Microbiology Research Scientist

Organization
HackEd
Job Location
Silver Spring, MD 20910
Salary
Competitive
Job Description

We are looking for a Microbiology Research scientist in Silver Spring, MD working at WRAIR.

    1. Serve as assistant investigator with scientific and technical skills to develop relevant phenotypic, genotypic and taxonomic assays, models and systems (in vitro and in vivo) related to the cause, effect and clinical management of MDRO surveillance and infections.
    2. Serve as technical expert in the microbial pathogenesis and related virulence factors in animal or clinical trial protocols.
    3. Serve as technical expert in the host and immune response to immune modulation and/or infectious disease in animal or clinical trial protocols.
    4. Serve as technical expert to investigate microbial colonization and explore novel methods to mitigate infection.
    5. Draft research protocols and grant proposals for scientific review and conduct the approved research.
    6. Observe, instruct and validate technician performance.
    7. Keep accurate and complete records of research done in accordance with applicable standards.
    8. Submit reports and data summaries as requested and prepare research results for presentation and publication in the scientific literature.
    9. Comply with occupational health and safety standards and other applicable regulations and guidelines which may include medical surveillance.
    10. Attend relevant seminars, scientific conferences, and meetings to the MRSN
Requirements

Minimum Qualifications: 

1.  PhD in a scientific discipline with minimum 5 years experience in Microbiology.    

 2.  Experience in the microbial pathogenesis and related virulence factors in animal or clinical trial protocols.

 3.  Experience in the host and immune response to immune modulation and/or infectious disease in animal or clinical trial protocols.

4.  Experience in writing research protocols and grant proposals for scientific review.

 

How to Apply

Send resume, name and job title to [email protected]

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