Stanford University Jobs 2017 – Research Scientist, US
Stanford University – School of Medicine: Menlo Park has invited applications for the recruitment of Research Scientist. The Research Scientist will be involved directly in the execution, and frequently the design of research activities.
Job Title: Research Scientist (77040)
Job Location: School of Medicine – Menlo Park
Educational Qualification: PhD degree in the related scientific field and five years of related experience, or Master’s and ten years of related experience.
Years of Experience: 5 years for PhD or 10 years for Master’s
- Comprehensive understanding of scientific principles, especially in regard to bone marrow and peripheral blood composition and bone marrow transplantation
- Expert level knowledge and skills in the field of science related to the research project.
- Technical competence with in vitro bone marrow manipulation and stromal cell culture, flow cytometry cell sorting, RNA expression and sequencing.
- MD, PhD or equivalent with prior relevant training in Biology, Physiology, Biochemistry or related field.
- Optimally 15+ years of experience in molecular and cell biology.
- Significant experience and expertise with manipulation of bone marrow progenitor cells and bone marrow stromal cells (primary and immortalized cells).
- Design research approaches for a major portion of the research project(s), including background research, experimental design and execution, problem-solving, and writing up for publication.
- Develop new protocols; test and evaluate a variety of approaches.
- Perform complex (lab and/or field) experiments, and maintain detailed records of experiments and outcomes; analyze and interpret research data resulting from original procedures and methods.
- Assist with new research proposals and applications for funding and grants.
- Lead or participate in multidisciplinary teams across different faculties or schools.
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