When you’re part of the team at Thermo Fisher Scientific, you’ll do important work. Surrounded by collaborative colleagues, you’ll have the support and opportunities that only a global leader can give you. Our respected, growing organization has an exceptional strategy for the near term and beyond. Take your place on our strong team, and help us make significant
contributions to the world.
Design and analysis of DNA constructs
Use software tools for molecular modelling and construct design
Presentation of data at internal scientific meetings and for external stakeholders
Review current scientific literature and journal articles to keep up with scientific advancements
Ensure quality control of lab procedures and analyses
Maintain a lab environment and safety equipment as per industry standards
Perform analyses of biological specimens for discovery and quality control purposes
Prepare stains, culture media, solutions, and reagents
Use samples using aseptic techniques
Analyze test results and prepare reports for a variety of stakeholders
Consult with government agencies and health industry stakeholders as required
Creating and managing schedules and budgetary timelines alongside project protocols
Navigating ethical protocols, regulations, and best practices
Overseeing equipment and instruments
Consulting with policy-makers and other stakeholders regarding the use and interpretation of molecular biology information
Advising and judiciously sharing information with outside agencies and researchers
Writing scientific reports and articles for internal or external partners
Designing and developing data collection and analysis techniques
Providing input for software programs to support predictive modeling of gene expressions
Planning, organizing, and participating in community outreach programs for people who have been impacted by genetic risk and mutation
Ensuring that systems and methods of design, planning, data analysis, modeling and projections, associated documentation
and development meet the goals of the workgroup and stakeholders
Creating funding applications and reporting to senior administrators
Overseeing team budgets, milestones, and systems
Assisting and mentoring team members
Establishing valid and efficient workgroup protocols
Ensuring standards of confidentiality are met in the healthcare setting
Skills and Education
M.S. with five years or more of experience or PhD with one year experience in the mentioned field is a must.
Candidate should have extensive experience in cell biology, biochemistry and immunoassays.
Should be proficient in cell signaling pathways and proficient with cellular model systems, biochemical assays and fluorescent assays used to study various aspects of cell signaling.
Attention to detail, GLP and prior experience in cell culture techniques is a must. The candidate should have published in peer-reviewed journals in any of the signal transduction pathways and should have extensive experience with physiological modulation of cell-based systems.
Knowledge of oncogenes, stem cells, IPSCs is a must. IHC experience will be considered a bonus.
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legally protected status.