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The Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at UCLA is looking to recruit an Associate Researcher to conduct morphology-driven research in genitourinary malignancies, focusing on cancer genetics and tumor microenvironment profiling.
The candidate will assist PI to establish and manage a Histo-, ImmunoHisto- and MolecularPath-combined Laboratory. Candidate will work with PI in research design, budget classification, IRB protocol preparation, cohort assembling, protocol development and optimization, data analysis, manuscript and grant proposal preparation. Candidate will perform tissue-based experiments independently, including but not limited to IHC, ISH, InSitu PCR, tissue dissection, DNA and RNA isolation, library preparation, TMA construction, and digital image analysis. Candidate will determine suitable NGS, microarray, and spatial profiling platforms for different questions, and interpret molecular and imaging data with clinicopathologic correlations. Candidate will present at research meetings, to follow current literatures to develop novel concepts and ideas, to introduce innovative technologies, to supervise other personnel in the laboratory, and to play a leadership role in a research team.
Qualified candidates must have a M.D. and/or Ph.D., or equivalent. Demonstrated excellent histopathology and molecular pathology skills and an outstanding record of tissue-based research performance is essential. The candidate will have excellent communication, interpersonal and organizational skills. A minimum 8 years’ experience in a tissue-based research laboratory and 1 year administrative experience is preferred.
All interest candidates must apply online via this link: https://recruit.apo.ucla.edu/JPF04507 and submit a current CV, cover letter describing previous accomplishments and research background, diversity statement and names of three references. We welcome candidates whose experience in research or community service has prepared them to contribute to our commitment to diversity and excellence.
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