Flow Cytomery Research Associate

Location
Bethesda, MD, US
Posted
Feb 11, 2021
Ref
2021-9768
Discipline
Science/R&D, Research
Hotbed
BioCapital
Required Education
Masters Degree/MBA
Position Type
Full time
Overview

We are currently searching for a Flow Cytomery Research Associate to provide support to the National Institutes of Health (NIH). This opportunity is a full-time position with MSC, and it is on-site in Bethesda, MD.

Duties & Responsibilities

Perform a wide range of complex procedures in the Laboratory. Specific techniques may include, but are not limited to, monoclonal antibody conjugation, fluorescent dye chemistry, peripheral mononuclear cell isolation, multiparameter flow cytometry, T cell stimulation assays, immunophenotyping, and tissue culture.
  • Conduct independent research under the guidance of the Chief, including planning, and conducting of experiments, data analysis and peer reviewed publication of data.
  • Coordinate clinical specimen management, including inventory, sampling, and analysis, in support of the clinical research protocols.
  • Calibrate and operate a variety of laboratory instruments under standard guidelines and following Standard Operating Procedures to perform test, analyses, and other procedures.
  • Interact with scientists from other organizations or institutions involved in similar or related research projects.
  • Interact with students, post-doctoral fellows and non-doctoral research technicians on experimental design and laboratory-based methodologies.
  • Train laboratory personnel on optimal use of newly-built flow cytometry technologies and ensure that the data obtained by those personnel are appropriately generated.
  • Maintain accurate, daily records of experiments.
  • Analyze experimental data, prepare summary analyses for presentation and/or publication, and write substantial portions of manuscripts including such data.


Requirements

  • Master's degree in Biology, Immunology, or a related field. A Bachelor's degree plus three (3) years of experience may be considered equivalent.
  • Minimum of three (3) years of laboratory-based training in Immunology or a closely related field.
  • Extensive experience with all aspects of flow cytometry including instrument standardization, calibration, and assay optimization.
  • Experience performing a variety of laboratory procedures, including monoclonal antibody conjugation, fluorescent dye chemistry, peripheral mononuclear cell isolation, multiparameter flow cytometry, T cell stimulation assays, immunophenotyping, and tissue culture
  • Excellent written skills and experience in oral presentations.

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