Job Opportunity in New York City

William King wking at aecom.yu.edu
Mon Jan 7 15:54:59 EST 2008


A job opportunity exists in the flow cytometry core facility at the  
Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York.

The facility is currently equipped with 7 flow cytometers (3 bench top  
analyzers consisting of 2 dual-laser FACScans and an LSRII and 4 high- 
speed cell sorters consisting of a MoFlo, a MoFlo XDP and 2  
FACSArias). Another digital bench top analyzer is in the process of  
being obtained. A beautiful and modern new building with a focus on  
genetic and translational medicine (http://www.aecom.yu.edu/admissions/page.aspx?id=622 
) will be occupied within the next few months. Einstein is located in  
the New York City borough of the Bronx, which makes it convenient to  
access from Manhattan via mass transit or by automobile from other New  
York City boroughs such as Brooklyn and Queens, northern suburbs,  
lower Connecticut and even Eastern New Jersey.

Applicants should have at least a bachelor’s degree in a basic  
science, previous hands-on laboratory experience and computer skills.  
Prospective candidates should be motivated, willing to operate and  
master complex equipment, work independently and be able to interact  
with users with diverse interests. Preference is given to persons with  
previous flow cytometry experience. All necessary training will be  
provided. This is a great opportunity for the right individual.

More information about the facility can be obtained on the facility’s  
web site at http://www.aecom.yu.edu/facs/. Interested persons should  
forward their CV and interest to me.
Best,
William


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C. William King
Flow Cytometry Core Facility
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Chanin Institute for Cancer Research, Room 309
1300 Morris Park Avenue
Bronx, New York 10461
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