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Recent jobs published on Bio Careers http://ucdenver.biocareers.com/ Fri, 23 Jun 2017 20:19:13 -0700 Fri, 23 Jun 2017 20:20:02 -0700 Patent Attorney | IP Litigation Associate, Philadelphia, US Patent Attorney | IP Litigation Associate Highly respected trial practice. IP Associate. Participate in all phases of sophisticated patent litigation work. Responsibility will be commensurate with experience. This is an excellent opportunity to do substantive litigation work within a well established and growing practice wherein productive associates are appreciated. 6/4/2017 10:17:22 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Junior to Mid-Level Patent Prosecution Attorney or Agent -PhD, Philadelphia, US Junior to Mid-Level Patent Prosecution Attorney or Agent -PhD Top Philadelphia firm: currently seeking an exceptional junior to mid-level associate or patent agent to join the firm's growing intellectual property practice in the Philadelphia office. The successful candidate will have 1-5 years’ experience in drafting and prosecuting patent applications, assisting in the preparation of opinions in the biotechnology area and conducting prior art searches. 6/4/2017 10:17:22 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Mid-level IP Litigation Attorney with biochemistry experience, Philadelphia, US Mid-level IP Litigation Attorney with biochemistry experience Philadelphia office of our client seeks mid-level IP litigation attorney with relevant experience. 6/4/2017 10:17:21 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Attorney &amp; Legal Support, Philadelphia, US Attorney &amp; Legal Support The Judge Advocate General's (JAG) Corps<br /><br />You could make history establishing new laws in other nations. You may work with NATO forces to help create a safe and secure environment. The JAG Corps is ideal for young lawyers looking to expand their career opportunities and gain hands-on legal experience. Officers are allowed to litigate cases soon after reporting for duty and are required to practice in several fields, which gives them a wider range of experience and a higher level of responsibility than their civilian sector counterparts.<br /><br />As a member of the JAG Corps, you will encounter opportunities and experiences far beyond those you would expect from an ordinary law firm. Specific areas of practice include: military justice, legal assistance, international law, operational law, administrative law, environmental law, civil litigation, humanitarian assistance and refugee law, admiralty and maritime law, and legislative liaison.<br /><br />Legalman<br /><br />As a Legalman with America’s Navy, you have the opportunity to make a difference to your nation and the world, with responsibilities that may include:<br /><br /> Providing assistance to Sailors and their families as well as to JAG Officers<br /> Serving as office manager<br /> Assisting in preparation of legal forms, letters and requests<br /> Maintaining records and official publications<br /> Preparing official accounts of hearings, investigations, courts-martial and courts of inquiry<br /> Processing appeals<br /> Other administrative and clerical duties 6/4/2017 10:17:21 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Patent Associate, Agent, or Partner | Mechanical, Electrical, Biotech 5+ ye, Philadelphia, US Patent Associate, Agent, or Partner | Mechanical, Electrical, Biotech 5+ ye Patent Attorney. Patent procurement, patent opinions, patent licensing, due diligence, patent portfolio strategy work, client counseling. 6/4/2017 10:17:21 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Partners | Senior Patent Attorneys, Philadelphia, US Partners | Senior Patent Attorneys We are working with a unique law firm that has implemented a modern business model designed to attract and keep performers and clients. This is a very well established practice with offices nationwide. They are growing quickly and have succeeded in attracting partners, Of Counsels, and Senior Associates from Biglaw and major IP boutiques. 6/4/2017 10:17:20 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Patent Attorney Philadelphia | IP Associate | Intellectual Property, Philadelphia, US Patent Attorney Philadelphia | IP Associate | Intellectual Property Patent Associate. 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This will be a mix of small molecule chemistry, biochemistry, and biological work. 6/4/2017 10:17:19 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Patent | IP | Intellectual Property Attorney | Associate, Philadelphia, US Patent | IP | Intellectual Property Attorney | Associate Philadelphia, PA. Law Firm. IP Associate Litigation. Litigation, client counseling. Strength in life sciences. 6/4/2017 10:17:19 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Of Counsel / Partner / Patent Attorney, Philadelphia, US Of Counsel / Partner / Patent Attorney Lateral Partner or Counsel with book of portable business. Established firm with an expanding Intellectual Property practice. The ideal candidate will posses experience executing, managing, and counseling across a broad range of functional areas. Experience in the following areas will be valued: patent procurement (USPTO, PCT), opinions (patentability, right-to-use, infringement, validity, Hatch-Waxman), technology transactions (in / out-licensing, joint development agreements, portfolio acquisitions, IP assessments related to M&A), patent litigation. 6/4/2017 10:17:19 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Attorney &amp; Legal Support, Philadelphia, US Attorney &amp; Legal Support As a Legalman with America’s Navy, you have the opportunity to make a difference to your nation and the world, with responsibilities that may include:<br /><br /> Providing assistance to Sailors and their families as well as to JAG Officers<br /> Serving as office manager<br /> Assisting in preparation of legal forms, letters and requests<br /> Maintaining records and official publications<br /> Preparing official accounts of hearings, investigations, courts-martial and courts of inquiry<br /> Processing appeals<br /> Other administrative and clerical duties 6/4/2017 10:17:18 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Patent Associate, Agent, or Partner | Mechanical, Electrical, Biotech, Philadelphia, US Patent Associate, Agent, or Partner | Mechanical, Electrical, Biotech Patent procurement, patent opinions, patent licensing, due diligence, patent portfolio strategy work, client counseling. 6/4/2017 10:17:18 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers IP/Patent Partner, Philadelphia, US IP/Patent Partner The Philadelphia office of a multi-disciplinary commercial law firm seeks to expand its Intellectual Property Group with the addition of senior-level attorneys with 6 or more years experience in its Philadelphia office. 6/4/2017 10:17:18 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Patent | IP | Intellectual Property Attorney | Associate, Philadelphia, US Patent | IP | Intellectual Property Attorney | Associate IP Associate Litigation. Litigation, client counseling. 6/4/2017 10:17:17 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Junior to Mid-Level Patent Prosecution Attorney or Agent -PhD, Philadelphia, US Junior to Mid-Level Patent Prosecution Attorney or Agent -PhD Currently seeking an exceptional junior to mid-level associate or patent agent to join the firm's growing intellectual property practice in the Philadelphia office. 6/4/2017 10:17:17 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Medical Science Liaison II Oncology Territory, Dewitt, US Medical Science Liaison II Oncology Territory The primary responsibilities of this role, Medical Science Liaison II are to:<br /><br /><br /><br /> Provide scientific and objective information to healthcare providers and researchers in therapeutic areas of interest to Bayer;<br /> Responsible for supporting Oncology;<br /> Serves as technical and scientific support in the field for healthcare providers ensuring safe and effective use of Bayer products including timely adverse event reporting and responses to unsolicited requests for detailed product and disease state information;<br /> Develop a complete understanding of national and regional experts in specific therapeutic categories and the healthcare environment in which they work;<br /> Collaborate with internal business partners as an expert consultant to meet specific scientific needs of internal and external contacts within specific therapeutic and geographic areas;<br /> Complete core training curriculum and basic MSL Certification;<br /> Participation in therapeutic area updates and/or training initiatives e.g. journal clubs;<br /> Attend medical conferences and reviews;<br /> Be responsible for routine self-paced reading of current publications<br /> Comply with professional licensure with CEU documentation where applicable. Complete recertification and advanced certification were applicable;<br /> Lead journal reviews and team discussions;<br /> Coordinate or lead internal training initiatives;<br /> Be responsible for criteria based selection and validation to identify and confirm opinion leader (OL) status<br /> Routinely contact Opinion leaders (OL);<br /> Research site identification and investigator sponsored study (ISS) support;<br /> Be responsible for speaker training and evaluation;<br /> Provide Advisory Board Support and Advisory Board coordination or presentation at meetings;<br /> Act as a liaison between OLs and internal partners;<br /> Direct scientific exchange and deliver presentations to external audiences;<br /> Be responsible for timely, accurate, specific and balanced responses to professional requests for information (PIR) in collaboration with Medical Communications<br /> Adhere to SOP and FDA guidance for distribution of scientific information;<br /> Adhere to SOP and compliance guidelines for all external contacts;<br /> Deliver presentations to internal audiences including medical affairs (MA) and commercial partners;<br /> Act as a team member for strategic internal projects with cross-functional partners;<br /> Establish and maintain contact with relevant medical, research and educational societies within assigned geography;<br /> Attend and report on local, regional and national meetings;<br /> Identify educational gaps and opportunities within regional and national organizations;<br /> Coordinate team coverage of major national meetings including program evaluation, required attendance and high quality meeting reports;<br /> Ascertain and report current therapeutic area trends and other field intelligence<br /> Review and share current guidelines and treatment protocols for internal review;<br /> Report relevant competitive activity;<br /> Report new compound development information and potential collaborations when appropriate or requested in line with corporate strategy;<br /> Complete and timely documentation of interactions and contacts within appropriate databases;<br /> Complete in a timely manner administrative reports, such as expense reports and status reports;<br /> Collaborate as an internal scientific expert;<br /> Be responsible for resource development and review e.g FDA Ad Com preparation;<br /> Lead project teams or task forces within Medical Affairs;<br /> Contribute to product development initiatives in collaboration with Global Product Development or other internal partners;<br /> Lead internal training initiatives. 6/4/2017 10:17:17 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Associate Medical Director - Physician, North Little Rock, US Associate Medical Director - Physician PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES<br /><br /><br /> Maintains a regular schedule of participation in all components of the hospice care program. Is readily available, on-site or by telephone, during physician’s scheduled working hours. Participates in the physician on-call schedule.<br /> Confirms patient eligibility for hospice services, and statement of prognosis for each patient assigned to the physician.<br /> Assists in developing the Plan of Care for each patient/family in coordination with the patient’s attending physician. <br /> Reviews clinical materials provided by the attending physician documenting the patient’s disease process, drug regimen, assessment and prognosis at the time of admission.<br /> Assures that interdisciplinary Plan of Care is medically appropriate and that care rendered fulfills/meets medical standards.<br /> Provides clinical expertise and actively participates in the interdisciplinary team care decisions regarding diagnosis and medical management of patient/family needs, assuring that the highest quality of medical care is provided and maintained.<br /> Attends and participates in patient/family care conferences, when requested.<br /> Serves as a consultant to attending physicians by offering advice and information on medical interventions consistent with hospice philosophy and Plan of Care.<br /> Serves as the attending physician for patients who have no attending physician or for whom the attending physician wishes to transfer care.<br /> Serves as a consultant in palliative care to both inpatient and community based patients.<br /> Visits patients in accordance with the Plan of Care and documents each visit in the medical record in accordance with recognized documentation guidelines and hospice standards.<br /> Performs palliative care consults on hospitalized patients who have not yet elected hospice when requested by the attending physician.<br /> Participates in the physician on-call schedule.<br /> Educating other Arkansas Hospice medical directors on quality hospice practices and procedures.<br /> Serve a lead role on committees and programs in both the hospice and palliative care programs.<br /> Educate the medical and lay community on the role of hospice and palliative care.<br /> Teach medical students, residents, fellows on the practices and principles of quality hospice and palliative medicine.<br /> Participates in Performance Improvement Program.<br /> Performs other duties as assigned by the Corporate Medical Director.<br /> Maintains strict confidentiality at all times.<br /> Utilizes and models excellent customer service skills at all times; seeks opportunities to assist patients, families and co-workers; demonstrates teamwork and cooperation.<br /> Accepts direction and follows instructions from supervisor; seeks additional information as needed; works with minimal supervision.