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Current Job Postings

  • 16 May 2024 3:34 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    POSITION TITLE: Postdoctoral Positions in the Roehrl Lab at BIDMC/Harvard (Boston): Cancer Multi-Omics and/or Autoimmunity
    COMPANY: Roehrl Lab at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC)
    LOCATION: Boston, MA

    Summary of Position: 

    The Roehrl Lab at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) and Harvard Medical School in Boston has immediate postdoc openings (PhD, MD/PhD, or MD) for motivated individuals with strong backgrounds in cell/cancer biology, immunology, stem cell biology, biochemistry, disease models (cell culture, organoids, xenografts, or animal models), proteomics (mass spectrometry)/genomics, and/or informatics.

    The Roehrl Lab studies various human cancers (colon, lung, pancreas, and sarcomas) using integrated multi-omic approaches and functional ex vivo models. We are also studying how the immune system recognizes autoantigens in cancer and the interplay between stem cells and autoimmunity and cancer.

    Come join the Roehrl Lab at BIDMC/Harvard Medical School!

    Qualifications

    • Recent PhD or MD/PhD in a relevant field (such as Molecular Biology, Biochemistry, Proteomics/Genomics, or related field), or MD with extensive lab experience equivalent to a PhD
    • Laboratory Skills, Research, and Data Analysis skills
    • Experience in Physics or related field
    • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
    • Attention to detail and ability to work independently
    • Experience in cancer research or autoimmunity research is a plus

    Please contact the PI, Dr. Michael H. Roehrl, at michael_roehrl@bidmc.harvard.edu


  • 02 May 2024 10:22 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    POSITION TITLE: Principal Bioinformatics Scientist, Protein Decoding
    COMPANY: Nautilus Biotechnology
    LOCATION: San Carlos, CA 

    Summary of Position: 

    Nautilus seeks a leader whose communication, strategic thinking, and leadership abilities are as strong as their technical abilities. Their responsibilities will extend beyond the scientific. They'll cultivate a respectful environment, promoting open dialogue and nurturing team growth through individualized development plans. They will anticipate, define, and prioritize future technical directions for the protein decoding algorithms and workflows based on a holistic understanding of their product and customer needs. Research of these approaches is highly inter-dependent on many active research efforts across Nautilus including sample preparation, design of short-epitope recognition molecules, and instrument engineering. With so many moving parts and interactions, change is the expectation. As a people manager, this role requires an ability to maintain focus on key objectives and core principles while managing change effectively. They'll also manage recruitment initiatives for team expansion and set and monitor quarterly objectives.

    This position will report to the Associate Director of Bioinformatics. This position is based in either San Carlos, CA, San Diego, CA, or Seattle, WA. A minimum of three days in office, preferred.

    Link to full description here

    Contact information: Tisha Graham, Sr. Recruiter, Nautilus tishag@nautilus.bio


  • 02 May 2024 10:09 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    POSITION TITLE: Associate Director, Bioinformatics Upstream R&D
    COMPANY: Nautilus Biotechnology
    LOCATION: San Carlos, CA or Seattle, WA

    Summary of Position: 

    Nautilus is hiring for an Associate Director to lead their Upstream R&D Bioinformatics Team. Being successful in their goal of delivering novel proteomic results to the world is dependent on their ability to perform targeted discovery and characterization of a large set of affinity reagents (probes) which, in turn, will provide differential information via their binding behaviors about the proteins and proteoforms under analysis on the Nautilus platform. This individual will work closely with experimentalists and scientists on the probe development and qualification, assay development, and biochemistry teams, as well as other senior bioinformatics leaders within the company, to guide their probe discovery approaches, generate quantitative metrics for probe performance, and assist with the characterization efforts required to make these probes effective for all platform applications.

    This position will report to the Associate Director, Bioinformatics and can be in San Carlos, CA; Seattle, WA; and we are open to consider San Diego, CA.

    Link to full description here

    Contact information: Tisha Graham, Sr. Recruiter,Nautilus tishag@nautilus.bio

  • 22 Apr 2024 11:50 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    POSITION TITLE: Senior Analytical Technician - Protein Interactions
    COMPANY: Macquarie University 
    LOCATION: Sydney, Australia 

    Summary of Position: The Australian Proteome Analysis Facility (APAF) is seeking a proteomics expert who is ready to join our Protein Interactions team as a Senior Analytical Technician.

    APAF is a NATA accredited facility within the Macquarie Analytical and Fabrication Facility (MAFF), providing research support, expertise and services in proteomics to the Australian and international research community. The facility currently hosts significant infrastructure and specialist expertise in mass spectrometry based proteomics, bioinformatics, mass photometry, amino acid analysis and array technology.

    This role will be part of the Protein Interactions team at APAF, one of the four teams which make up the specialist areas of the facility (Bioinformatics, Mass Spectrometry, Protein Analysis, and Protein Interactions). Reporting to the Protein Interactions Technology Manager you will:

    Provide expert technical support to internal and external clients, collaborators and industry partners;

    Contribute to the research and development of experimental methods, techniques and/or technologies;

    Implement new analytical procedures, and review and maintain procedures for a specialist stream;

    Prepare samples, collect data, and provide expert data analysis and interpretation. Prepare outputs, including reports, for clients and collaborators;

    Undertake complex instrument troubleshooting and maintain laboratory instruments, equipment and maintenance schedules;

    Train and supervise staff, students and external users in laboratory instruments and practices including sample preparation, instrumentation techniques and data interpretation.

    Link to full description: https://rb.gy/71e8u7

    Contact information: Belinda Schiller, Head of Macquarie Analytical and Fabrication Facility at belinda.schiller@mq.edu.au




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