RESEA01067 Research Scholar
Make your Impact on Society
Are you a scientist looking to make a profound difference? Join a culture of revolutionary research that is looking to eradicate HIV. This position is funded and hired through NCIRE- The Veterans Health Research Institute which is affiliated with San Francisco VA Medical Center and the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), a world leader in HIV/AIDS research and treatment. The incumbent will be working within the laboratory of world renown HIV expert, and UCSF Principal Investigator, Dr. Steven Yukl on the campus of the San Francisco VA Medical Center via NCIRE.
Dr. Yukl is looking for a post-doctoral fellow/research scholar (Ph.D., M.D., or M.D./Ph.D.) who is interested in making their mark on society by advancing the lives of those living with HIV.
Current antiviral medicines have revolutionized the lives of those with HIV, but there is more to do. Below are listed the essential functions and requirement for this existing research opportunity:
Assist in maintaining and monitoring all equipment and procedures for quality control
Review pertinent medical literature
Design and execute experiments using molecular and cell biology techniques
Process human biological samples, including isolation of cells from blood and tissues; store and ship samples
Perform molecular biology procedures, including DNA and RNA isolation, PCR, gel electrophoresis, reverse transcription, ddPCR, next generation sequencing, and possibly others
Perform cell culture procedures, including culture of primary cells, flow cytometry, single cell analysis methods, and possibly other techniques
Implement, trouble-shoot, optimize, and develop new assays, making innovative contributions to laboratory procedures
Assist with training of research methods and approaches to laboratory group
Maintain detailed written record of work performed
Perform analysis of experiment results and findings, including data collection, entry, statistical analysis, and graph creation
Produce written reports detailing results of experiments and analysis of results; draft manuscripts of results for publication
Present oral and/or poster reports at laboratory, local, and national meetings
Assist with composition of grant applications
Adhere to data security requirements
Perform other duties as assigned
PhD in biological related science, MD, MD/PhD, or equivalent combination of education and experience
2+ years of experience in laboratory research
Knowledge of principles and practice of cellular and molecular biology
Working knowledge of safety standards in laboratories
Excellent organizational skills
Careful attention to detail; ability to accurately follow experimental protocols
Ability to manage multiple projects, tasks, and priorities to achieve desired goals.
Ability to think creatively, solve problems, and meet deadlines
Ability to work under minimal supervision
Strong written/oral communication skills
Computer literacy with full working knowledge of MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and graphing software
Ability to analyze data and perform statistical analyses.
Ability to make sound decisions in a manner consistent with the essential job functions.
For more information about Northern California Institute for Research and Education (NCIRE) or to apply for this exciting opportunity, please visit us at www.ncire.org.
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