<br /> Adheres to all organizational and departmental policies and procedures.<br /> Continually meets organizational standards for attendance and punctuality; notifies supervisor in a timely manner when employee will be absent or late for work.<br /> Attends all required meetings and in-services; seeks opportunities for additional professional development activities as appropriate.<br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br />COMPETENCIES, KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITY<br /><br />THIS SECTION DESCRIBES WHAT KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITY AN EMPLOYEE IN THIS POSITION SHOULD CURRENTLY POSSESS. THIS LIST MAY NOT BE COMPLETE FOR ALL KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITY REQUIRED FOR THIS POSITION.<br /><br /><br /><br /> Knowledge of the principles and practice of primary medical care, and a working knowledge of oncology, medicine, and pharmacology.<br /> Knowledge of hospice and palliative care with emphasis on symptom control associated with terminal illness.<br /> Knowledge of the local medical community and ability to enhance the viability and reputation of the hospice program.<br /> Ability to work collaboratively with patient, primary physician, hospice employees and volunteers as part of the interdisciplinary team.<br /> Demonstrates understanding and acceptance of hospice philosophy and principles of care, including:<br /><br /> To regard dying as a normal process<br /> Neither to hasten nor postpone death<br /> To provide relief of pain and other symptoms related to the dying process<br /> To integrate the medical, psychological, and spiritual aspects of the patient’s care<br /> To offer a support system to the family.<br /><br /> Skill in organizing and prioritizing workloads to meet deadlines.<br /> Ability to follow basic safety policies and procedures.<br /> Ability to use good judgment and to maintain confidentiality of information.<br /> Ability to demonstrate tact, resourcefulness, patience and dedication.<br /> Ability to accept direction and adhere to policies and procedures.<br /> Ability to work in a fast-paced environment. 6/4/2017 10:17:16 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Neuroscience MSLs, Little Rock, US Neuroscience MSLs This international company has a focus in rare neurological disorders and has been a leader the cannabinoid research arena for the past 18 years. 6/4/2017 10:17:16 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Liposome Evaluation Fellowship - CDER, Jefferson, US Liposome Evaluation Fellowship - CDER A postdoctoral research opportunity is currently available in the Office of Generic Drugs/Office of Research and Standards at the Center for Drug Evaluation and Research (CDER) of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to pursue characterization of various physico-chemical attributes and biological effects of liposomal and nanomaterial formulations. <br /><br />This project provides ORISE fellows for FDA's generic drugs program to collaborate with other investigators (in and out of FDA) in addressing the 5 GDUFA research areas. The objectives of the projects are to produce review policy recommendations and advice in guidance for industry in using new scientific approaches to either make generic products available or to improve the quality and consistency of approved generic products. The five FY2017 topic areas are: 1) Post-market Evaluation of Generic Drugs 2) Equivalence of Complex Products 3) Equivalence of Locally Acting Products 4) Therapeutic Equivalence Evaluation and Standards 5)Computational and Analytical Tools. <br /><br />The participant will have the opportunity to analyze data from external research studies to develop recommendations for complex generic products and ensure generic substitution; conduct analysis of internal FDA data to help develop equivalence standards for complex generic products and evaluate post-market data; conduct laboratory research to characterize complex reference products and evaluate approved generic products; and build databases and quantitative physiological and mechanistic models to support new approaches to bioequivalence.<br /><br />This program, administered by ORAU through its contract with the U.S. Department of Energy to manage the Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education, was established through an interagency agreement between DOE and FDA. The initial appointment is for one year, but may be renewed upon recommendation of FDA contingent on the availability of funds. The participant will receive a monthly stipend commensurate with educational level and experience. Proof of health insurance is required for participation in this program. The appointment is full-time at FDA in the Jefferson, AR area. Participants do not become employees of FDA, DOE or the program administrator, and there are no employment-related benefits. 6/4/2017 10:17:16 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Microbiology, Mountain Home, US Microbiology Navy Microbiologists combat unique and exotic microorganisms that are found wherever Navy personnel are called to serve. Conducting medical research and development. Creating a culture of innovation and sustainability on the clinical level at Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC). Or examining wound cultures aboard the USNS Comfort during a humanitarian mission, providing medical care to patients in a dozen countries. 6/4/2017 10:17:15 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Aerospace Physiology, Cabot, US Aerospace Physiology As a Navy Aerospace Physiologist, you may also participate in:<br /><br /> Survival training<br /> Personnel selection and training <br /> Research, Development, Test and Evaluation (RDT&E) aimed at improving aviator performance and aircrew survivability<br /> Aeromedical operational and safety programs 6/4/2017 10:17:15 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Research Physiology, El Dorado, US Research Physiology Navy Physiologists apply innovative technologies in physiology and medicine to diagnose, treat and rehabilitate exercise- or training-related injuries. This includes:<br /><br /> Analyzing physiological and chemical functions of living organisms<br /> Conducting research on physiological responses to the stresses of military environments, including temperature; altitude; pressure and acceleration; and exposure to hazardous chemicals and radiation<br /> Recommend countermeasures to ensure maximum efficiency and safety of personnel 6/4/2017 10:17:15 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Research Physiology, Cabot, US Research Physiology Navy Physiologists apply innovative technologies in physiology and medicine to diagnose, treat and rehabilitate exercise- or training-related injuries. This includes:<br /><br /> Analyzing physiological and chemical functions of living organisms<br /> Conducting research on physiological responses to the stresses of military environments, including temperature; altitude; pressure and acceleration; and exposure to hazardous chemicals and radiation<br /> Recommend countermeasures to ensure maximum efficiency and safety of personnel 6/4/2017 10:17:15 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Biochemistry, Fort Smith, US Biochemistry Navy Research Biochemists and Forensic Toxicologists work behind the scenes to promote the safety of military personnel. It's a wide, varied field of specialties where scientists have control over their careers. They also have the best coworkers, equipment and research laboratories in some of the most amazing places in the world.<br /><br />There are two distinct areas of biochemistry for Officers in the Medical Service Corps:<br /><br />Research Biochemists conduct and manage basic and applied research on biochemical problems of interest to the Navy. That could involve harnessing solar and sea power to fuel the Navy for years to come or developing a vaccine to battle a new disease.<br /><br />Forensic Toxicologists work in military forensic laboratories, Navy Research Laboratories or Environmental Preventive Medicine Units. They also teach at the Naval Academy and elsewhere. 6/4/2017 10:17:14 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Biochemistry, Little Rock, US Biochemistry Navy Research Biochemists and Forensic Toxicologists work behind the scenes to promote the safety of military personnel. It's a wide, varied field of specialties where scientists have control over their careers. They also have the best coworkers, equipment and research laboratories in some of the most amazing places in the world.<br /><br />There are two distinct areas of biochemistry for Officers in the Medical Service Corps:<br /><br />Research Biochemists conduct and manage basic and applied research on biochemical problems of interest to the Navy. That could involve harnessing solar and sea power to fuel the Navy for years to come or developing a vaccine to battle a new disease.<br /><br />Forensic Toxicologists work in military forensic laboratories, Navy Research Laboratories or Environmental Preventive Medicine Units. 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Or examining wound cultures aboard the USNS Comfort during a humanitarian mission, providing medical care to patients in a dozen countries. 6/4/2017 10:17:13 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Research Physiology, Little Rock, US Research Physiology Navy Physiologists apply innovative technologies in physiology and medicine to diagnose, treat and rehabilitate exercise- or training-related injuries. This includes:<br /><br /> Analyzing physiological and chemical functions of living organisms<br /> Conducting research on physiological responses to the stresses of military environments, including temperature; altitude; pressure and acceleration; and exposure to hazardous chemicals and radiation<br /> Recommend countermeasures to ensure maximum efficiency and safety of personnel 6/4/2017 10:17:13 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers VMO (Public Health) (Supervisory Public Health Veterinarian), Pine Bluff, US VMO (Public Health) (Supervisory Public Health Veterinarian) You will:<br /><br /> Plan, organize, coordinate and adapt the full range of meat and poultry inspection operations in slaughter and/or processing establishments;<br /> Ensure establishments meet requirements of the Pathogen Reduction and Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) regulations;<br /> Oversee consumer protection, non-food safety concerns such as proper labeling and packaging;<br /> Serve as team leader who works with and supervises other public health professionals to ensure establishments under our jurisdiction comply with sanitation standards and properly implement systems that control hazards from entering the food supply;<br /> Enforce the Federal meat and poultry inspection procedures prior to slaughter and throughout the entire establishment, including humane handling, ante-mortem inspection, post-mortem inspection, processing operations, veterinary dispositions, and transportation and distribution of meat, poultry, and egg products to markets and retail stores. 6/4/2017 10:17:13 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Aerospace Physiology, Little Rock, US Aerospace Physiology As a Navy Aerospace Physiologist, you may also participate in:<br /><br /> Survival training<br /> Personnel selection and training <br /> Research, Development, Test and Evaluation (RDT&E) aimed at improving aviator performance and aircrew survivability<br /> Aeromedical operational and safety programs 6/4/2017 10:17:12 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Research Physiology, Pine Bluff, US Research Physiology Navy Physiologists apply innovative technologies in physiology and medicine to diagnose, treat and rehabilitate exercise- or training-related injuries. This includes:<br /><br /> Analyzing physiological and chemical functions of living organisms<br /> Conducting research on physiological responses to the stresses of military environments, including temperature; altitude; pressure and acceleration; and exposure to hazardous chemicals and radiation<br /> Recommend countermeasures to ensure maximum efficiency and safety of personnel 6/4/2017 10:17:12 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Postdoctoral Associate, Chemical Biology, Houston, US Postdoctoral Associate, Chemical Biology The Center for Drug Discovery is a strategic research center established at Baylor College of Medicine within the Texas Medical Center in Houston. The mission of the Center is to establish novel discovery technologies that enable rapid and cost effective drug discovery within the academic community. We are seeking highly skilled and motivated scientists with expertise in organic synthesis, medicinal chemistry, biochemistry and/or protein sciences to join the Center for Drug Discovery. Central to our vision is the establishment of a small molecule discovery technology using a DNA-encoded chemistry approach. The team, led by scientists with drug discovery experience in academia and the pharmaceutical and biotech industry, is looking to recruit additional chemists, chemical biologists, and/or biochemists. Qualified individuals will be technically independent in the set up and execution of organic reactions, as well as the purification, characterization, and identification of small molecule products. The ideal candidate will be self-driven, resourceful, very organized and focused, and enjoy working in a dynamic team environment. <br /><br /> Participate in early stage drug discovery efforts in collaboration with biological scientists throughout the academic community, with a goal of bringing new treatments to patients with unmet medical needs.<br /> If the applicant is a chemist, participate in the design and synthesis of drug-like small molecules; execute a variety of organic chemistry reactions; and contribute to multidisciplinary lead-finding project teams with the responsibility of hit selection, compound resynthesis, and medicinal chemistry for in vitro and in vivo testing.<br /> If the applicant has biochemistry or molecular biology experience, work directly with our existing biochemists and biologists to develop selection strategies and tools to enable library interrogation, generate recombinant proteins, perform structural biology studies, and perform followup in vitro and in vivo testing.<br /> Employ safe lab practices.<br /> Maintain research records and laboratory notebooks.