Positions available at the Cancer Genomics Center
Research Assistant - Cancer Research Center (P12-29277)
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- Assume responsibility for the coordination and logistics of large scale animal studies for cancer research
- Assist in design of protocols in conjunction with professors, post-doctoral fellows, graduate students, animal care technicians
- Establish schedules for animal monitoring and data collection for xenografts and transgenic models of prostate and breast cancer
- Ensure adequate coverage of animals on protocols during vacations and weekends
- Order animals, diets, and other essential supplies for these studies
- Maintain records for syringe/needle usage and restricted drug usage
- Monitor animals daily, maintain appropriate records related to animal husbandry and treatment
- Assist in surgery and necropsy and coordinate tissue procurement and triage of animals on protocol
- Must be CITI certified for working with animals
- Manage the accounts and procurement for two active cancer research laboratories, using both Research Foundation and State procedures and procurement cards
- Coordinate ordering of general laboratory supplies, track expenditures and maintain inventories for two cancer research laboratories
- Maintain relevant data bases and search scientific literature as required
- Ensure that collaborative materials and animal strains are shipped and received in a timely manner
- Ensure that data and reports are transmitted appropriately
- Assist with experiments in biochemistry and cell biology
- Examples may include assessment of blood levels of calcium, vitamin D and testosterone by immunoassay; tissue sectioning and staining
- Applicants must have BS level degree or higher
- Applicant must be CITI certified
- A minimum of five years experience in animal handling and surgery
- Minimum of 3 years experience as a laboratory manager
- Expertise with nude mice is preferable
Professional Rank and Salary Range: R3, competitive
Start Date: As soon as possible
A review of applications will begin immediately and the search will remain open until the position is filled.
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- Cover letter detailing experience and interests
- Curriculum Vitae
- Contact information for 3 references
- Applicants must address in their applications their abilities to work with and instruct a culturally diverse population.
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