The Department of Chemistry at Columbia University invites applications for an Associate Research Scientist appointment who will serve as the manager of the shared Mass Spectrometry core facility. The facility consists several Mass Spectrometers including a Waters Xevo QTOF, Bruker MALDITOF/TOF with imaging capability, Waters Synapt QTOF with DESI imaging capability, Agilent GC-MS, and two quadrupole instruments. The candidate's responsibilities include: collaborate with investigators to solve chemical and biochemical problems, implement new technologies in the Center, maintain and troubleshoot instruments, measure submitted samples, direct user billing, instruct students in instrument operation, develop training procedures and guides, and teach Mass Spectrometry to students with diverse backgrounds.
Internal Number: 6804
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