<br /> Perform routine purification of intermediates and final products utilizing techniques such as HPLC and other related methods.<br /> Characterize compounds using analytical instrumentation such as LC/MS and NMR and generate protein:small molecule co-crystals for X-ray crystallography studies.<br /> Publish papers and submit fellowship grants. 6/4/2017 10:17:12 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Postdoctoral Associate, Biosciences, Houston, US Postdoctoral Associate, Biosciences Postdoctoral Associate needed to perform genetics, molecular biology, biochemistry, microscopy, etc. on fruit flies towards the study of neurodegenerative disease models. This position will be exclusively dedicated to the Undiagnosed Diseases Network. 6/4/2017 10:17:11 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Postdoctoral Associate, Molecular and Human Genetics, Houston, US Postdoctoral Associate, Molecular and Human Genetics This funded project is focused on the study of Smith-Magenis syndrome, a neurodevelopmental disorder that involves intellectual disability, sleep disturbance, behavioral problems, and obesity. The goals of the project are focused toward therapeutic intervention, including gene therapy and small molecule drug screening. The project will include the development of drug screening assays, including the analysis of induced pluripotent stem cells and neural progenitor cells, and development and analysis of gene therapy-based treatment to improve molecular and phenotypic outcomes. <br /><br /> Study design, data collection, processing and analysis<br /> Assist faculty researchers and other collaborators in planning and designing research experiments; establishing priorities and recommending schedules, time tables and costs<br /> Present project results to internal and external parties<br /> Project requires work with mice.<br /> Perform statistical analyses, including selecting the appropriate analysis procedure, setting up data for analysis, judging validity and reliability of data, designing and writing programs to perform analyses, and producing written reports on the result of the analyses.<br /> Effectively use available technology to facilitate the success of the project<br /> Liaison with other internal groups, outside collaborators, and others to ensure success of project<br /> Engaged writing of publications and reports<br /> May be responsible for training staff, graduate assistants, or student employees.<br /> Design and implement research protocols; design safety procedures; adapt new procedures, methods or instrumentation relative to research procedures.<br /> Oversee media preparation, animal maintenance and equipment maintenance; quality control analysis of reagents.<br /> Collect, prepare and analyze research data; keep a detailed notebook summarizing experiments and recording research data; maintain computer database of research data; tabulate and display data for presentation in research conferences and for manuscript preparation; use graphics and statistical software to analyze and present data.<br /> Supervise other personnel in the laboratory to coordinate research efforts for increased efficiency; participate in training of fellows, residents, students and volunteer workers as needed or requested by the PI.<br /> Search pertinent scientific literature as needed<br /> Assist with ordering and procurement of supplies and equipment and with general maintenance of laboratory 6/4/2017 10:17:11 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Postdoctoral Associate, Neuroscience, Houston, US Postdoctoral Associate, Neuroscience A new lab in the Departments of Neurosurgery and Neuroscience is seeking a Postdoctoral Associate to contribute to a basic research program in understanding the neuronal response to axonal injury. Projects in the lab aim to uncover how cellular stress signaling pathways control neuronal fates following injury and disease. Mechanistic insights from these studies will inform strategies for neuroprotection and axon regeneration.<br /><br /> Conducts research projects, both collaboratively and independently.<br /> Will continue development into a creative, rigorous, and independent scientist.<br /> Provide training and management of team members who will contribute to the success of your projects.<br /> Communicate results clearly and effectively within the lab and the institution, as well as to the broader scientific community. 6/4/2017 10:17:11 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Postdoctoral Associate, Biochemistry, Houston, US Postdoctoral Associate, Biochemistry The Center for Drug Discovery is a strategic research center established at Baylor College of Medicine within the Texas Medical Center in Houston. The mission of the Center for Drug Discovery is to establish novel discovery technologies that enable rapid and cost effective drug discovery within the academic community. We are seeking highly skilled and motivated scientists with expertise in reproductive biology, biochemistry, molecular biology, chemical biology, and/or protein sciences to join the Center for Drug Discovery. Central to our vision is the establishment of a small molecule discovery technology using a DNA- encoded chemistry approach. The team, led by scientists with drug discovery experience in academia and the pharmaceutical and biotech industry, is looking to recruit additional reproductive biologists, biochemists, chemical biologists, and molecular biologists for studying mouse models of infertility and to identify compounds for use in contraception and treating diseases of the reproductive tract including cancer.<br /><br />As a member of this multidisciplinary team, you will:<br /><br />• Participate in early stage drug discovery efforts in collaboration with biologists and chemists in the Center for Drug Discovery, with a goal of developing novel male contraceptives and bringing new treatments to patients with unmet medical needs.<br /><br />• Work directly with our existing biochemists and biologists to develop selection strategies and tools to enable DNA-encoded chemical library interrogation, generate recombinant proteins, perform structural biology studies, and perform followup in vitro and in vivo testing.<br /><br />• Produce knockout mouse models and characterize the infertility phenotypes of these mice.<br /><br />• Employ safe lab practices.<br /><br />• Maintain research records and laboratory notebooks.<br /><br />• Generate protein:small molecule co-crystals for X-ray crystallography studies.<br /><br />• Publish papers and submit fellowship grants. 6/4/2017 10:17:10 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Postdoctoral Associate, Biomedical Sciences, Houston, US Postdoctoral Associate, Biomedical Sciences Our lab focuses on the basic biology of skin stem cells using mouse model. We use both in vivo and in vitro approaches to dissect the network of genes that are involved in maintaining stem cell fate. We are looking for a postdoctoral associate who is independent and collaborative to be part of a young team. 6/4/2017 10:17:10 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Postdoctoral Associate, Pathology, Houston, US Postdoctoral Associate, Pathology The Center for Drug Discovery is a strategic research center established at Baylor College of Medicine within the Texas Medical Center in Houston. The mission of the Center for Drug Discovery is to establish novel discovery technologies that enable rapid and cost effective drug discovery within the academic community. We are seeking highly skilled and motivated scientists with expertise in reproductive biology, biochemistry, molecular biology, chemical biology, and/or protein sciences to join the Center for Drug Discovery. Central to our vision is the establishment of a small molecule discovery technology using a DNA- encoded chemistry approach. The team, led by scientists with drug discovery experience in academia and the pharmaceutical and biotech industry, is looking to recruit additional reproductive biologists, biochemists, chemical biologists, and molecular biologists for studying mouse models of infertility and to identify compounds for use in contraception and treating diseases of the reproductive tract including cancer.<br /><br />As a member of this multidisciplinary team, you will:<br /><br />• Participate in early stage drug discovery efforts in collaboration with biologists and chemists in the Center for Drug Discovery, with a goal of developing novel male contraceptives and bringing new treatments to patients with unmet medical needs.<br /><br />• Work directly with our existing biochemists and biologists to develop selection strategies and tools to enable DNA-encoded chemical library interrogation, generate recombinant proteins, perform structural biology studies, and perform followup in vitro and in vivo testing.<br /><br />• Produce knockout mouse models and characterize the infertility phenotypes of these mice.<br /><br />• Employ safe lab practices.<br /><br />• Maintain research records and laboratory notebooks.<br /><br />• Generate protein:small molecule co-crystals for X-ray crystallography studies.<br /><br />• Publish papers and submit fellowship grants. 6/4/2017 10:17:10 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Postdoctoral Associate, Center for Gene Therapy, Houston, US Postdoctoral Associate, Center for Gene Therapy We are seeking a highly qualified and motivated individual for one Postdoctoral Position in Center for Cell and Gene Therapy.<br /><br />The laboratory’s research mainly focuses on cancer gene therapy with helper- dependent adenoviral vectors (HDAds) and pushes forward to application of HDAds in a clinical trial. The laboratory also applies HDAds as gene modification tool to cancer T cell therapy and cancer genetic mouse models to study cancer development based on exome sequencing. Applicants for this position should have a strong background in molecular biology, immunology, virology or related fields.<br /><br />Graduate students at the end of their training program are also encouraged to apply. Highly motivated postdoctoral candidates with experience working independently and with writing skills will be considered.<br /><br />Candidates must also have a solid background in animal handling, molecular and cellular techniques. Applicants with experience in adenoviral vectors are strongly encouraged to apply. Candidates should have successfully earned an advanced degree (M.D., Ph.D. or M.D./Ph.D.), have excellent communications skills and are willing to work on a multidisciplinary team. 6/4/2017 10:17:10 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Postdoctoral Associate, Molecular Biology, Houston, US Postdoctoral Associate, Molecular Biology The Human Genome Sequencing Center (HGSC) at Baylor College of Medicine is recruiting a Postdoctoral Associate to carry out genomic and bioinformatics research utilizing next generation sequencing data for discovery of genomics variants that underlie susceptibility to Rhabdomyosarcoma in pediatric patients. This position requires a trained bioinformatician, preferably with experience in genomics and next generation sequencing. We are looking for an enthusiastic, driven team player with excellent written and verbal communication skills. The candidate will interact with laboratory molecular biologists in the study to prioritize mutations for functional validation. There will also be opportunities to contribute to other projects at the HGSC that drive gene discovery in areas of human health and precision medicine in both Mendelian and complex diseases. The appointment will be for 3 years initially with prospects for renewal.<br /><br /> Performs in-depth sequence analyses on large genomic datasets<br /> Applies existing custom bioinformatics software to both well- defined and novel genome analysis problems<br /> Researches, assesses, and customizes third-party bioinformatics software<br /> Uses and customizes statistical graphing tools to visualize data 6/4/2017 10:17:09 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Postdoctoral Associate, Computational Neuroscience, Houston, US Postdoctoral Associate, Computational Neuroscience A post-doctoral fellowship position to study cortical plasticity and reorganization after stroke, traumatic brain injury and cancer using real-time functional MRI neurofeedback methods is available at Baylor College of Medicine. The lab is collaborative and includes exploration of real-time fMRI neurofeedback, resting state fMRI, structural MRI, EEG, eyetracking data of healthy subjects and patients. The overall aim to investigate the neural underpinnings of individual differences in healthy subjects and patients before and after induction of learning using real-time fMRI neurofeedback.<br /><br />The Papageorgiou Lab: Investigational Targeted Brain Neurotherapeutics focuses on the mechanisms involved in cortical blindness, motor impairment, and chronic pain as a function of learning. We use a variety of innovative approaches, including neurofeedback in targeted and individualized regions of interest based on the patient's location and spatial extent of the lesion, optimization of rt-fMRI nFb methods with the long-term goal of central and peripheral nervous system injury neuro-rehabilitation, as well as using highly quantitative methods, such as population receptive field, multivariate and univariate analyses. The work promises to be challenging, but also presents a highly exciting opportunity to gain an understanding of innovative neurofeedback methods applied in various patient populations depending on the domain of brain function lesioned, such as in visual, motor, and pain-matrix networks. Trainees will benefit from the Core for Advanced MR Imaging Core Facility at Baylor College of Medicine, which includes a state-of-the art imaging facility with two research-dedicated Siemens 3T MAGNETOM Trios, and a Siemens PRISMA. 6/4/2017 10:17:09 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Postdoctoral Associate, Pediatric Cancers, Houston, US Postdoctoral Associate, Pediatric Cancers Postdoctoral Associate will work on translational, targeted drug discovery for pediatric cancers, including assay development, chemical biology, cell & molecular biology, in collaboration with BCM's Center for Drug Discovery. This work involves identification of key drivers of pediatric cancers, screening for targeted small molecule modulators, mechanistically characterizing their effect in in vitro and in vivo models, and concurrently developing biomarker assays of drug activity for exploratory use in clinical trials. 