Staff Associate I in the Department of Systems Biology
Irving Cancer Research Center, 1130 St. Nicholas Avenue, 8th Floor
New York, NY 10032
Seeking a Staff Associate I in the Single Cell Analysis Core (website: https://systemsbiology.columbia.edu/genome-center…) who will primarily prepare sequencing libraries beginning with project design through loading the sequencer, including any troubleshooting. The Staff Associate I will pilot new techniques for the core as needed,and will perform experiments on a weekly schedule as assigned by supervisor. The Staff Associate I will be expected to run most Single Cell experiments without supervision, but expected to check with Director if we receive a more difficult sample (about 10-20% of experiments wind up in this category).
Responsibilities and duties:
Knowledge and understanding of the field of genomics, in particular how the field supports the broader research of the Columbia scientific community. A special focus on single cell techniques. Interact daily with researchers to provide technical expertise. 30%
Apply analytical skills to help problem-solve with other staff associates and the Director. 10%
Works independently to design and execute projects with minimal supervision. Expected to show a medium level of initiative and independent judgement. 10%
Required to implement established protocols to support projects, using a comprehensive understanding of research techniques, software and instruments. 30%
Assist collaboratively research groups, explain complex information. Contributing in preparation of publications (manuscripts, funding proposals). 20%
Bachelor's degree in biology or related field.
1 year of related experience
Knowledge of pipetting techniques, running enzymatic reactions, documentation and sample tracking.
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