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We have an exciting opportunity to join our team as a Asst Research Scientist.
The Assistant Research Scientist position will report to the Director of the Metabolomics Core Resource Laboratory. The candidate will work closely with other staff members in the core to provide exceptional service to clients. Performing metabolomics in immune cells requires specialized knowledge, therefore the candidate will have expertise with cell culture techniques and experience with common in vivo and ex vivo models used in immunology research.
The preferred candidate will also have interdisciplinary experience in the principles of biochemistry and analytical chemistry. The Assistant Research Scientist will work collaboratively with immunometabolism focused investigators and carry out the analysis of specific projects and datasets, working closely with other staff and clients of the NYU Metabolomics Core Resource Laboratory.
- Application of scientific protocols to research samples
- Collaborative research and development of immunometabolism-specific methods
- Operation of analytical instrumentation e.g., LCMS
- Analysis of biological datasets and client interaction
- Demonstrate knowledge of the organizations core values
- Carry out experimental methods according to standard operating procedures
- Continue to develop scientific knowledge through active participation in meetings, conferences, and relevant training.
- Communication and Relationship to Other Staff
Maintain confidentiality of all research information
Excels in cooperation, collaboration and communication with all NYULH employees
Communicate professionally and precisely with staff and clients
Maintain a professional working relationship with all staff and clients
Communicate ideas, problems, and suggestions in a timely and effective manner
Is able to recognize problems as they occur, and through the application of
appropriate policy/procedure, determines and/or recommends the appropriate
solution. Must be able to troubleshoot.
Seeks guidance as necessary for the performance of duties; asks appropriate
questions when in doubt and utilizes reference sources/materials to ensure accuracy.
Advises appropriate personnel of situations/problems requiring intervention
or follow-up attention.
- Perform other related duties as assigned
To qualify you must have a MS degree in a related discipline and 0-1 year of experience.
Ph.D. in Biology/Immunology or closely related field
Experience with immunometabolism research
Experience with LCMS instrumentation and data analysis
Experience with analytical chemistry
1+ year of postdoctoral research experience
Qualified candidates must be able to effectively communicate with all levels of the organization.
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