6/4/2017 10:17:09 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Postdoctoral Associate, Center for Gene Therapy, Houston, US Postdoctoral Associate, Center for Gene Therapy We are seeking a highly qualified and motivated individual for one Postdoctoral Position in Center for Cell and Gene Therapy.<br /><br />The laboratory’s research mainly focuses on cancer gene therapy with helper- dependent adenoviral vectors (HDAds) and pushes forward to application of HDAds in a clinical trial. The laboratory also applies HDAds as gene modification tool to cancer T cell therapy and cancer genetic mouse models to study cancer development based on exome sequencing. Applicants for this position should have a strong background in molecular biology, immunology, virology or related fields.<br /><br />Graduate students at the end of their training program are also encouraged to apply. Highly motivated postdoctoral candidates with experience working independently and with writing skills will be considered.<br /><br />Candidates must also have a solid background in animal handling, molecular and cellular techniques. Applicants with experience in adenoviral vectors are strongly encouraged to apply. Candidates should have successfully earned an advanced degree (M.D., Ph.D. or M.D./Ph.D.), have excellent communications skills and are willing to work on a multidisciplinary team. 6/4/2017 10:17:09 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Postdoctoral Associate, Molecular Biology, Houston, US Postdoctoral Associate, Molecular Biology The Human Genome Sequencing Center (HGSC) at Baylor College of Medicine is recruiting a Postdoctoral Associate to carry out genomic and bioinformatics research utilizing next generation sequencing data for discovery of genomics variants that underlie susceptibility to Rhabdomyosarcoma in pediatric patients. This position requires a trained bioinformatician, preferably with experience in genomics and next generation sequencing. We are looking for an enthusiastic, driven team player with excellent written and verbal communication skills. The candidate will interact with laboratory molecular biologists in the study to prioritize mutations for functional validation. There will also be opportunities to contribute to other projects at the HGSC that drive gene discovery in areas of human health and precision medicine in both Mendelian and complex diseases. The appointment will be for 3 years initially with prospects for renewal.<br /><br /> Performs in-depth sequence analyses on large genomic datasets<br /> Applies existing custom bioinformatics software to both well- defined and novel genome analysis problems<br /> Researches, assesses, and customizes third-party bioinformatics software<br /> Uses and customizes statistical graphing tools to visualize data 6/4/2017 10:17:08 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Postdoctoral Associate, Computational Neuroscience, Houston, US Postdoctoral Associate, Computational Neuroscience A post-doctoral fellowship position to study cortical plasticity and reorganization after stroke, traumatic brain injury and cancer using real-time functional MRI neurofeedback methods is available at Baylor College of Medicine. The lab is collaborative and includes exploration of real-time fMRI neurofeedback, resting state fMRI, structural MRI, EEG, eyetracking data of healthy subjects and patients. The overall aim to investigate the neural underpinnings of individual differences in healthy subjects and patients before and after induction of learning using real-time fMRI neurofeedback.<br /><br />The Papageorgiou Lab: Investigational Targeted Brain Neurotherapeutics focuses on the mechanisms involved in cortical blindness, motor impairment, and chronic pain as a function of learning. We use a variety of innovative approaches, including neurofeedback in targeted and individualized regions of interest based on the patient's location and spatial extent of the lesion, optimization of rt-fMRI nFb methods with the long-term goal of central and peripheral nervous system injury neuro-rehabilitation, as well as using highly quantitative methods, such as population receptive field, multivariate and univariate analyses. The work promises to be challenging, but also presents a highly exciting opportunity to gain an understanding of innovative neurofeedback methods applied in various patient populations depending on the domain of brain function lesioned, such as in visual, motor, and pain-matrix networks. Trainees will benefit from the Core for Advanced MR Imaging Core Facility at Baylor College of Medicine, which includes a state-of-the art imaging facility with two research-dedicated Siemens 3T MAGNETOM Trios, and a Siemens PRISMA. 6/4/2017 10:17:08 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Postdoctoral Associate, Pediatric Cancers, Houston, US Postdoctoral Associate, Pediatric Cancers Postdoctoral Associate will work on translational, targeted drug discovery for pediatric cancers, including assay development, chemical biology, cell & molecular biology, in collaboration with BCM's Center for Drug Discovery. This work involves identification of key drivers of pediatric cancers, screening for targeted small molecule modulators, mechanistically characterizing their effect in in vitro and in vivo models, and concurrently developing biomarker assays of drug activity for exploratory use in clinical trials. 6/4/2017 10:17:07 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Postdoctoral Associate, Immunology, Houston, US Postdoctoral Associate, Immunology A postdoctoral position is available immediately in the Department of Pathology and Immunology at the Baylor College of Medicine. The successful applicant will study how autophagy regulates memory B cell development in normal and high risk populations. A strong background in molecular biology, cell biology or immunology is required. Previous experience in working with mouse models is highly desirable but is not required. Experience with RNA-Seq, ChIP-seq or data analysis is a big plus. The candidate must be highly motivated, be able to work independently, and have good communication skills. 6/4/2017 10:17:07 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Postdoctoral Associate, Molecular and Human Genetics, Houston, US Postdoctoral Associate, Molecular and Human Genetics Postdoctoral Associate needed to carry out studies of human DNA samples and to perform studies in mice. The work is especially related to Angelman syndrome, autism and related disorders. The work will also relate to obtaining a 'humanized' mouse for Angelman syndrome to promote development of therapeutic trials for the condition. 6/4/2017 10:17:07 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Postdoctoral Associate, Department of Pediatrics, Houston, US Postdoctoral Associate, Department of Pediatrics A postdoctoral associate position is available in the laboratory of Dr. Anne Anderson M.D. in the Department of Pediatrics. The project is focused on therapeutics on animal model of Angelman syndrome. Video EEG recording, behavioral experiments, Western blot, immunohistochemistry will be used in this study. The candidate will perform surgery and in vivo experiments in rodents. The candidate should possess excellent writing and computer skills and is expected to analyze and present data. Since this is a group project, the candidate has to be able to work independently and with others. Applicants who are highly motivated for a career in science are invited to apply. 6/4/2017 10:17:06 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Postdoctoral Associate, Neuroscience, Houston, US Postdoctoral Associate, Neuroscience There is an immediate opening for a postdoctoral researcher to perform measurements and modeling of human cerebrovascular function, part of a project to better understand neurovascular coupling. Results are expected to enable more effective diagnosis and treatment of brain pathology, and improve our understanding of the mechanisms that mediate fMRI to enable more quantitative measurements of brain function. The position is for one year, extendable to 3 years with satisfactory performance. Other projects in the lab include the study of visual function in cerebral cortex and sub-cortical brain regions using high-resolution fMRI methods. The successful candidate will participate in the development of new pulse sequences for fMRI and perfusion, including ongoing collaborations with the Max Planck Institute in Tübingen, Germany. The laboratory has access to the Core for Advanced MRI at Baylor College of Medicine, which features three Siemens 3T human MRI scanners, including a brand-new 64-channel Prisma. 6/4/2017 10:17:06 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Postdoctoral Associate, Neuroscience, Houston, US Postdoctoral Associate, Neuroscience The McGinley lab is seeking a candidate to study brain circuit mechanisms of attentional effort. In vivo two-photon microscopy, whole-cell recording, optogenetics, and extracellular recording in animals engaged in auditory perceptual tasks will be used to study the neuromodulatory mechanisms in auditory cortex of fluctuations in effort on auditory attentional tasks. Anyone with relevant methodological experience and/or experience in the auditory system (such as with the study of hearing loss) and/or computational and engineering approaches should apply. Motivated and talented researchers at a variety of career stages (from pre-doctoral to experienced scientist) are encouraged to apply. 6/4/2017 10:17:06 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Postdoctoral Associate, Medicine, Houston, US Postdoctoral Associate, Medicine A postdoctoral position is immediately available in Dr. Weei-Chin Lin’s lab at the Departments of Medicine (Hematology and Oncology) and Molecular and Cellular Biology, Baylor College of Medicine. The successful candidate will study a novel mechanism of cellular stress response and develop new cancer therapeutics. Eligible candidate will be considered for enrollment into a NIH T32 training program to develop her/his scientific career.<br /><br />This lab studies the regulation of cell cycle and DNA damage response and develops novel cancer therapeutics. The Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology at Baylor College of Medicine is a pioneer in the field of gene regulation, steroid receptors and their transcriptional coactivators, providing a rich scientific environment with many unique and unparalleled opportunities for collaborative research. 6/4/2017 10:17:06 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Postdoctoral Associate--Epidemiologic and Clinical Research, Houston, US Postdoctoral Associate--Epidemiologic and Clinical Research The Behavioral Neuroscience Program of the Beth K. and Stuart C. Yudofsky Division of Neuropsychiatry at Baylor College of Medicine invites applications for a postdoctoral associate to contribute to our research program on veterans’ health. The postdoctoral associate will utilize previous training in epidemiology, behavioral sciences, or related fields to conduct clinical and population research studies that investigate long-term health consequences of military deployment. Working independently and as part of a multidisciplinary team, the candidate will acquire advanced training and experience in the use of research methods to advance understanding of chronic health conditions associated with complex etiologic and pathobiological processes. Primary responsibilities include study planning, data collection and analysis, and preparation of research publications. 6/4/2017 10:17:05 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Postdoctoral Associate, Genetics, Houston, US Postdoctoral Associate, Genetics A new and exciting postdoctoral fellowship opportunity using genomics to study complex pediatric traits of global importance is available immediately in the Department of Molecular and Human Genetics, Baylor College of Medicine. The recruiting laboratory is fully funded and is currently conducting genomic and epigenomic analyses using data generated using microarray and next-generation sequencing platforms across a broad portfolio of pediatric diseases. The successful candidate would be expected to perform detailed genomics and statistical analyses, including integrated analyses, as part of an ongoing study of nutrient stress in childhood. The lab is located in the Children’s Nutrition Research Center, Baylor College of Medicine, and is directly integrated with the Department of Molecular and Human Genetics. 6/4/2017 10:17:05 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Postdoctoral Associate - Integrative Cancer Epidemiology, Houston, US Postdoctoral Associate - Integrative Cancer Epidemiology The Dan L. Duncan Comprehensive Cancer Center at Baylor College of Medicine invites applications for a postdoctoral research position to study cancer biology.<br /><br />Primary responsibilities include but not limited to analyzing next generation sequencing data (e.g., RNA-seq, whole genome/ exome sequencing) using state-of-the-art bioinformatical and statistical tools, and developing new statistical methods to answer biological questions that arise in the research. The candidate will be working in a collaborative environment with faculty members in multiple disciplines including bioinformatics, biostatistics and cancer biology. 6/4/2017 10:17:05 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers POST-DOCTORAL RESEARCH ASSOCIATE, School of Medicine, Department of Dermato, Boston, US POST-DOCTORAL RESEARCH ASSOCIATE, School of Medicine, Department of Dermato We are seeking a creative and motivated postdoctoral research associate to join our lab within The Department of Dermatology at the Boston University School of Medicine and participate in our active research program in the Laboratory of Skin Development, Regeneration and Carcinogenesis. The project will be focusing on delineating signaling/transcription factor-mediated and epigenetic mechanisms controlling epithelial stem cell activity and differentiation in the skin during development and postnatal homeostasis (for references, see Nature Cell Biol, 1999, 1, 158-64; EMBO J, 2003, 22, 2992-3003, PNAS, 2005, 102, 93-98; PNAS, 2006, 103, 18166-71; J Cell Biol, 2011, 194, 825-39; Development, 2014, 141, 101-11; J Cell Biol, 2016, 212, 77-89).