The position will emphasize the development and application of sensor technologies to include" Generate instrument concepts and develop alternative designs Serve as scientific resource to lead design/test work of other engineers Model key analytical elements.
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.
Create, test, and/or improve products by developing moderately complex experiments and tests (including writing and executing protocols), analyze results, make recommendations, and develop reports, based on engineering principles.
Wrangle data and find solutions regardless of speed or scale everything is in play, from Hadoop to relational databases and beyond; help design models to improve the experience of millions of customers every day.
In this role, the selected candidate will coordinate new installations, including facility inspections, instrument validation, and customer training. Review and approve operational quality of equipment, and instruct customers in operations and maintenance of system under general instruction.
Seeking experienced IVD assay development scientist to join team developing, optimizing, qualifying and validating lateral flow assays who has exposure to product design, platform and technology development, assay and reagent development, clinical trials and regulatory submissions for point of care diagnostics.
Provide consultative support to internal teams and external collaborators, support the development of clinical analytic approaches, draft analytic approaches, evaluate clinical value, and lead the interpretation and positioning of analytic findings and value.
In this role, the selected candidate must have a direct experience evaluating cell toxicity caused by RNA transfection as well as quantitatively measuring the success of transfection using enzymatic assays, reporter gene assays, molecular biology techniques, or protein analysis.
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.