PUCL Job#1217 - HRI Scientist. Cytof - RoswellPark (Posted Jan 16, 2019)

Description of Duties: 

Health Research, Inc. (HRI) Roswell Park Division is seeking a HRI Scientist. The HRI Scientist will operate the Helios (CyTOF) /Hyperion Imaging Mass Cytometer. This instruments combine mass spectroscopy and flow cytometry for high-speed acquisition of multi-parametric data, with simultaneous detection of 40 metal-conjugated antibodies with minimal signal overlap. The HRI Scientist is responsible for daily management and operation of the Helios/Hyperion Imaging Mass Cytometer, establishes standardized operating procedures (SOP), assists users in experimental design and setup, and provides consultation and data interpretation to users. They also train and educate users, process and analyze data for QA/QC, set-up and maintain antibody bank and reagent base, prepare antibodymetal conjugates, and optimize and titrate antibodies. They are also responsible for Data analysis – work with Bioinformatics and Pathology teams and collaborators. The HRI Scientist will work alongside faculty, research scientists, and postdoctoral fellows to design assays, process samples, and analyze high dimensional data produced by the instruments and may also work on independent projects and experiments.


Applicants must have a M.D. or PhD in an appropriate field; or a Master’s degree in an appropriate field. The preferred candidate will have a Ph.D. in Immunology, Biochemistry, Life Sciences, or a related field and a minimum of five years’ work experience. They will also have prior experience with flow cytometry, experience with mass cytometry, and experience in bioinformatics. They will have the ability to learn new techniques and troubleshoot assays, will be a good team player, independent, and will have good communication and interpersonal skills. They will also have excellent customer service skills.

Interested applicants can apply by referencing posting #6341 to 




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