissue Imaging Center will work with a dynamic team of imaging scientists to offer expert training and advice on design and execution of imaging experiments to investigators conducting transformative research at St. Jude.  Along with other staff, you will consult with St. Jude scientists planning to use microscopy in their research; assist with image acquisition, analysis, quantification, presentation, and publication; and educate investigators on the theory and practice of the resident technologies.

Apply at: https://careers-stjude.icims.com/jobs/5025/research-lab-spec/job

Augusta University - Georgia Cancer Center - MRI Director

The GCC Small Animal Imaging Shared Resource has an immediate opening for an MR scientist/physicist to assume the Directorship of the MRI Imaging section of the Small Animal Imaging Shared Resource. The incumbent will be responsible for conducting day-to-day operation and research studies using 7 Tesla MRI systems. This qualified, experienced and client-oriented appointee will work alongside imaging scientists and collaborators to design and carry out research studies and train users. Other responsibilities will include developing data acquisition and analysis protocols, maintaining the 7T system and quality assurance. The preferred background includes biomedical engineering, physics, chemistry or related field. Individuals with experience in operating and maintaining animal MRI/MRS systems and holding a Ph.D. will be preferred. Candidates with experience with MR imaging and spectroscopy (MRI/MRS) pulse sequence design, data analysis programming, instrumental hardware and software will be an advantage. Applicants that have experience working in a research core environment will be given priority.

University of California San Francisco – Chief Administrative Officer, CoLabs

UCSF is seeking an administrative leader to guide the formation and operation of the CoLabs, an innovative new research organization that will be the first step in the revitalization of the flagship Parnassus campus. CoLabs will present a novel model for collaborative science that incorporates a set of existing UCSF core facilities and brings new expertise in processing human samples and in sharing and analyzing large data sets. CoLabs will soon launch in existing space (phase 1) and is now planning a new 20,000 square foot state of the art facility targeted to open in 2020 (phase 2). Once fully operational, we anticipate that the CoLabs will be home to approximately 60 scientific staff and 15-20 embedded researchers and will collaborate with a large and diverse group of UCSF investigators.



Link here: https://sjobs.brassring.com/TGnewUI/Search/Home/Home?partnerid=6495&siteid=5226 - jobDetails=2851517_5226

University of Illinois at Chicago - Senior Research Specialist, Mass spectrometry, Metabolomics & Proteomics Facility (MMPF)

The Mass spectrometry, Metabolomics & Proteomics Facility (MMPF) at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) has an open position for a full-time Senior Research Specialist with a background in Mass spectrometry, Metabolomics & Proteomics. The holder of this position will perform research in mass spectrometry to identify small molecules and peptides/protein analysis, identification and structure elucidation; define research projects, consult with customers in designing experimental plans, carry out own research projects, and train other lab personnel in various techniques and research equipment ; document and disseminate of research activities and results for publication, reports, outreach and user communities.

The University of Oklahoma - Core Director of the Laboratory for Molecular Biology and Cytometry Research

The office of the Vice-President of Research at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center seeks applicants for the position of Director of Laboratory for Molecular Biology and Cytometry Research (LMBCR). The LMBCR is a centralized core facility and provides key services in genomics, proteomics, cytometry, and cell imaging to members of the OUHSC research community.

Nova Southeastern University – Genomics Core Manager

Nova Southeastern University’s Translational Research and Economic Development Department is seeking a full-time Genomics Core Manager for its newly established Genomics Core. This position will perform NGS using the Illumina NextSeq 500 platform for key applications including gene expression profiling, exome sequencing, and whole genome sequencing. The Core Manager will oversee operations from sample preparation, library construction, data generation, data processing to interpretation of results to ensure high level of quality and reliability of generated results. Additionally, the incumbent will be responsible for using established scientific techniques to compile and analyze data and interpreting results using bioinformatic tools, ranging from simple data aggregation via statistical analysis to complex data mining. For more information please visit https://www.nsujobs.com/. Position number 992709

UMKC - Confocal Core Co-Director/Senior Research Associate

UMKC is seeking a highly motivated and dedicated individual to join us as a Senior Research Associate and Co-Director of the Confocal Imaging Core in the UMKC School of Dentistry. The individual will be part of a dynamic research team working within the mineralized tissue research program in the Department of Oral and Craniofacial Sciences, School of Dentistry, University of Missouri, Kansas City and will also support the research of investigators on the UMKC campus. The individual will work on NIH funded projects with an emphasis on live cell confocal and multiphoton imaging. These projects are focused on the role of exosomes in bone cell function and in muscle-bone interactions in normal, aging and diseased states in bone, examining mitochondrial function in these same models as well as projects investigating the dynamic properties of bone cells and live cell imaging of extracellular matrix assembly. The individual will also be encouraged to establish their own independent research projects.

