Research - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Staff/Administrative
Location: Hyde Park Campus
1) The Research Program Manager will oversee and supervise allÂ operationalÂ aspects of a large research program within the Chang Lab.
2) This will require a comprehensive understanding of the background, rationale, aims, strategy, and deliverables of each component of the program.
3) Weekly dialogue with principle investigators and team leaders of the program to assess progress and direction.
4) Identify and implement operational changes that will enhance efficiency of workflow andÂ programmatic integration.
5) Intellectual contribution, leadership, and ownership of key elements of the program.
6) Assist in writing of manuscripts, grants, and progress reports.
7) Report to Dr. Chang on a weekly basis.
8) Administrative duties including -filing and maintaining IRB and IACUC protocols, upload content and information to the programâ™s website and prepare the agenda and arranging monthly video conferences and theÂ annual in-person meetings all all program participants.
9) Perform independent investigative work (designing in vivo and in vitro experimental studies, acquiring and interpreting data, and assisting in writing of manuscripts).
10) Supervise/mentor/direct lab personnel in their research projects including Research Technicians, Sr. Research Technologists and assist trainees to complete their research goals .
11) Explore the interactions of the gut microbiome and host, using cultivation-dependent andÂ â“independent approaches in the context of heath and disease.
12) Work with mouse and human-derived tissues and cells, and have the experience and knowledge to establish gut-derive intestinal epithelial organoids. 13) Perform geneticÂ engineering of both host and microbial cells toÂ interrogate gene function and regulation.
14) Provide services and reagents for research community (train personnel in organoid techniques, provide cell culture media and cell lines for maintaining organoids).Â 15) Manage laboratory equipment (laser microdissection microscope, anaerobic chamber, cryostat) Â
1) Advanced knowledge in relevant scientific field.
2) Advanced knowledge of research techniques or methods.
3) Knowledge of regulatory policies and procedures.
4) Analytical skills.
5) Problem-solving skills.
6) Attention to detail.
7) Organizational skills.
8) Verbal and written communication skills
9) Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
10) Ability to train others.
11) Knowledge of Microsoft Office.
12) Supervisory skills.
1) Master's degree or higher in a scientific field
1) Previous Academic Medical Center experience
2) Previous lab management experience
2) Cover letter
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