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We are searching for a Flow Cytometry Technologist II— someone who works well in a fast-paced setting. In this position, you will work closely with the clinicians and research faculty in the Cancer & Hematology Centers to utilize advanced skills in Flow Cytometry. You will achieve clinical diagnoses and implement research goals for the center and maintain/document all laboratory and equipment to standards set by the College of American Pathologists (CAP). Lastly, you will assist the Cancer Centers faculty, clinicians, postdoctoral fellows, and staff with clinical and related research techniques, learning new instrumentation (Helios CyTOF, BD FACS Symphony, BD Aria Fusion, Sony SH800 sorter etc.) and developing new procedures.
Think you’ve got what it takes?
· Process and run samples (Research and Clinical) on various Flow Cytometers (Analyzers and Sorters)
· Assist researchers in multiparametric flow cytometry panel design, instrument maintenance and trouble-shooting,
· Archive and manage all data to servers daily
· Receive and process various specimens including solid body materials and fluids such as blood, bone marrow, exudates, and scrapings according to established Flow Cytometry procedures
· Prepare results and reports by performing necessary calculations to report to the Medical Director
· Run CAP samples upon receipt and assists in submitting results
· Run quality control checks on all reagents that are obtained from outside sources as well as those made inhouse
· Assist in maintaining a stock of all needed reagents and consumables
· Assist Supervisor in working on Procedures and Validation protocols.
· Bachelor’s degree in Natural Sciences
· Minimum of 3 years of lab experience, including one (1) year of experience
with flow cytometry