The individual will be responsible for leading and participating in collaborative research projects targeted to assay or technology development that advances cancer early detection research. This includes, but is not limited to, maintaining a high level of professional expertise in the field; supervising and providing guidance and mentorship to other scientists within the laboratory; designing and directing or executing experiments; and establishing laboratory procedures and systems that enforce and maintain a high level of organization in the lab. The individual will have demonstrated success in leading, managing and participating in large collaborative projects or programs and a distinguished record of scientific and technical accomplishments. S/he will have the ability to gain the confidence of other scientists, and staff, and the ability to develop strategic relationships and partnerships with key constituents.
For this position, we are specifically looking for someone with expertise in the development of biosensors and assays for measuring and detecting cellular processes. Expertise in biochemistry, molecular biology, chemistry and novel cell biology tool development is a component are highly desired.
Required: Doctoral degree in a relevant field and 7 years of relevant post-doctoral work experience.
Preferred: At least 4 years of supervisory and project management experience. Expertise in early cancer detection, expertise in one of our focus areas: early detection technology, risk stratification, population health and prevention, prognosis assessment, early therapeutics.
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