BSD MED - Section Administrator: Hematology and Oncology Research Staff - Stock
About the Department
The Section of Hematology/Oncology has a proud and long tradition of excellence in research-based patient care and clinical discovery. Ranked among the finest cancer programs in the country, the Section is comprised of nationally and internationally known faculty with expertise in all major types of malignancies, blood disorders, and experimental therapies.
The Research Technician will perform basic lab tasks and provide assistance for clinical trial correlative studies as well as clinical translational research projects in the Section of Hematology/Oncology, performing described research-related duties and tasks with a moderate level of direction.
Responsible for compliance with institutional, state, and federal regulatory policies, procedures, directives and mandates dictated by the lab's research activities.
Document lab duties electronically or in a lab notebook and assist in drafting presentations on research findings.
Assist in hands-on research projects in hematology.
General lab maintenance (preparing stock solutions, pouring bacterial plates, tissue bank sample inventory, etc.).
Execute specific experiments based on written instructions.
Project specific tasks (technical assays such as isolation of human mononuclear cells, cell proliferation assays, protein analysis, plasmid purification, etc).
Maintains technical and administrative support for a research project.
Analyzes and maintains data and/or specimens. Conducts literature reviews. Assists with preparation of reports, manuscripts and other documents.
Performs other related work as needed.
Minimum requirements include a college or university degree in related field.
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Bachelor's degree relevant to the research being conducted.
Prior experience working on independent research projects
Knowledge in relevant scientific field.
Knowledge of research techniques or methods relevant to the lab
Strong analytic and computer skills.
Basic problem-solving skills.
Excellent attention to detail.
Effective organizational skills.
Good verbal and written communication skills.
Cover Letter (required)
When applying, the document(s) MUSTbe uploaded via the My Experience page, in the section titled Application Documents of the application.
Scheduled Weekly Hours
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