Initiate and manage duties to efficiently run the laboratory. These include general management, ordering of lab supplies, maintenance of inventory, lab space and protocols, operation and calibration of instrumentation and other research equipment, and participate in the establishment of new techniques and/or regulations. Responsible for ensuring lab documentation is up to date for safety inspections.
Develop and perform experiments and assays related for projects to drug discovery and design of novel heart failure therapeutics, including: protein extraction, purification and quantification from skeletal and cardiac muscle; production, management, and organization of protein preparations; implementing and using spectrophotometric microplate enzymatic assays, and cell-based assays.
Serve as point of contact to train, assist and support new lab members on techniques and research projects.
Conduct statistical analysis of data, interpret and discuss research with the PI, lab members and/or in lab meetings. Formulate research methods and suggest options for improving the quality of work and identify potential problems and recommend solutions.
Participate and assist in meetings with the PI and other lab personnel. Assists the principal investigator in development of research goals, and with manuscript and grant writing.
Bachelor’s Degree is required. 4-5 years of experience in a related field. 1-3 years of bench science experience in at least one of the following fields is required: pharmacology, molecular biology, cell biology, and/or biochemistry.
Master’s Degree or Doctoral Degree.
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