In this role, you will be responsible for Plans and executes own experimental work and may oversee others to accomplish project goals. The successful candidate will analyzes associated lines of investigation and devises and recommends methods to resolve problems.
As a MR Physics Development Scientist within GEs Applications & Workflow organization (aka Applied Science Laboratory), you will distinguish yourself through cutting-edge innovation in broad, clinical, physics and systems-related areas of magnetic resonance imaging.
In this role, the selected candidate will plan and lead I&I scientific discipline within the laboratory and specific scientific application for I&I studies; monitor and maintain compliance with appropriate SOPs, GLPs, regulatory agency guidelines, and study-specific protocols.
In this role, you will under the direct supervision of the Clinical Laboratory Supervisor, performs laboratory tests as ordered by a physician or required by established client/hospital procedures for diagnostic or therapeutic purposes. Will be required to perform highly complex analyses in all technical departments/areas of the laboratory.
In this role, you will work with business partners to understand what the business needs and issues are to address. Applies advanced knowledge of statistics, machine learning, programming, data modeling, simulation, and advanced mathematics to recognize patterns, identify opportunities, pose business questions, and make valuable discoveries to meet a variety of business challenges.
The position is expected to possess a thorough understanding of laboratory procedures or cGMP upstream manufacturing/downstream purification, reliably and independently conduct cell line development, use molecular biology tools to generate expression constructs, or conduct work within cGMP guidelines.
In this role, you will be responsible to set up and performs a variety of analyses using appropriate instrumentation with routine and non routine methods. Participate in QC review of selected routine data and methodology section within reports within scope of current role.
In this role, you will serve as a study director, principal investigator or contributing scientist for immunotoxicology studies, as described in the glps. Learns overall responsibility for the technical conduct of a study as well as for the analysis and interpretation of data, documentation, and reporting of results.
In this role, the selected candidate will make design recommendations to improve reliability and resolve conflicting requirements Implement reliability growth and/or qualification tests to validate predictions.
In this role, the selected candidate will be responsible for testing of new products as well as supporting field sales, customer training and customer support via, phone, webex and on-site, and development methods and the associated documentation.
In this role, the selected candidate must have a demonstrated experience communicating business implications of complex data relationships and results of statistical models to multiple business partners.