Portola Pharmaceuticals - Scientist I/II, Analytical Development

Portola Pharmaceuticals Inc. is a biopharmaceutical company focused on the discovery, development and commercialization of the novel therapeutics for the treatment and prevention of severe cardiovascular diseases and cancer. The Scientist II Analytical Development will work in a biopharmaceutical analytical development group responsible for analytical method development, method qualification/validation and QC transfer of active pharmaceutical ingredients (API) and drug products throughout the development pipeline. Development of analytical assays and immunoassays used to characterize, establish, and monitor both the purity and strength of drug substances and products, analytical method development/optimization and assay transfers to QC and/or contract testing laboratories is a core responsibility. Experience with various analytical techniques, such as HPLC, CE, SDSPAGE, Western Blot, UV/Vis and spectroscopic techniques is a plus. The successful candidate will also review and/or prepare validation protocols, reports and GMP controlled documents related to release and stability testing of drug substance and drug product. Familiarity with, and understanding of industry standards for regulated pharmaceutical testing is required. The Scientist will work in a team environment with members of the analytical, formulations and Quality groups along with scientists from related disciplines throughout the company.

UNT Health Science Center - Research Associate - Microscopy

The mission of the Division of Research & Innovation is to assist all components of the research enterprise at the University of North Texas Health Science Center.  The Division of Research & Innovation at the University of North Texas Health Science Center is seeking to hire a Research Associate to their team. Responsibilities of the position include working in the Microscopy Core Laboratory, provide services and assistance to researchers in confocal microscopy measurements, assisting researchers and graduate students in data collection, processing and analysis, providing training in confocal microscopy and use of instrumentation, monitoring and maintaining confocal microscopes and supplies for their operation, preparing tissue samples fixation and staining and assisting in preparation of data for presentations and publications.

UNT Health Science Center - Research Associate - Microscopy 

GSK - Senior Scientist, Genomics

GSK has an exciting opportunity for a highly motivated, agile and experienced scientist with lab level expertise in genomics technologies to join the Cellular Biomarkers group within the Bioanalysis, Immunogenicity and Biomarkers (BIB) department based in Collegeville, PA. The genomics scientists will generate data to support the understanding of disease heterogeneity, drug’s mechanism of action, and patient response to treatment at the molecular level through application of advanced genomics technologies, including Next Generation Sequencing (NGS), Single cell analysis, Nanostring, qPCR and molecular characterization of single genes/proteins. This individual will serve as a technical expert in applied genomic technologies, providing scientific leadership and guidance on the use of NGS, digital quantification of nucleic acids and single cell analysis to support drug discovery.  This role will conduct and oversee all aspects of method development, trouble-shooting, validation and sample analysis for clinical studies requiring genomic technologies endpoints.  The successful individual will complete all aspects of the determination; including reagent selection/optimization, sample preparation, sample acquisition, data processing.  They will ensure all work is conducted in compliance of GCP regulations (when necessary) and follows the appropriate SOPs.

GSK - Senior Scientist, Genomics

GSK - Investigator, Genomics

GSK has an exciting opportunity for a highly motivated, agile and experienced scientist with lab level expertise in genomics technologies to join the Cellular Biomarkers group within the Bioanalysis, Immunogenicity and Biomarkers (BIB) department based in Collegeville, PA. The genomics scientists will generate data to support the understanding of disease heterogeneity, drug’s mechanism of action, and patient response to treatment at the molecular level through application of advanced genomics technologies, including Next Generation Sequencing (NGS), Single cell analysis, Nanostring, qPCR and molecular characterization of single genes/proteins. This individual will serve as a technical expert in applied genomic technologies, providing scientific leadership and guidance on the use of NGS, digital quantification of nucleic acids and single cell analysis to support drug discovery.  This role will conduct and oversee all aspects of method development, trouble-shooting, validation and sample analysis for clinical studies requiring genomic technologies endpoints.  The successful individual will complete all aspects of the determination; including reagent selection/optimization, sample preparation, sample acquisition, data processing.  They will ensure all work is conducted in compliance of GCP regulations (when necessary) and follows the appropriate SOPs.

GSK - Investigator, Genomics

GSK - Manager, Genomics

GSK has an exciting opportunity for a highly motivated, agile and experienced scientist with lab level expertise in genomics technologies to join the Cellular Biomarkers group within the Bioanalysis, Immunogenicity and Biomarkers (BIB) department based in Collegeville, PA. The genomics scientists will generate data to support the understanding of disease heterogeneity, drug’s mechanism of action, and patient response to treatment at the molecular level through application of advanced genomics technologies, including Next Generation Sequencing (NGS), Single cell analysis, Nanostring, qPCR and molecular characterization of single genes/proteins. This individual will serve as a group leader and technical expert in applied genomic technologies, providing scientific leadership and guidance on the use of NGS, digital quantification of nucleic acids and single cell analysis to support drug discovery.  This role will conduct and oversee all aspects of method development, trouble-shooting, validation and sample analysis for clinical studies requiring genomic technologies endpoints.  The successful individual will complete all aspects of the determination; including reagent selection/optimization, sample preparation, sample acquisition, data processing.  They will ensure all work is conducted in compliance of GCP regulations (when necessary) and follows the appropriate SOPs. 

