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Exciting opportunity to join the In Vivo Services team in Sacramento, CA! Working under general supervision, the In Vivo Technologist will be responsible for supporting studies assigned to the Sacramento team by consistently executing procedures according to protocol and associated SOPs. This individual will be a collaborative member of the cross functional In Vivo department and may be assigned to assist the Innovation Product Development team.ivo Technologist will be responsible for supporting studies assigned to the Sacramento team by consistently executing procedures according to protocol and associated SOPs. This individual will be a collaborative member of the cross functional In Vivo department and may be assigned to assist the Innovation Product Development team.
Technologist II, Clinical Assay Development
Full Time, Farmington CT
With oversight from the Scientist of Clinical Assay Development, the Technologist II, Clinical Assay Development (CLIA) will be responsible for processing research samples using cutting-edge technologies for nucleic acid analysis, including but not limited to next-generation sequencing, Sanger sequencing, ddPCR, methylation array and associated sample preparation technologies. These activities will be performed under CLIA/CAP regulations and will directly impact human health and thus must meet the highest possible standards for quality and integrity. The Technologist I, II or III, Clinical Assay Development (CLIA) are distinguishable primarily by level of experience, supervision required, proficiency in problem solving, certification and wider range of training
Working under minimal supervision from the manager of Genome Technologies, the incumbent is responsible for testing, developing, streamlining, improving and implementing protocols (new or existing) using cutting-edge nucleic acid and library preparation, next generation sequencing (NGS) and associated technologies. The incumbent will work directly with the research and clinical labs to provide services and training. Responsibilities include testing new protocols, preparing biological samples,constructing genomic libraries and operating NGS technologies. Good knowledge in molecular biology and strong hands-on skills are critical in protocol development and implementation. Experience in automation and protocol/process scale-up highly desired, as is direct experience with operating Illumina sequencers (HiSeq, NextSeq, MiSeq) and/or PacBio Sequencers. Strong interpersonal and written and oral communications skills are required. In addition, a Technologist III will be responsible for mentoring and training other members of the lab.
Our Physiology and Cardiac Phenotyping team focuses on identifying phenotypes in genetic models of human diseases such as cardiovascular disease, vision, hearing and brain disorders. Using the mouse as our model organism, we apply a range of gold standard and cutting edge technologies to study the phenotypic consequences of genetic manipulations. This includes cardiac ultrasound; cardiac pressure volume loop ; telemetry blood pressure, electrocardiogram (ECG) and eletroencephogram (EEG) ; electroretinogram(ERG); and auditory brainstem response (ABR) et al.
We are looking to recruit an enthusiastic and skilled Research Assistant to perform physiological characterization of mice using the above phenotyping assays. The day to day activities of the role will include schedule coordination, experimental design, developing and documenting methodology, conducting procedures, data collection, quality control and analysis, as well as assisting in the preparation of publications and reports.
CLINICAL GENOMIC TECHOLOGIST, COVID 19
Full Time, Temporary (3-6 months)
The Clinical Genomics Technologist II will be responsible for accessioning and processing COVID19 clinical samples in the Clinical Genomics Laboratory. These activities will be performed under CLIA/CAP regulations and will directly impact human health and thus must meet the highest possible standards for quality and integrity.
This is a key technical role in supporting the Genetic Engineering Technologies (GET) molecular and cellular laboratory capabilities. This individual may have a greater focus on either molecular or cellular biology or may be cross trained to support both areas.
This individual should be capable of understanding molecular design/processes, executing the necessary molecular lab protocols criticial to the creation, and validation of, genetically engineered animals. This individual reports to the Molecular Biology lab manager in GET. The Technician also works in tight alignment with GET Study Directors and other GET staff members to ensure rapid turnaround of high quality molecular data. They are expected to identify and pursue process improvements to increase capabilities and capacity.
This position may occasionally require non-standard working hours (weekends).