In this role, you will work directly with data engineers and the broader community of scientists and analysts you'll guide analysis, define and operationalize data - services, and help inform the future development of our data platform.
The candidate will participate in the design and analysis of experiments and samples needed, will report and document methods and results, will integrate methods into production software, and will collaborate with key internal and external groups.
In this role, the selected candidate will contribute to the growth of the Grid Integration Group, train, mentor, and promote junior staff; secure and increase the leadership and lead team-building efforts.
As a Staff Scientist in the Assay Development group, you will be responsiblefor developing assays for transcriptome analysis of single cells from a proof of concept stage through product commercialization.
In this role, you will be responsible for coordinating new installations, including facility inspections, instrument validation, and customer training as needed. Reviews and approves operational quality of equipment, and instruct customers in operations and maintenance of system under general instruction as needed.
In this role, the selected candidate will devote equal effort to fostering a thriving multidisciplinary user program through development of unique expertise and capabilities in organic materials design, synthesis and manipulation.
The successful candidate will be responsible for initiating and driving the reagent and assay development projects and integrating assays and flow cytometry instruments to create the next-generation of research and clinical Flow Cytometry platforms.
In this role, you will develop algorithms and applications deployed in production software for inferring biological knowledge from millions of short reads, and will optimize and validate application software.