The Department of Environmental Health Sciences is seeking to hire an Assistant Professor (non-tenure track) who would assume the role of Director of its Trace Metals Core Laboratory to replace a retiring faculty member. The Trace Metals Core laboratory was created in 1985 and has since provided for the measurement of an array of metal, metalloid and metalloid metabolite analyses in biological samples for scores of investigators within and outside of Columbia University. The lab's website, which describes the operations and activities of the lab, is here: https://www.mailman.columbia.edu/programs/niehs-center-environmental-health-northern-manhattan/integrative-health-sciences#trace
The laboratory provides analytical support to a small number of major users who conduct either epidemiological studies or clinical trials, as well as an ad hoc number of minor users who approach the lab Director with specific analytical needs. The laboratory receives grant support from an NIEHS-funded P30 Center Grant,
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