The Department of Surgery, Division of Abdominal Transplantation seeks a Laboratory Research Operations Analyst to provide administrative and scientific support for a research program in a laboratory headed by a surgeon-scientist.
The successful candidate will be responsible for the daily administration and operation of the laboratory. They will also assist with the design and execute complex scientific experiments using advanced molecular and cellular techniques and able to analyze and interpret the resulting research data. To assist with the development and implementation of new or revised research methodologies, they will be able to test experimental designs, sampling techniques, and analytical methods. They will monitor laboratory animal (mouse) colonies and perform maintenance duties as required. They will collaborate with faculty and staff members to further the goals of the research program by establishing standard operating procedures and providing support to the training laboratory staff. Additionally, they will support and coordinate laboratory activities and work assignments of postdoctoral researchers, graduate and undergraduate students, and laboratory research staff.
They will perform critical analyses of literature relevant to the research being undertaken and assist in the preparation of research papers and manuscripts for publication and presentation along with contributing to the writing of project reports and other documents.
They will assist the principal investigator in the preparation of proposals to obtain funding in support of the research and will represent the organization when working with funding agencies and developing financial resources and programs. They will monitor and coordinate periodic maintenance and testing of laboratory equipment.
They will monitor laboratory supply inventory, initiate the procurement of supplies and equipment, and will track laboratory expenditures, and assist with budgeting and financial reporting. They will monitor and assure safety and compliance with all regulatory requirements including those associated with HIPAA, IRB, IBC, IACUC, and EHS, and they will maintain responsibility of periodic laboratory inspections by internal or external agencies. They will track laboratory expenditures and assist with budgeting and financial reporting.
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