 GSK - Manager, Genomics

GSK - Investigator - Imaging, Mass Cytometry

GSK is looking for a highly motivated, agile and experienced scientist to join the Clinical Immunohistochemistry (IHC) team in the Cellular Biomarkers group within the Bioanalysis, Immunogenicity and Biomarkers (BIB) department based in Collegeville, PA. This individual will serve as a US technical expert in Imaging Mass Cytometry, providing scientific leadership and guidance on the use of Imaging Mass Cytometry with a focus on understanding the distribution of multiplexed biomarkers in the tissue microenvironment.  This role will conduct and oversee all aspects of method development, trouble-shooting, validation and sample analysis for non-clinical and clinical studies requiring Imaging Mass Cytometry endpoints.  The successful individual will complete all aspects of the determination; including reagent selection/optimization, sample preparation, sample acquisition, data analysis & interpretation, and presentation.  Ensure all work is conducted in compliance of GCP regulations (when necessary) and following the appropriate SOPs.

GSK - Investigator - Imaging, Mass Cytometry

GSK - Investigator, Immunophenotyping Flow Cytometrist

GSK is looking for a highly motivated, flexible and experienced Immunophenotyping Flow Cytometrist to join a newly created Cellular Biomarkers team within the Bioanalysis, Immunogenicity and Biomarkers (BIB) department based in Collegeville, PA. The successful individual will act as a technical expert in flow cytometry, supporting both high parameter deep immunophenotyping of immune cell subsets and receptor occupancy endpoints.  This role will include all aspects of method development, trouble-shooting, validation and sample analysis for various preclinical and clinical studies requiring flow cytometry endpoints. You will be responsible for completion of all aspects of assay workflow including reagent selection/optimization, sample preparation, sample acquisition, data analysis & interpretation, and presentation. In addition, you will ensure all work is conducted in compliance with GLP/GCP regulations (when necessary) and follow the appropriate SOPs. 

 GSK - Investigator, Immunophenotyping Flow Cytometrist

RF for SUNY at the University at Albany - Research Support Specialist (R19-20)

The primary responsibility of the Research Support Specialist is to perform genomics research using microarrays and next-gen sequencing. The successful candidate will participate in various research lab projects through the CFG microarray & HT Sequencing core laboratory.  The successful candidate will design and conduct experiments with cellular and animal models, interpret data, perform statistics and prepare summaries of significant findings. The position will be filled at either the junior or senior levels depending on experience.

RF for SUNY at the University at Albany - Research Support Specialist (R19-20)

Regeneron Pharmaceuticals - R&D Specialist - Proteomics & Biomarkers

We are seeking a results-driven R&D Specialist who is energetic and enjoys collaborative science research to join Bioanalytical & Biomarker Technologies. The qualified individual will be responsible for performing a variety of proteomics approaches to support projects of Therapeutic Proteins (TP) as well as collaborating groups. This position will involve molecular and cellular based assays to prepare samples for Proteomics and mass spectrometry analysis. The individual should have excellent problem-solving skills, verbal and written communication skills as well as the ability to multi-task and pursue multiple projects on a daily basis. The applicant will be expected to work cooperatively in a team environment with other scientists from different disciplines. Candidates must have demonstrated at least one year of hands-on laboratory experience, preferably in the area of molecular biology and cell-based method development.

R&D Specialist - Proteomics & Biomarkers

Yale University - Yale School of Medicine Director of Research Cores

The School of Medicine Director of Research Cores will work closely with the Deputy Deans for Scientific Affairs to oversee critical aspects of technology and facility management for core research services at Yale School of Medicine. The Director will engage with core directors to promote best practices, including developing and maintaining technical infrastructure, space, personnel and financial practices. The Director will also regularly evaluate core performance, capabilities, technology, general management, staff training and enrichment, customer base and satisfaction, financial and resource management, communications, educational and institutional impact. The Director will also develop a strategic plan for YSM core facilities in concert with the Deputy Deans and in collaboration with the Office of the Vice Provost for Research at Yale University. Strategic objectives for the core research services include networking with academic and industry partners where appropriate to provide YSM with proper support to carry out the full range of basic and translational research and to promote the transformation of fundamental biological innovations to the development of improved patient care. YSM has two distinct groups of research cores: those centrally supported and overseen by YSM and those departmentally based and supported. The centrally supported cores had annual operating expenses of ~$29 million in FY18 and the departmental cores totaled ~$21 million, for a combined total of ~$50 million. This position will work across all YSM research cores, with more involvement, engagement, focus and in certain cases, direction of the YSM Central cores. The Director will also serve as a central point of contact for investigators looking for specific core research services and facilities at YSM. With the Office of the Vice Provost for Research, the Director will help to identify resources on campus or in the region if Yale does not support a particular capability locally. The position will also support faculty in the development of proposals to obtain external funding for research programs that depend on core facilities, with particular emphasis on proposals that would support acquisition of equipment for shared use or support of core facilities.

