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Staff Scientist

The BRI Human Immunophenotyping (HIP) Core is a leader in developing and validating reproducible and robust assays across multiple platforms including multi-color flow cytometry and mass cytometry. These assays are being used to better understand human biology, discover biomarkers, and monitor immune responses in the context of clinical trials and cohorts of patients diagnosed with immune-mediated diseases.
Position #:  2017-1448
Title:  Staff Scientist   
Department: Translational Research/ Long Lab      
Status: Full time  
Responsibilities and Qualifications:  The Staff Scientist conducts independent biomedical research relevant to current projects within the BRI HIP Core. 
Duties include:

  • Working with the BioInformatics team at BRI to develop and streamline analytical approaches for larger flow and mass cytometry experiments.
  • Working with HIP Core users to design and implement larger flow and mass cytometry projects.
  • Working with HIP Core staff to operate and maintain the CyTOF.
  • Collaborate with leaders in the field of autoimmunity including the members of the Immune Tolerance Network and BRI PI’s.
  • Preparation of data for publications and/or presentation.
  • Working with other scientific staff members in writing research grant/contract applications for funding of research projects.
The Staff Scientist is a team-player who welcomes challenges. Requires a Ph.D. in Immunology or a related field and a minimum of three years of related postdoctoral training. Prefer experience with flow cytometry and exposure to large data-sets.
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All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, citizenship, disability or protected veteran status.

Open Date: April 3, 2018
Close Date: June 3, 2018
Location: USA - Seattle, Washington
Attachment: N/A

Our vision is to advance the impact of cytometry in meeting current and emerging challenges in the life, biomedical, and physical sciences.

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