Responsibilities include conducting research on applying expansion microscopy to the visualization of mouse brain tissues and teaching and deploying such technologies into collaborating labs, writing proposals to secure further research funding, writing and presenting research results, collaborating with and helping research group team members and other collaborating students and postdocs on mouse brain research, and assisting with lab coordination.
Responsibilities include conducting research on the design and development of technologies, as well as validation of the developed technologies, via molecular and cellular techniques using the larval zebrafish model.
Responsibilities include helping to design, validate, and optimize the expansion microscopy and in situ sequencing protocols and helping apply the resulting tools to normal and diseased brain tissue and a diversity of other tissue types such as cancers and helping to analyze the data.
Ability to design solutions and serve as a resource for others; understanding of the contexts, cultures, and politics within institutions that impact the implementation and management of effective diversity change efforts.
Coordinating the interviewing process, negotiating salaries, and other related search processes. Will also on-board advancement staff, coordinate payroll, administer leave of absences, assist with the rollout and tracking of annual processes such as performance management, and assist with HR-STM strategic projects as needed.
lease amendments, access agreements, and non-disclosure agreements; devise and implement strategies for identifying and processing large volumes of documents/information, especially electronically-stored.
working with development and project teams to identify the new needed applications and improvements; working with the HKJC central team to ensure that both computational platforms run successfully in the schools with which the team will be working; supporting and communicating with the researchers and educators using App Inventor.
Will lead the project of developing and adapting technologies for NHP cloning. Responsibilities will include working with genome-editing teams and applying knowledge and skills to establish cloning technologies, supervising technical associates working on the project, and involvement in manuscript preparation and grant writing.
Will collaborate with the funding sponsor and LAE's leadership team and assist in supervising LAE graduate students.
Will explore the technical, environmental, and economic viability of coprocessing biogenic lipids with petroleum feedstocks.
Will work in close collaboration with experts in computational chemistry, computational physics, computer science, and chemical engineering. Machine learning and data science efforts have made wide impact in modern chemistry research, but the study of propellants and explosives has not seen significant contribution from work leveraging those techniques.