Yale University - Yale School of Medicine Director of Research Cores

Yale University - Director of Research Cores (Central)

Reporting to the Assistant Provost for Research, the Director of Research Cores will support the University’s scientific research mission by coordinating the University’s strategic analysis and advancement of research core facilities. Working closely with the Provost Office, Yale School of Medicine and Yale West Campus, the Director of Research Cores will coordinate the regular assessment of core capabilities. Based on the results of assessments, the Director of Research Cores will develop and implement strategic plans for investment in and reorganization of University cores in collaboration with the Director of Research Cores at YSM and the Director of Research Operations at West Campus to optimally support the research enterprise. The Director of Research Cores will also coordinate efforts university-wide to enhance the visibility of cores within the institution. Further, the Director of Research Cores will work to strategically develop the university wide community of core directors by creating professional enhancement and networking opportunities.

Yale has two distinct groups of research cores: those centrally supported and overseen by the Provost Office and those departmentally based and supported. The Director of Research Cores will work across all non-YSM research cores, with more involvement, engagement, focus and in certain cases, direct responsibility for those cores overseen centrally. The Director of Research Cores will interact regularly with non-YSM science core directors to promote best practices, including developing and maintaining technical infrastructure, space, personnel, and compliant financial practices. The Director of Research Cores will also regularly assess the performance of non-YSM cores on behalf of the Provost’s Office, including factors such as quality of technology and services, staff training and enrichment, customer base and satisfaction, financial and resource management, communication, and educational and institutional impact.

Yale University - Director of Research Cores (Central)

GSK - Director, Cellular Biomarkers

A new role requirement identified to lead the newly formed Cellular Biomarker group of approximately 20 scientists that will support clinical biomarker testing by establishing and implementing cutting-edge technologies necessary to enhance immunophenotyping analytical capabilities at GSK. As R&D shifts our focus toward immune regulation, presenting substantial challenges of high system complexity and heterogeneity, the cellular biomarker group is established to provide R&D the biomarker platforms necessary for phenotypic characterization of specific immune cell subtypes in tissues or cell suspensions, informing and shaping understanding of patient-specific disease signatures and treatment responses.  Such analyses will require a collection of different analytical tools such as flow cytometry, immunohistochemistry, cellular imaging and genomics.

The Jackson Laboratory - Genomics Scientist

The Genomics Scientist is responsible for the management and execution of sequencing based projects as well as development, testing, validation and implementation of new genomic technologies and protocols. Strong background & technical skills in molecular biology and sequencing technology improvement and optimization are required. Under the leadership of the senior genomics management, with limited supervision, the incumbent will be responsible for direct execution of experiments, assessment of QC for research/or service projects, and troubleshooting technical problems. The incumbent will also be responsible for the design, organization, and implementation of a multitude of sequencing-based molecular biology experiments in the areas of biomedical, clinical, and biotechnology research at JAX. They will ensure that sample preparation and sequencing production is maximized and will drive new technology development, process optimization, and pipeline and protocol development. A demonstrated team player with independent decision making in regard to technical and project management issues is required.

Regeneron Pharmaceuticals - Assoc.Scientist - Proteomics/Immunopeptidomics

Regeneron is looking for a highly motivated Associate Scientist who will leverage our state-of-the-art facilities and technology to perform qualitative and quantitative mass spectrometry experiments focusing on autoimmune, infectious disease and oncology targets. The successful candidate’s primary responsibility will be to utilize the latest mass spectrometry techniques for the discovery and validation of novel viral- and cancer-specific antigens from human tissues and cell lines as well as to develop innovative techniques and investigate new technologies to enhance our target discovery efforts.


The successful candidate will operate state-of-the-art mass spectrometry to analyze patient derived samples. Daily activities will include of tissue preparations, affinity purification, peptide purification, and the analysis of mass spectrometry data. Further responsibilities will be the integration of whole exome sequencing and RNA seq data with mass spectrometry results, developing proteomic databases for the target discovery efforts, and validation of results. Previous experience with mass spectrometry is a highly desirable prerequisite. 

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