<br /><br />The laboratory projects will involve a wide range of collaborative work including molecular biology, RNAseq/ ChIPseq/microarray analyses, in vivo genetically engineered mouse model studies, immunohistochemistry, in situ hybridization, laser capture microdissection and in vitro/ex vivo assays.<br /><br />Applicants will be expected to design experiments, analyze and interpret data, and compile data into presentations and manuscripts. The candidate’s salary will be commensurate with research experience and will receive benefits package provided by the Boston University. 6/4/2017 10:17:04 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Post-doctoral Fellow, School of Medicine, Boston, US Post-doctoral Fellow, School of Medicine We are seeking a highly motivated postdoctoral fellow to focus on the molecular biology of melanoma. The main goal of the Lang Laboratory at Boston University is to determine the molecular mechanism of melanoma growth, survival, and metastasis. This candidate will have opportunities for in vitro and in vivo studies in melanoma cancer research. These projects include molecular biology, histology and histopathology, protein biology, and mouse models. 6/4/2017 10:17:04 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers POST-DOCTORAL ASSOCIATE, School of Public Health, Department of Biostatisti, Boston, US POST-DOCTORAL ASSOCIATE, School of Public Health, Department of Biostatisti Two-year, renewable post-doctoral position to develop and implement advanced, innovative statistical methods for a range of clinical research areas. We are particularly interested in applicants who have experience and interest in: longitudinal data analyses; causal modeling; and missing data methods. However we will consider applications from those in other related research areas.<br /><br />The successful applicant is expected to participate actively both in collaborative research projects and applied methodological research. The work will involve close collaboration with Biostatistics faculty as well as clinical investigators. The position also has potential for teaching opportunities. Applicants should have strong motivation, high dependability, and excellent communication and writing skills. Strong programming skills are required in languages such as R and/or SAS. 6/4/2017 10:17:04 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers POSTDOC, School of Medicine, Anatomy &amp; Neurobiology, Boston, US POSTDOC, School of Medicine, Anatomy &amp; Neurobiology Your support will involve providing assistance on a wide range of activities in the Human Neurobiology (HUB) Laboratory including, but are not limited to: <br /><br /> Facilitate the development of study protocols, project plans, timelines, study reports, IRB submissions, and scheduling by coordinating input from various sources including literature, experts, collaborators, and internal team members (20%)<br /> Perform other clinical and research duties when requested and serve as the point of contact to support staff, investigators, and researchers regarding investigational logistics and protocols to resolve day-to-day problems (20%)<br /> Interact with subjects prior to and through research studies including screening, scheduling, task administration, and other subject management activities (10%)<br /> Assist in the preparation of scientific abstracts and manuscripts to disseminate results through peer reviewed manuscripts and academic conferences (25%)<br /> Apply for additional funding including drafting grant applications, identifying new funding opportunities, and assist in program management of ongoing research grant administration. (10%)<br /> Oversee implementation of study protocol and integration of methodologies including, but not limited to neuropsychological testing, EEG, MRI, non-invasive brain stimulation, and other behavioral, neurophysiological, and biological assays. (15%) 6/4/2017 10:17:03 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers POST-DOCTORAL RESEARCH FELLOW,MED School of Medicine, Computational Biomedi, Boston, US POST-DOCTORAL RESEARCH FELLOW,MED School of Medicine, Computational Biomedi We are seeking a creative and motivated postdoctoral fellow to join our lab within the Section of Computational Biomedicine, Department of Medicine at Boston University School of Medicine, and participate in our active research program aimed at using genomic approaches to understand the biology of premalignant lung disease. Current areas of interest include using high-throughput sequencing technology to discover gene and small RNA expression changes and alterative splicing events that are associated with progression/regression of premalignant lesions. Analyses will include characterizing differential gene and miRNA expression as well as splicing, utilizing network reconstruction algorithms to discover potential regulatory mechanisms, developing sensitive and specific biomarkers able to predict disease outcome and/or predict chemotherapeutic outcome, and integrating results with mouse data and other previously published lung cancer datasets. 6/4/2017 10:17:03 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Post-doctoral Fellow, MED School of Medicine, Boston, US Post-doctoral Fellow, MED School of Medicine We are seeking a highly motivated postdoctoral fellow to focus on the molecular biology of melanoma. The main goal of the Lang Laboratory at Boston University is to determine the molecular mechanism of melanoma growth, survival, and metastasis. This candidate will have opportunities for in vitro and in vivo studies in melanoma cancer research. These projects include molecular biology, histology and histopathology, protein biology, and mouse models. Representative publications from the lab include Kubic, J.D. et al., Oncogene 2015 34:(38)4964, JBC 2015 290:(36)21901, and Mol Cancer Res, 2012 10:(8)1065. 6/4/2017 10:17:03 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers MOLECULAR VIROLOGY POST-DOCTORIAL RESEARCH ASSISTANT, Boston, US MOLECULAR VIROLOGY POST-DOCTORIAL RESEARCH ASSISTANT The primary purpose of this Molecular Virology Post-Doctoral Research Assistant position is to study virus pathogenesis and attenuation of mumps. This independent research project will be performed under the direction of the principal investigator, Dr Paul Duprex (Boston University School of Medicine). The successful applicant will be a highly proficient virologist who should have significant experience 1) working with RNA viruses, 2) passing/transfecting/infecting human and animal cell lines in vitro, 3) using a wide-range of molecular biology techniques and 4) designing and constructing complex recombinant DNA plasmids. Publications in high impact virology journals commensurate with the applicant’s experience are desirable. Applicants should have presented data orally at an international meeting and ideally should have some experience in making grant applications, again commensurate with the applicant’s experience. 6/4/2017 10:17:02 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH FELLOW, MED Laboratory of Molecular NeuroTherapeutics, Boston, US POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH FELLOW, MED Laboratory of Molecular NeuroTherapeutics The research will be conducted in the Laboratory of Molecular NeuroTherapeutics, led by Dr. Tsuneya Ikezu, in the Department of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics, Boston University School of Medicine. The laboratory has several research projects directed toward identification of cellular and molecular pathobiology of Alzheimer’s disease. The recruited postdocs will be primarily assigned for the project exploring the role of extracellular vesicles on tau propagation in mouse models and in human biospecimens. 6/4/2017 10:17:02 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers POSTDOC, School of Medicine, Boston, US POSTDOC, School of Medicine An NIH-funded postdoctoral position is available in the laboratory of Dr. Clint Makino, Department of Physiology and Biophysics, Boston University School of Medicine. The fellow will use electrophysiological and microspectrophotometric methods to explore the molecular basis of visual transduction in vertebrate rods and cones, mechanisms of regulation, and the disruptive effects of retinal disease. 6/4/2017 10:17:02 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers POST DOCTORAL ASSOCIATE, School of Medicine, NEIDL, Boston, US POST DOCTORAL ASSOCIATE, School of Medicine, NEIDL DUTIES:<br /><br /> Immunochemical analysis of granulomas and isolation of phenotypic characterization of macrophages from TB granuloma<br /> Perform FACS analysis, in vitro culture and infection of bone marrow-derived macrophages.<br /> Analysis of cytokine gene expression and cell death pathways.<br /> Develop and test noval congenic mouse models<br /> Perform analysis of gene expression including preparation of libraries for RNA-seq.<br /> Design, execute, interpret and present data to PI and prepare manuscripts for publications and at national and international conference meetings. 6/4/2017 10:17:01 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers POST-DOCTORAL RESEARCH FELLOW,MED School of Medicine, Computational Biomedi, Boston, US POST-DOCTORAL RESEARCH FELLOW,MED School of Medicine, Computational Biomedi We are seeking a creative and motivated postdoctoral fellow to join our lab within the Section of Computational Biomedicine, Department of Medicine at Boston University School of Medicine, and participate in our active research program aimed at using genomic approaches to understand the biology of premalignant lung disease. Current areas of interest include using high-throughput sequencing technology to discover gene and small RNA expression changes and alterative splicing events that are associated with progression/regression of premalignant lesions. Analyses will include characterizing differential gene and miRNA expression as well as splicing, utilizing network reconstruction algorithms to discover potential regulatory mechanisms, developing sensitive and specific biomarkers able to predict disease outcome and/or predict chemotherapeutic outcome, and integrating results with mouse data and other previously published lung cancer datasets. 6/4/2017 10:17:01 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers POSTDOC, MED, Anatomy &amp; Neurobiology, Boston, US POSTDOC, MED, Anatomy &amp; Neurobiology Your support will involve providing assistance on a wide range of activities in the Human Neurobiology (HUB) Laboratory including, but are not limited to: <br /><br /> Facilitate the development of study protocols, project plans, timelines, study reports, IRB submissions, and scheduling by coordinating input from various sources including literature, experts, collaborators, and internal team members (20%)<br /> Perform other clinical and research duties when requested and serve as the point of contact to support staff, investigators, and researchers regarding investigational logistics and protocols to resolve day-to-day problems (20%)<br /> Interact with subjects prior to and through research studies including screening, scheduling, task administration, and other subject management activities (10%)<br /> Assist in the preparation of scientific abstracts and manuscripts to disseminate results through peer reviewed manuscripts and academic conferences (25%)<br /> Apply for additional funding including drafting grant applications, identifying new funding opportunities, and assist in program management of ongoing research grant administration. (10%)<br /> Oversee implementation of study protocol and integration of methodologies including, but not limited to neuropsychological testing, EEG, MRI, non-invasive brain stimulation, and other behavioral, neurophysiological, and biological assays. (15%) 6/4/2017 10:17:01 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers POSTDOCTORAL ASSOCIATE, SPH School of Public Health, Global Health, Boston, US POSTDOCTORAL ASSOCIATE, SPH School of Public Health, Global Health 6/4/2017 10:17:01 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers POST-DOCTORAL ASSOCIATE, SPH Department of Biostatistics, Boston, US POST-DOCTORAL ASSOCIATE, SPH Department of Biostatistics Two-year, renewable post-doctoral position to develop and implement advanced, innovative statistical methods for a range of clinical research areas. We are particularly interested in applicants who have experience and interest in: longitudinal data analyses; causal modeling; and missing data methods. However we will consider applications from those in other related research areas.<br /><br />The successful applicant is expected to participate actively both in collaborative research projects and applied methodological research. The work will involve close collaboration with Biostatistics faculty as well as clinical investigators. The position also has potential for teaching opportunities. Applicants should have strong motivation, high dependability, and excellent communication and writing skills. Strong programming skills are required in<br />languages such as R and/or SAS. 6/4/2017 10:17:00 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Postdoctoral Research Associate, Bio-engineering, Boston, US Postdoctoral Research Associate, Bio-engineering An opening is immediately available for a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the newly founded Bio-engineering department of Northeastern University. We are looking for candidates with strong background in computational physics/imaging, GPU-based parallel computing and programming to joint an NIH-funded research project to develop state-of-the-art photon transport modeling and optical imaging methods and software pipelines. 6/4/2017 10:17:00 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Postdoctoral Research Associate - Biochemistry in Nanosensors, Boston, US Postdoctoral Research Associate - Biochemistry in Nanosensors We are accepting candidates for a postdoctoral research associate in our multidisciplinary research group. Our group designs nanosensors to detect ions (Na, K, Ca, etc.) and small molecules (Histamine, acetylcholine, etc.), and we are building up to detecting larger molecules. We are looking for motivated candidates who have a strong background in biochemistry, particularly protein biochemistry and/or inflammation. The candidate must have an interest in nanotechnology, as the project will focus on detection of inflammatory markers using implantable nanosensors. 