ISB position for imaging and cytometry core
jjackson at systemsbiology.org
Fri Sep 28 16:10:13 EDT 2007
I am departing a flow position at the Institute for Systems Biology and
it was hoped that this could be sent to the list, since all the best
flowers can be found here.
Proteomics and Flow Cytometry Facilities
Institute for Systems Biology
Research Associate 2-3 DOE
The Institute for Systems Biology (ISB) is an internationally renowned
non-profit research institute dedicated to the study and application of
systems biology. Founded in 2000 in Seattle, Washington, ISB's goal is
to unravel the mysteries of cellular networks and identify strategies
that will usher in a new era of P4 Medicine (predictive, preventive,
participatory and personalized medicine).
We are seeking a research associate for the ISB cell imaging and cell
sorting core facility. The employee's primary function is to provide
essential expertise, instrument operation and experimentalist training
as part of an interdisciplinary team whose research demands cell sorting
and/or microscopy-based imaging. The employee will also manage the
day-to-day operations in the imaging core facility which currently
includes a Cytopeia inFlux high-speed cell sorter, a BD FACSCalibur
cytometer, a Leica scanning confocal microscope, a BD Carv-II spinning
disc confocal microscope, several automated fluorescence microscopes
(equipped for high throughput, high content screening and microfluidics
platforms), a Cyntellect LEAP instrument and a Miltenyi autoMACs.
Requirements for the position are a bachelor's degree and at least four
years experience in an engineering, biology, or chemistry research
environment. Familiarity with flow cytometry and microscopy is
advantageous. Candidates will be trained in instrument operation as
required. Candidates must be technically skilled, have a high level of
comfort with complex instruments, computers and computer software. The
successful candidate will need to have a flexible attitude, be a quick
learner, and be highly organized.
ISB is an M/F/D/V/EOE.
Please visit the Careers page of our website at
<http://www.systemsbiology.org/careers> for application instructions.
Please include Job # 07-049 in all correspondence regarding this
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