Senior Scientist / Director, Human Cells, Tissues, and Organoids Core
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POSITION SUMMARY: Senior scientist position available in the Human Cells, Tissues, and Organoids (hCTO) Core of the Center of Regenerative Medicine. This position will serve as the Director of the hCTO Core and will be responsible for the running of the Core; this includes, but is not limited to: maintaining and differentiating human pluripotent stem cells, adopting and developing new differentiation and organoid culture methods, coordinating with researchers on the use of the hCTO Core, maintaining and operating core equipment, maintaining ESCRO protocols, and participating in group and one-on-one training sessions. Interest in developing new stem cell methods and/or FACS experience would be a plus.
PRINCIPAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Collaborates with PI on the design, conduct and reporting of research projects.
- Assists with grant preparation and reporting. May submit grant proposals in rare circumstances with the approval of the PI, Department Head and Dean.
- Prepares and submits papers on research.
- Develops hypotheses to be tested and ways of testing it.
- Complies with established safety procedures and maintaining required documentation on laboratory and specimen conditions.
- Manages research projects with other institutions and investigators.
CRITICAL SKILLS/EXPERTISE: Analytical reasoning and problem-solving skills. Demonstrated working knowledge of standard laboratory policies, procedures and equipment. Ability to communicate in oral and written form with all levels of personnel and technical publications. Must be able to work well independently or as a team member. Must have experience maintaining and differentiating human pluripotent stem cells.
MINIMUM EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE: Requires PhD, M.D. or equivalent terminal degree and at least 3 years of Postdoctoral experience.
Questions can be addressed to Angela Bowman, PhD at abowman/at/wustl.edu
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