6/4/2017 10:16:59 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Postdoctoral Research Associate, Biology, Boston, US Postdoctoral Research Associate, Biology The Konry Lab http://www.northeastern.edu/konrylab/ is looking for a Postdoctoral Research Associate to join our multidisciplinary project in Single Cell studies. The project is conducted in collaboration with HMS and Tufts medical center. The Postdoctoral Research Associate will perform basic or applied research of a limited scope, primarily using existing theories and methods and assist the supervisor in the interpretation and publication of results and grants. The primary responsibility is ensuring that the research is complete. He or she should be motivated, able to work well in teams, and have excellent communication skills. Potential areas of application include: microfluidics, cell culture, microscope operation, molecular biology and immunology, assay and bio assay development, biomarker analysis, biosensors and diagnostic devices/tools development. 6/4/2017 10:16:59 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Postdoctoral Research Associate - Biochemistry in Nanosensors, Boston, US Postdoctoral Research Associate - Biochemistry in Nanosensors Postdoctoral Research Associate – Biochemistry in nanosensors<br />We are accepting candidates for a postdoctoral research associate in our multidisciplinary research group. Our group designs nanosensors to detect ions (Na, K, Ca, etc.) and small molecules (Histamine, acetylcholine, etc.), and we are building up to detecting larger molecules. We are looking for motivated candidates who have a strong background in biochemistry, particularly protein biochemistry and/or inflammation. The candidate must have an interest in nanotechnology, as the project will focus on detection of inflammatory markers using implantable nanosensors. 6/4/2017 10:16:59 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Postdoctoral Research Associate, Biochemistry, Boston, US Postdoctoral Research Associate, Biochemistry Performs basic or applied research of a limited scope, primarily using existing theories and methods. Assists the supervisor in the interpretation and publication of results and grants. Maintains the laboratory and may exercise functional supervision over supporting research staff. Primary responsibility is ensuring that the research is complete. The appointment generally does not extend beyond two years.<br /><br />The Barnett Institute of Chemical and Biological Analysis at Northeastern University is seeking a postdoctoral research associate to perform research using proteomic profiling techniques. This position will require the development of nanoLC-MS- or/and CE (capillary electrophoresis)-MS-based ultra-sensitive proteomic technologies for deep characterization of limited availability clinical and biological samples (e.g. rare cells in blood, extracellular microvesicles); quantitative profiling of post-translational modifications and elucidation of molecular mechanisms of biological phenomena. The successful candidate will be actively involved in interdisciplinary research within the laboratories of the Barnett Institute and the biomedical/biotech community in the Boston area. 6/4/2017 10:16:58 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Postdoctoral Research Associate, Biology, Boston, US Postdoctoral Research Associate, Biology We are looking for postdoctoral researchers who enjoy working on fundamental and quantitative problems in biology, surrounded by an interdisciplinary group of engineers, biologists, and physicists. Areas of particular interest include ribosome-mediated control of protein synthesis, stem cell differential, as well as proteomics and translational regulation in single cells. 6/4/2017 10:16:58 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers 2017 Summer Internship: Native Plant Propagation Intern, New York, US 2017 Summer Internship: Native Plant Propagation Intern Westchester Land Trust is interested in restoring areas after invasive species are removed. In 2016, WLT started native plant propagation at its headquarters – Sugar Hill Farm – in Bedford Hills and we want to increase our propagation area. This project will be suitable for a high school, college or a graduate student and involves establishing native plants in our propagation growing area for future restoration projects. Over the winter of 2016-2017 WLT staff cleared shrubs and fenced in a 400m2 area that the intern will be working in and maintaining. Our goal for this project is to teach an intern how to propagate plants from seed, cuttings, and plant division. This work will also produce plants that we can use for WLT restoration projects on the preserves we own and open to the public (700+acres). The intern will also assist in prepping a restoration site on a WLT preserve to be ready for planting newly propagated plants. A large part of the native plant propagation will also be managing pest outbreaks, including weeds. Overall, the intern will gain valuable experience in horticulture, wild plant and seed collection, restoration, and pest management. The intern may have the opportunity to develop a secondary research project on pollinators, butterfly development, or out planting under the guidance of Dr. Shaun McCoshum.<br /><br />Intern responsibilities<br /><br />WLT’s Preserve manager/ Educator and Native Plant Propagation Intern will work collaboratively to undertake establishing a new native plant growing area. The intern will trouble shoot problems and learn new ways to propagate native plants.<br /><br /> Propagate native plants from seed, cuttings, and plant division<br /> Transplant native plants to growing area once they are large enough to be put in the ground<br /> Maintain growing area and keep weeds under control<br /> Assist with invasive species removal on a preserve for native plants to be planted in at the end of the summer<br /> Control pest problems in growing area<br /><br />Internship deliverables (to be completed by late August/ September, 2017)<br /><br /> A diverse native plant propagation area<br /> Cleared site on a preserve to restore<br /> Restoration planting of native plants on a preserve 6/4/2017 10:16:58 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Associate Public Health Sanitarian 2, New York, US Associate Public Health Sanitarian 2 The Bureau of Wastewater Treatment is responsible for the operation and maintenance of all facilities related to the treatment of sewage within the five boroughs of New York City. This includes wastewater treatment plants, sludge dewatering facilities, collections facilities (pumping stations, combined sewer overflow retention facilities, regulators, tide gates), wastewater laboratories and harbor vessels.<br /><br />Working under direct supervision, responsibilities include assisting in developing and revising employee environmental health and safety (EH&S) management policies and programs; evaluating the effectiveness of EH&S programs and recommending and implementing improvements; providing EH&S guidance and support to bureau staff; coordinating EH&S programs; performing job hazard analyses and monitoring; analyzing results of assessments and monitoring programs; supporting and managing EH&S contracts; and responding to EH&S emergencies (24 hour on-call). Responsibilities will require conducting meetings; researching and reviewing OSHA, DOL, DEC, FDNY and other regulations and polices; assisting in providing training; preparing reports, presentations and work plans; and reviewing Health & Safety Plans. Responsibilities are primarily related to federal, state and local EH&S laws and regulations. Duties include field and office activities. EH&S policies and programs indicated above include, but are not limited to: Confined Space Entry; Control of Hazardous Energy; PPE; Hot Work; Powered Industrial Trucks; Bulk Petroleum and Chemical Storage; Regulated Waste (Hazardous, Universal, Used Oil, Recycling, etc.) Management; Occupational Noise/Hearing Conservation; Bloodborne Pathogens; Respiratory Protection; Scaffolding; Asbestos, Lead, Mercury and PCB Management; and RTK/Hazardous Communication. 6/4/2017 10:16:57 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Environmental Health &amp; Safety Incident Investigator, Queens, US Environmental Health &amp; Safety Incident Investigator The Office of Environmental Health and Safety (OEHS) seeks to hire an Environmental Health & Safety Incident Investigator located in Flushing, New York. <br /><br />Under direction, the selected candidate will conduct incident investigations which are required to gather information, determine causes and provide recommendations for program improvements to prevent similar re-occurrences. The scope of investigatory activity includes but is not limited to reviewing and/or investigating employee complaints related to alleged or verified infractions of environmental or employee health and safety regulations, injuries, accidents, near misses, and incidents or allegations of workplace violence. The selected candidate will prepare accurate investigation reports in accordance with DEP policies and procedures for doing incident investigations. Candidate will be responsible for maintaining accurate case files and entering data as required into DEP incident tracking databases. Candidate will conduct research and work with outside consultants as it may relate to the completion of investigations.<br /><br />Candidate may also be involved in follow-up of EHS assessments of conditions that may be identified as contributing factors in causing the incident.<br /><br />The selected candidate will be expected to produce structured, clear, thorough yet concise investigation and safety assessment reports for EHS incidents as well as workplace violence complaints/incidents. Reports are sent to Senior Management.<br /><br />The selected candidate will demonstrate the ability to conduct thorough investigations, perform effective and professional interviews, pay attention to and identify details or avenues of review that are necessary for a successful investigation, and to complete written investigation reports within 45 days.<br /><br />This position will report to a Director within the Office of Environmental Health and Safety. Selected candidate will have ability to exercise moderate latitude and judgment in the execution of investigatory and reporting activities under general supervision. 6/4/2017 10:16:57 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Health Inspector, Bureau of Environmental Disease and Injury Prevention, Manhattan, US Health Inspector, Bureau of Environmental Disease and Injury Prevention The Bureau of Environmental Disease and Injury Prevention's (EDIP) mission is to prevent environmental disease and injury in homes, communities and the workplace, and to protect health by promoting healthy environments and health equity. EDIP conducts research and surveillance and develops policies and programs to prevent illnesses, injuries and death. EDIP has 3 Programs - Healthy Homes, Environmental Health Assessment and Communications, and Injury and Violence Prevention and 3 support Offices - Research and Surveillance, Policy and Programming, and Emergency Planning and Operations. This position will be situated in the Health Homes Program.<br /><br /><br /><br />DUTIES WILL INCLUDE BUT NOT BE LIMITED TO:<br /><br />• Complete all ongoing classroom and field training.<br /><br />• Conduct initial and follow-up environmental inspections of cases and complaints in all five boroughs.<br /><br />• Use technology to assess environmental hazards.<br /><br />• Interview families to gather information on potential lead exposures and other home health hazards, demographic and health information.<br /><br />• Provide families with educational materials on lead poisoning and other healthy homes issues.<br /><br />• Communicate findings of inspections as required.<br /><br />• Document and communicate outcomes of inspectional and other related activities.<br /><br />• Complete appropriate forms and generates all required reports.<br /><br />• Enforce the appropriate laws, codes, rule, regulations.<br /><br />• Immediate and appropriate action is taken when an imminent health or safety hazard is identified. 6/4/2017 10:16:57 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Public Health Inspector, Bureau of Food Safety and Community, Manhattan, US Public Health Inspector, Bureau of Food Safety and Community The work of the inspector includes implementing, educating about and enforcing groundbreaking laws to protect the public’s health such as the Smoke-Free Air Act, which eliminated smoking and second-hand smoke in all public places; the banning of heart-disease causing trans fats in NYC food facilities, mandating calorie information be displayed in restaurants to help promote decision-making by the dining public, ant to assess restaurant conditions for the posting of a sanitary letter grade summarizing their performance. These immensely important and popular programs help prevent and reduce heart disease, obesity, and foodborne illnesses. Check us out! The Health Department maintains a website where the public can view inspection results at www.nyc.gov/health/restaurants. <br /><br />The Food Safety program uses the most up-to-date technical equipment to support the work of inspectors, including handheld computers to conduct inspections and investigations, real-time uploading of results to a central database and website, and the availability of mobile phone apps to inform the public. <br /><br />As a Health Inspector, you may inspect restaurants, mobile food carts, day camps, shelters, pools, saunas, correctional facilities, schools, senior centers, soup kitchens and residences to ensure compliance with all laws and regulations enacted to protect the public’s health. Exemplary inspectors also support training at our Health Academy, and may conduct both enforcement and consultative inspections on behalf of permitted businesses. 6/4/2017 10:16:57 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Project Assistant, New York, US Project Assistant The CUNY ASRC’s Environmental Science Initiative seeks applications from individuals with field experience in botany, ornithology, entomology, ecology, and soil science to serve as a Part-Time Project Assistant. This position is funded from June 2017 to August 2017. Multiple vacancies are available. <br /><br />Duties will consist of field work for an ecological study of residential yards in and around the city of Baltimore, MD. The primary focus will be on survey and characterization of plants, birds, and insects. Some laboratory preparation and computer data entry will also be needed.