Responsibilities include performing wetlands delineation identification and delineation, managing and mentoring environmental staff, developing federal and state permitting strategies and applications, managing and preparing environmental impact statements, as well as client and regulatory interaction.
Will work in support of the FNL/NCI RAS Initiative with a highly collaborative multidisciplinary team of chemists, biochemists, structural and cell biologists, to develop and optimize agents for use as RAS inhibitors.
Contributing to ongoing architecture research efforts, building on new research directions, and validating ideas in customer settings; directing support activities to enable technical work and the activities of work study or graduate students as appropriate.
The successful candidate will be able to quickly establish themselves as a team leader through their ability to prioritize effectively, collaborate to get work done, and demonstrate competence in all aspects of plot management.
Communicate effectively with research, clinical, and administrative staff to maintain efficient scheduling of research participants; calling and scheduling appointments, and obtaining written consent forms.
he analyst will also be responsible for compiling data, developing tabular or graphic displays of study results, assisting in interpretation of findings and development of recommendations, and developing study reports describing methods and results.
Individuals must also have excellent written and oral communication skills, including the ability to summarize complex scientific issues for executive leadership as well as non-scientific audiences. Individuals must be proficient in standard Microsoft Office software (Word, PowerPoint, and Excel). Candidates must be US citizens with the ability to obtain a Public Trust Clearance.
The chosen candidate will be responsible for process development, scale-up, technology transfer, establishing and optimizing commercial manufacturing processes for compounding and filling of solids, soft-chews, non-sterile liquids and sterile inject (aseptic manufacturing) platforms, as well as collaborating and partnering with Manufacturing, Engineering, and Quality organizations.
assist in the construction of tissue microarrays with staining and interpretation ( IHC ) including quantitative image analysis; oversee optimization of new antibodies for IHC; interpret all translation tissue studies ( mostly human but some xenografts )
The Support Researcher will monitor disease states in animal models, as well as perform microbiological and virology-based assays supporting research studies investigating host/pathogen interactions of high consequence viral pathogens at the National Institutes of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) Integrated Research Facility located at Fort Detrick in Frederick, Maryland.
The individual will work as part of the Cell Biology R&D team to support ongoing projects within the Thermo Fisher product commercialization process under the Gibco brand with future growth opportunity for independent project leadership.