The Clinical Laboratory Scientist II ( CLS II ) functions with minimal direction from supervisory personnel. Responsibilities include blood and platelet collections, quality assurance audits in blood donor collections.
The Clinical Lab Scientist II serves as a lead technologist in the daily production of the HLA section, performing and interpreting test results. Provides technical support to staff. Knowledge of HLA methods and molecular testing preferred. Performs specific lead functions: Reviews and implements quality control and quality assurance activities, provides staff training.
The successful applicant will partner with laboratory operations staff, software engineers, and quality/regulatory specialists to increase laboratory efficiency, optimize existing assays, ensure data quality across multiple partner laboratories and develop new technologies/protocols for improving all aspects of genomic data production.
The Clinical Laboratory Scientist is responsible for performing moderately complex and complex laboratory tests, as defined by CLIA, in hematology, chemistry, urinalysis, microbiology, blood bank and serology.
The Clinical Lab Scientist Coordinator performs chemical, microscopic, and/or bacteriologic tests and verifies results for use in the diagnosis and/or treatment of disease. This position also coordinates the technical operations of the laboratory sections for which responsible while also demonstrating competency in patient testing for neonate, pediatric, adult, and geriatric patients.
The individual will be responsible for the designing, planning and execution of clinical pharmacology strategies & studies in support of development of small and large molecule drugs & cutting-edge novel modalities.
This work involves ChIP-seq, GRO-seq and RNA-seq analysis of Wnt and Activin signaling, proteomics and identification of new regulatory factors involved in this process, and how this system is misregulated in heart disease and cancer.