<br /><br />Other Duties<br /><br />Applicant should be able to work effectively as part of a team.<br /><br />Physical requirements include: kneeling, digging, crouching and standing for long periods of time, and hiking while carrying field equipment (no more than 50 lbs) for up to 1 mile. 6/4/2017 10:16:56 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Utility Forester (Experienced), New York, US Utility Forester (Experienced) Essential Duties and Responsibilities <br /><br /> Handle customer request tickets as well as complaints related to scheduled pruning and/or completed pruning<br /> Audit tree contractor’s work for compliance with utility’s specifications<br /> Pre-plan all tree-trimming work<br /> Perform pre-inspection and QA work in advance of, during, and after tree-trimming work<br /> Conduct hazard tree assessments<br /> Communicate daily with the utility client, contractors, landowners, and the general public<br /> Perform duties in a manner that will promote and maintain good public relations.<br /> Assume other duties and responsibilities as assigned 6/4/2017 10:16:56 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Horticulture Supervisor, Brooklyn, US Horticulture Supervisor The Prospect Park Alliance is currently seeking a Horticulture Supervisor. The Horticulture Supervisor has the opportunity to work in and contribute to a setting internationally recognized for both historic and contemporary design in landscape architecture. Reporting to the Director of Landscape Management, this position is responsible for overseeing and implementing the planning, installation, and maintenance of all horticultural areas in Prospect Park including park entrances, plantings around buildings and playgrounds, and other related areas. In addition, the Horticulture Supervisor supports the work of general park maintenance by seeing that horticultural sites are tidy and free of litter, by removing snow in the winter and by supporting litter and weed control operations on the park’s perimeter sidewalks and cobblestones.<br /><br />Responsibilities<br /><br /> Collaborating with park designers to create new beds and /or plantings<br /> Scheduling and supervision of horticulture staff<br /> Purchasing and ordering supplies and equipment<br /> Documenting work of horticulture crews and participating in all landscape tasks including but not limited to: planting, weeding, mowing, pruning, raking and leaf-blowing, weedwhacking, garbage collection, herbicide application and snow removal. <br /> Coordinating horticulture-related projects with volunteers, contractors and interns 6/4/2017 10:16:56 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Microbiology, Bronx, US Microbiology Navy Microbiologists combat unique and exotic microorganisms that are found wherever Navy personnel are called to serve. Conducting medical research and development. Creating a culture of innovation and sustainability on the clinical level at Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC). Or examining wound cultures aboard the USNS Comfort during a humanitarian mission, providing medical care to patients in a dozen countries. 6/4/2017 10:16:55 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Commercial Agribusiness Product Manager, New York, US Commercial Agribusiness Product Manager The ideal candidate will have experience in property & casualty product management including leading teams, conducting commercial regulatory filings, conducting product rate reviews, developing underwriting strategies, developing competitor market awareness, and supporting the profitable growth initiatives of the line of business. Strong technical background and expertise in Agribusiness/Farm & Ranch is preferred including a deep understanding of the unique exposures and coverage needs related to the various Agribusiness industries.<br /><br /><br />Job Purpose/Role:<br /><br />Relying on strong analytical and product development skills and serve as the product management liaison for the rapidly evolving Commercial Agribusiness segment to underwriting and other related areas.<br /><br />Develop and execute strategic business goals and initiatives that result in growth, profitability, and sustainability of Commercial Agribusiness.<br /><br />Maintain and create new relationships with producers and clients to ensure positive brand recognition, renewal and new business.<br /><br />Ensure our position as a market leader in Agribusiness.<br /><br />Create a product offering for Commercial Agribusiness exposures.<br /><br />Build internal expertise in Commercial Agribusiness across underwriting, claims, and other related functions.<br /><br />Help AGCS become recognized by clients and producers as a trusted and profitable Agribusiness insurer in the market.<br /><br />Outperform the local market across the cycle in terms of profitability and growth.<br /><br />Strong change leadership (restructuring, new roles, engagement, communication, and conflict resolution).<br /><br /><br /><br />KEY RESPONSIBILITIES<br /><br />Develop, define and execute Global Agribusiness underwriting strategy to drive profitable growth and a leading market position.<br /><br />Improve and monitor underwriting area of responsibility.<br /><br />Portfolio development, diversification strategy and definition of target portfolio.<br /><br />Claims and risk management.<br /><br />Interact with actuary, reinsurance, finance, compliance, underwriting, market management, etc.<br /><br />Partner with Region(s) and other Lines of business (LoB) to develop cross marketing opportunities.<br /><br />Proactively support acquisition of new business and retention of existing business (including client and broker negotiations where necessary).<br /><br />Agribusiness specific corporate underwriting, including business appetite definition, authority proposal, implementation of underwriting framework, adherence to underwriting framework in close cooperation with Global Agribusiness Leader, and CUO Global Business Analysis (i.e., Global Process Coordination).<br /><br />CUO Line of Business referral responsibility for Agribusiness.<br /><br />Make suggestions with regards to Agribusiness specific pricing, tools, processes and organizational matters.<br /><br />Drive product development/product enhancements for Agribusiness including cross-line products, identify market/clients’ needs and trends in accordance with Global P&C Leader's decision.<br /><br />Provide underwriting targets and portfolio definition.<br /><br />Provide risk evaluation, pricing and wording.<br /><br />Establish and manage Global Practice Groups and Expert Teams.<br /><br />Identify trends, market developments, market claims, market potentials and clients in close coordination with Global Agribusiness Leader, Regional Line of Business Head and respective Underwriters of other Lines of Businesses.<br /><br />Provide acquisition support (including direct client, broker negotiations, and specific presentations at broker events).<br /><br />Drive and facilitate Agribusiness specific internal and external communication in close cooperation with all relevant parties.<br /><br />Facilitate regular regional exchange between the Regions with regards to Agribusiness.<br /><br />Build, facilitate and multiply Agribusiness knowledge within all Regions under the responsibility of Global Agribusiness Leader. 6/4/2017 10:16:55 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Senior Consultant – SAP Dairy Management FI/CO, New York, US Senior Consultant – SAP Dairy Management FI/CO The Senior Consultant is a senior consulting leader who is responsible for managing and guiding the team during client projects. The consultant is responsible for the analysis, design, scheduling, construction and delivery of solutions to meet client expectations. The Senior Consultant maintains the relationship between the client and MSG and oversees the day-to-day operations of the project until completion. In some cases, the Senior Consultant leads several client projects and/or part of the presales effort with potential clients. Duties are usually performed at a customer site. This person works both independently as an individual contributor on mid-to-large-sized tasks/projects and as a mentor providing guidance to less senior consultants on projects and tasks of all sizes and complexities.<br /><br /><br />Specific Responsibilities include but are not limited to:<br /><br /> Provide SAP Finance and Costing expertise for SAP components in the areas of: FI/CO, COPA, CO Sub modules<br /> Act as the subject matter expert for the SAP Dairy Management practice in North America<br /> Provide guidance and recommendation to the clients<br /> Provide oversight and manage SAP Dairy Management projects<br /> Support SAP Dairy Management presales effort <br /> Participate in training/mentoring customers and internal consultants<br /> Contribute to and participate in the msg Global Knowledge Communities 6/4/2017 10:16:55 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Children’s Garden Seasonal Instructor, Brooklyn, US Children’s Garden Seasonal Instructor Primary Responsibilities:<br /><br /> Lead an age-based group of 12 children in hands-on gardening instruction in a half-acre edible garden (ages 4 to 6; 7 to 9; or 10 to 13).<br /> Develop seasonal, inquiry-based lesson plans, including horticultural tasks, science experiments, cooking activities, and/or nature crafts.<br /> Maintain several assigned garden plots when children are not in attendance.<br /> Mentor two to three teen apprentices who assist instructors in facilitating their group. 6/4/2017 10:16:54 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Plant Health Care Specialist, Elmsford, US Plant Health Care Specialist PRIMARY DUTIES<br /><br /> Performs all functions of Plant Health Care: SM, tree injection, root invigoration also including administration, scheduling, inspections, sampling, treatments, inventories, equipment maintenance, record keeping, report writing, and customer relations<br /> Understands and demonstrates proficiency with products and techniques used to maintain plant health<br /> DOT qualified driver/can operate all PHC trucks and equipment<br /> Understands and adheres to label directives on each product used<br /> Utilizes all appropriate personal protective equipment<br /> Ensures that all company policies regarding the storage and handling of pesticide products are adhered to<br /> Understands and practices the correct mixing and transportation procedures<br /> Understands and practices the appropriate plant health diagnostic skills<br /> Demonstrates the proper pesticide application skills<br /> Understands and implements drift control procedures<br /> Understands and implements all required record keeping and on line reporting procedures<br /> Supervises and monitors all PHC specialists and work<br /> Demonstrates correct pesticide container disposal techniques<br /> Supervises and trains other Plant Health Care Specialists during performance of assigned work<br /> Attend PHC training<br /> Leads by example<br /> Reports for duty at the designated location on time each day<br /> Is prepared to work as a member of a tree care crew, under the crew leader’s supervision<br /> Learns and understands the dangers associated with electrical hazards<br /> Follows directions from the crew leader or designated supervisor, arborist representative, or local manager<br /> Learns, understands, and adheres to all safety rules and company safety policies<br /> Participates in all safety training sessions offered, asks questions, and improves job safety skills<br /> Submits samples and reports to the diagnostic clinic<br /> Understands and follows directives on all pesticide and fertilizer work orders<br /> Communicates well with crew leader, arborist representative, and local manager<br /> Interacts regularly with clientele in order to ensure job satisfaction 6/4/2017 10:16:54 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Landscape Inspector, New York, US Landscape Inspector Position will include onsite inspection documentation quality control contractor payment review daily client interaction and public interaction for City of New York Dept. of Parks and Recreation projects. 6/4/2017 10:16:54 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Utility Forester, Long Island City, US Utility Forester Essential Duties and Responsibilities <br /><br /> Handle customer request tickets as well as complaints related to scheduled pruning and/or completed pruning<br /> Audit tree contractor’s work for compliance with utility’s specifications<br /> Pre-plan all tree-trimming work<br /> Perform pre-inspection and QA work in advance of, during, and after tree-trimming work<br /> Conduct hazard tree assessments<br /> Communicate daily with the utility client, contractors, landowners, and the general public<br /> Perform duties in a manner that will promote and maintain good public relations.<br /> Assume other duties and responsibilities as assigned 6/4/2017 10:16:54 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Director of Horticulture, Hamptonburgh, US Director of Horticulture The Director of Horticulture oversees all PharmaCannis multi-state greenhouse grow operations to deliver quality and innovative cannabis product strains and variety to medical cannabis patients. This is a great opportunity for a horticulture expert eager to make a positive impact in changing people’s lives while optimizing greenhouse operations and implementing innovative new cannabis growing and breeding techniques. This role can be located in Illinois or New York. Responsibilities include:<br /><br /> Utilizing a continuous improvement and production oriented mindset, leads the entire greenhouse manufacturing operations of our multi-state cultivation centers and oversees all aspects of crop growing and production including quality, health, productivity, and yield<br /><br /> Determines production planning parameters such as production efficiency, quantities and<br /> harvest dates, product mix, safety and yield levels, to ensure production commitments<br /> are met.<br /><br /> Develops methods to monitor and measure department activity to identify areas of success<br /> and areas of opportunity to control production efficiency, manufacturing<br /> variances, material waste, labor expense and other indicators of profitability<br /><br /> Works closely with the sales and dispensary teams to coordinate, communicate and<br /> deliver on inventory, production, and product mix goals; incorporates new and<br /> updated products and SOPs. Ensures capabilities and go to market plans are<br /> aligned.