Assistant Research Scientist

NYU Langone Health
Job Location
580 First Avenue
New York, NY 10016
Job Description

We have an exciting opportunity to join our team as a Assistant Research Scientist.

In this role, the successful candidate The Genome Technology Core (GTC) is a fee-for-service laboratory operated by the NYU Langone Medical Center as a state-of-the-art shared resource for biomedical researchers. The GTC staff members provide their knowledge and expertise in a broad variety of service-type genomics applications to the research community at NYULMC. They work closely with investigators to define optimal experimental design, develop and maintain standards for all service procedures and troubleshooting, and provide guidance and service in data management and analysis.

Under the direct supervision of the Director of GTC, the Assistant Research Scientist will be responsible for performing a variety of complex laboratory tasks and standardized procedures to provide high quality genomics resource support for the research community



To qualify you must have a Minimum M.S. with at least two years of experience in a high throughput genome based research laboratory. Experience with NGS sequencing, library preparation and lab automation is strongly preferred. In addition to the responsibilities and duties of Assistant Research Scientist listed above, the candidate is expected to perform all general and advanced procedures within the lab with minimal or no supervision. S/he will assist in the planning of experiments as well as in the interpretation of the results. The Assistant Research Scientist is expected to train and provide supervision to junior level lab personnel in established laboratory policies, methods, and procedures. He/she is also expected to use specific software in the analysis and interpretation of the results of experiments. May be required to take responsibility for most procedures in the absence of the Director. It is expected that an Assistant Research Scientist in the Genome Technology Center has and will be continuously building both the knowledge and experience in specific areas such as Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, lab automation and genomics-oriented bioinformatics etc.

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