Will work on the following projects: Investigate innate resistant mechanisms to immunotherapy, as well as mechanism and prevention of immune related adverse events.
Develops research projects and is responsible for scientific design, conduct and interpretation, presenting results and publishing manuscripts.
Skills involved in these projects: molecular biology (cloning, CRSPR, transfection, transduction, RT-PCR, running gels, etc.), cell biopsy (cell culture, flow cytometry), and mouse work (handling mice, weight and measuring tumors, subcutaneous and tail vein injections, harvest tumors, spleen and lymph nodes, small animal imaging, etc.).
University of Utah Job ID# PRN21392B 02039 – HCI Siwen Hu-Lieskovan Lab
COMPENSATION: $35,000- $50,000
WORK SCHEDULE: Full time, Days.
1. Develops scientific research projects and acts as a principal investigator or co-principal investigator.
2. Researches and stays current with project related scientific literature.
3. Sets up new methods or assays to accomplish scientific objectives.
4. Identifies and implements creative solutions to overcome problems.
5. Organizes, interprets data and derives study conclusions.
6. Manages and trains research staff to achieve research goals.
7. Collaborates with internal and external investigators on multiple research projects ensuring scientific significance and feasibility.
8. Summarizes results of clinical studies in the form of scientific abstracts and manuscripts.
9. Serves as a resource to provide clinical and scientific information needed for various initiatives.
10. Contributes to teaching activities by preparing and presenting educational seminars.
11. Assists with grant preparation by researching background, significance and planning statistics.
12. Attends national conferences and presents results of clinical studies.
PhD in biology, chemistry or other scientific discipline in a related field plus four years of experience or equivalency required. Demonstrated human relations and effective communication skills also required.
This position is not responsible for providing patient care.
The University of Utah requires proof of PhD. Please attach copy of PhD degree, letter stating has degree, or other proof of PhD in "Applicant Document- Other" field.
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