<br /><br /> Directs the cultivation teams and monitors plant scheduling and harvesting through inventory management system to precisely coordinate production with the needs of retail, wholesale and<br /> processing departments.<br /><br /> Develops and implements rules, regulations, standard operating procedures to advance our mission, vision, goals and objectives.<br /><br /> Directs cultivation teams to grow the highest-quality, patient-safe medical cannabis in an efficient and cost effective manner.<br /><br /> Reviews current systems for operational efficiency and stays abreast of grow and other greenhouse technology and product developments in the cannabis industry and related industries.<br /><br /> Provides staff with the information, training, direction, guidance and resources necessary to accomplish established individual, departmental and company objectives. Continuously monitors progress and results, providing direct reports with corrective action or re-direction as<br /> necessary.<br /><br /> Ensures operational compliance with company policies and regulatory requirements in the areas of safety, product safety, compliance, employment, quality, and good manufacturing practices.<br /><br /> Drives consistency across all operations including materials, procedures, and staff training. Refines procedures and protocols based on best crop management practices.<br /><br /> Develops and implements procedures for optimal growing and harvesting conditions. Implements mitigation strategies as needed.<br /><br /> Develops and implement contingency plans to address unexpected challenges.<br /><br /> Leads new market development and cultivation build outs from concept through sustainable operations.<br /><br /> Hires and trains lead growers and labor .required to meet the evolving needs of the growth operations<br /><br /> Ensure the entire crop growth operation is fully maintained and meets all applicable health and safety requirements.<br /><br /> Oversees adherence of the crop growth operations to the Company’s product safety and quality programs 6/4/2017 10:16:53 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Green Jobs Sustainability Training Program Instructor, New York, US Green Jobs Sustainability Training Program Instructor Key Responsibilities<br /><br /> Deliver course information and instructional objectives in accordance with the established curriculum. (80%)<br /> Evaluate students’ performance of course objectives through different forms of course work and activities, and provide feedback to students and the program. (15%)<br /> Make recommendations for academic support for students as needed. (3%)<br /> Meet with program administrators and other instructional team members. (2%) 6/4/2017 10:16:53 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Vivian and Edward Merrin Vice President for Glasshouses and Exhibitions, New York, US Vivian and Edward Merrin Vice President for Glasshouses and Exhibitions Reporting to the Vice President for Horticulture and Living Collections, the Vivian and Edward Merrin Vice President for Glasshouses and Exhibitions is the senior leadership figure in glasshouse horticulture at The New York Botanical Garden and the creative force behind NYBG’s unparalleled program of glasshouse exhibitions. The Vice President leads a staff of approximately 25 managers, glasshouse specialists, curators and hands-on horticulturists who: design, install, and maintain four glasshouse exhibitions each year; produce nearly 100,000 plants annually for exhibitions and seasonal displays; tend diverse collections of tropical and desert plants for display, ex situ conservation, research, and education; and maintain the structure and systems of the historic Lord and Burnham-designed Enid A. Haupt Conservatory and the state-of-the-art Nolen Greenhouses for Living Collections. The Vice President plays an important leadership role in strategic and master planning and institutional advancement activities, while serving as a primary spokesperson for NYBG exhibitions and glasshouse horticulture in the media and among professional colleagues regionally, nationally, and internationally.<br /><br /><br />SPECIFIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES<br />• As leader of the Exhibitions Team, designs, plans, and coordinates the installation and maintenance of at least 4 glasshouse exhibitions each year, including the Orchid Show, a large-scale flower show with an interdisciplinary theme; an exhibition of elaborately trained chrysanthemums; and the Holiday Train Show.<br />• Supervises directly and through supervisory personnel a workforce responsible for production, installation and maintenance of all glasshouse collections.<br />• Supervises directly the Director of the Nolen Greenhouses responsible for managing the Nolen Greenhouses workforce.<br />• Supervises directly the Manager of the Enid A. Haupt Conservatory responsible for managing the workforce that cares for the collections and exhibitions in the Conservatory.<br />• Supervises directly the Senior Preservation Specialist and works closely with the Operations Department on all aspects of the Conservatory and Nolen Greenhouses building and infrastructure management and maintenance.<br />• Oversees labor relations issues related to the staff of both glasshouses.<br />• Manages directly Conservatory and Nolen Greenhouses budgets and budgets related to all glasshouse displays and exhibitions.<br />• Identifies needs, develops proposals with the Vice President for Horticulture and Living Collections; tracks and co-manages with Operations and Capital Projects special repair and restoration projects in the Conservatory and the Nolen Greenhouses.<br />• Sets and promotes institutional standards for use of the glasshouse collections with other departments and outside groups to preserve and promote the living collections.<br />• Works closely with the Integrated Pest Manager to coordinate best insect and disease control in the Conservatory, Conservatory Courtyards, and for the Nolen Greenhouses.<br />• Works closely with all members of the Horticulture management team to successfully coordinate all Horticulture work in and around the Conservatory and Nolen Greenhouses.<br />• Works closely with members of Education, Visitor Services, Communications, Development, and External Relations to successfully coordinate their activities in and around the Conservatory and Nolen Greenhouses.<br />• Works closely with Science Staff, School of Professional Horticulture staff, public students, outside scholars and professionals, and all other appropriate interested groups and individuals to coordinate best use of the glasshouse living collections for research and education.<br />• Other related work as required. 6/4/2017 10:16:53 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Forest Intern, New York, US Forest Intern The Forest Intern, under direct supervision, assists the Director of the Thain Family Forest and Forest staff to follow the guidelines of the Forest Management Plan to restore and study the Forest.<br /><br />DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:<br /><br /> Work alongside Forest staff on Forest restoration including invasive species management, trail maintenance, native plant propagation, restoration, planting, ecological monitoring including ongoing Citizen Science initiatives such as wildlife, plant phenology, and water quality monitoring<br /> Be required to write a written report for the Garden on their work 6/4/2017 10:16:53 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Intern - Food Security and Agriculture, New York, US Intern - Food Security and Agriculture Duties and Responsibilities<br /><br /> Create a report of relevant initiatives led by international organizations operating in the region related to agriculture, food security, nutrition, biotechnology and related topics, for the purpose of identifying potential partners and exploring collaboration possibilities.<br /> Create a report on initiatives operating in Colombia that relate to agriculture, environmental sustainability, rural reforms and related topics and that may be related to the New Vision for Agriculture in Colombia. This work will serve to coordinate efforts across public and private programs operating in the country, thus leveraging efforts and strengthening impact. <br /> Support the team in identifying opportunities for collaboration in Brazil by researching key initiatives taking place in the country, which will serve as a foundation for collaboration in Brazil ahead of the World Economic Forum on Latin America in 2018.<br /> Gather updated statistics and data for the Latin American region on agriculture and related topics, to be integrated into reports and engagement.<br /> Create a Latin America constituents database to streamline outreach and engagement. 6/4/2017 10:16:52 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Postdoc-Cardiovascular Research, Philadelphia, US Postdoc-Cardiovascular Research Postdoctoral positions will be available in the laboratories of Dr. Robert Levy, Dr. Ilia FIshbein and Dr. Stanley Stachelek as of the 1st or 2nd quarter, 2017 on both a NHLBI Training Grant (T32) and other sponsored projects. The focus of the inter-related programs is research with a special emphasis on heart valve disease, biomaterials, arterial injury and stent angioplasty. Specific published topics include calcification, oxidative stress, CD47 modified materials, and gene delivery stents. Postdocs with both interest and experience in cardiovascular medicine should apply to Requisition ID: 10945. Include cover letter, CV, names and email addresses of 3 references with the application. 6/22/2017 9:25:13 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Postdoctoral Research Training Fellowships in DNA Damage Response, Duarte, US Postdoctoral Research Training Fellowships in DNA Damage Response City of Hope: Postdoctoral Research Training Fellowships in DNA Damage Response and Oncogenic Signaling (DNADRS)<br /><br />Funded by the National Cancer Institute (T32CA186895), the program at City of Hope provides exceptionally motivated postdoctoral fellows with scientific knowledge, research training and professional skills in the rapidly growing and interconnected fields of DNA damage response and oncogenic signaling (DNADRS). The goal of the program is to provide innovative curriculum and mentored research that prepares an elite group of highly motivated fellows to become successful, independent researchers in cancer biology. Fellows can choose a mentor from 17 faculty members, all of whom are performing cancer-focused, funded, high-impact research in DNADRS, and have a history of mentoring postdoctoral fellows. Required coursework includes curriculum in DNA Repair, Epigenetics and Cancer, and Oncogenic Signaling. In addition, trainees will participate in journal clubs, data clubs, professional development seminars, monthly luncheons with mentors, national and international scientific conferences, and a yearly DNADRS Symposium. <br /><br />Fellowships are for three years with an institute-supplemented stipend ($59,146 per year plus a full benefit package) and $5,000 for research supplies.<br /><br />Program Leadership:<br /><br />Binghui Shen, Ph.D., Program Co-director<br />Timothy O’Connor, Ph.D., Program Co-director<br />Jeremy Stark, Ph.D., Program Associate director<br /><br />Program Faculty: <br /><br />David Ann, Ph.D.<br />Professor, Department of Diabetes Complications and Metabolism<br /><br />WenYong Chen, Ph.D.<br />Associate Professor, Department of Cancer Biology<br /><br />Yuan Chen, Ph.D.<br />Professor, Department of Molecular Medicine<br /><br />Wendong Huang, Ph.D.<br />Associate Professor, Department of Diabetes Complications and Metabolism<br /><br />Mei Kong, Ph.D.<br />Associate Professor, Department of Cancer Biology<br /><br />Peter Lee, M.D.<br />Billy and Audrey L. Wilder Professor in Cancer Immunotherapeutics, Department of Immuno-Oncology<br /><br />Yilun Liu, Ph.D.<br />Associate Professor, Department of Cancer Genetics and Epigenetics<br /><br />Linda Malkas, Ph.D.<br /><br />M.T. & B.A. Ahmadinia Professor in Molecular Oncology, Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology<br /><br />Susan L. Neuhausen, Ph.D.<br />The Morris & Horowitz Families Professor in Cancer Etiology and Outcomes Research, Department of Population Sciences<br /><br />Timothy R. O'Connor, Ph.D.<br />Professor, Department of Cancer Biology<br /><br />Dustin Schones, Ph.D.<br />Assistant Professor, Department of Diabetes Complications and Metabolism<br /><br />Binghui Shen, Ph.D.<br />Professor, Department of Cancer Genetics and Epigenetics<br /><br />Jeremy Stark, Ph.D.<br />Associate Professor, Department of Cancer Genetics and Epigenetics<br /><br />John A. Termini, Ph.D.<br />Professor, Department of Molecular Medicine<br /><br />Yanzhong (Frankie) Yang, M.D., Ph.D.<br />Assistant Professor, Department of Cancer Genetics and Epigenetics<br /><br />Hua Yu, Ph.D.<br />Billy and Audrey L. Wilder Professor in Tumor Immunotherapy, Department of Immuno-Oncology<br /><br />Xiaochun Yu, M.D., Ph.D.<br />Professor, Department of Cancer Genetics and Epigenetics 6/20/2017 1:55:45 PM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers Senior Scientist - Biologist, Chantilly, US Senior Scientist - Biologist The candidate shall provide subject matter expertise and support analysis and geospatial processing of data. 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The candidate must be motivated to contribute in a team environment, collaborate across multiple scientific and technical disciplines, and be excited to develop new skills. The candidate must have the flexibility to balance multiple on-going tasks while operating efficiently with minimal supervision. The candidate must be detail oriented and be able to appropriately document their work.<br /><br />Job functions may include:<br /><br />Conducting sample analysis using various analytical chemistry techniques including gas chromatography mass spectrometry (GC-MS) and/or liquid chromatography mass spectrometry (LC-MS).<br />Developing methods for the detection of a wide variety of analytes.<br />Developing and executing test plans, and data analysis.<br />Domestic travel may be required. 6/19/2017 10:26:05 AM Recent jobs published on Bio Careers