The Pathology Department is seeking a Research Associate 2. The incumbent will be part of a team investigating T cell based vaccine development and genetics in non-human primates in the laboratory of Dr. David Watkins, in the Department of Pathology.
We are seeking highly motivated individuals to develop and implement innovative computational approaches for analyzing high throughput genomic and epigenomic data, including but not limited to, integrated cancer risk prediction model, cancer subtype discovery, genomic and epi-genomic data integration, single cell RNA-Seq data analysis, non-coding RNA data analysis, and other datasets.
The incumbent will collaborate on the planning and execution of research projects focusing on the neuroinflammation of eye disorders and will be an integral part of a major scientific effort directed at investigating new mechanisms in retinal development.
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.
Responsible for analytical supportand statistical modeling for the purpose of maximizing revenue. Accountable for driving valuable fact-based and quantitative consumer insights from internal systems and to synthesize key findings which inform business and strategic marketing strategies.
Applicant should demonstrate, preferably through previous experience, a strong interest in pursuing psychology and/or mental health research, preferably but not necessarily focused on behavioral medicine, HIV, LGBT health, and/or mental health in global settings.
In the lab, the major focus is in learning and we look at research projects as a problem solving activity to provide the scientific community with new/unknown knowledge for eventual translation of our technologies for human use.
Perform highly technical and specialized analytical scientist duties, research on assigned problems, and studies in support of Tevas method development, method validation, and complex technical investigation efforts.