Design, assemble, and operate mechanical and electrical systems (i.e., test apparatus) that provide test conditions and collection of data to demonstrate sensing, inspection, and monitoring techniques. Systems may include mechanical actuation, applied loads, and environmental controls.
The associate will help to develop and optimize assays, develop processes, fabricate, and test a diagnostic technology for global health markets, and must have experience with basic lab techniques and analytical instrumentation.
Define, develop, and deliver novel solutions to a broad range of problems that could include applications in target detection and tracking, deep learning, machine learning and decision systems, computer vision, signal analysis, robotic systems, for the Government and commercial industry.
Responsible for assisting with the performance of research projects in a clinical setting, including recruitment of potential study subjects, collection and organization of data, scheduling patients for follow up appointments.
The position will assist in the collection of air samples during the application, curing, and post-curing phases associated with SPFI products. Air samples will be collected using various types of media during all phases of a testing program.
In this role, you will prepare newly developed test procedures for transition to Esoteric Testing or Laboratory Operations, coordinate with stakeholders to finalize training recommendations and requirements, and train personnel on new test procedures as needed.
The candidate will also participate in the supervisory process including training and evaluating associate staff Finally, the Research Scientist will assist in the transition of new technologies into product concepts, prototype designs, and initial commercialization.
Searching BS-MS level genotyping scientist familiar with genotyping methods such as: restriction fragment length polymorphism identification; random amplified polymorphic detection; amplified fragment length polymorphism detection, polymerase chain reaction, DNA sequencing, allele specific oligonucleotide probes, and hybridization to DNA microarrays or beads.
The candidate should be able to plan and conduct scientific experiments and should be able to effectively analyze, interpret, and present experimental results while collaborating with team members from a variety of backgrounds.