Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center Pathology Network Shared Resource (PNSR) is seeking a HRI Scientist. The HRI Scientist will lead the image analysis and multi-spectral services within the PNSR. The HRI Scientist will develop new panels for multispectral imaging and perform analysis of data; assist investigators with experimental design and set up of projects relating to image analysis or multi-spectral services. The HRI Scientist will coordinate with histology staff to oversee and maintain antibody libraries and perform staining. The HRI Scientist will interact with faculty, research scientists, postdoctoral and other research staff as a consultant to develop experimental design for projects relating to image analysis or multi-spectral services. In addition, the HRI Scientist will assist the Director of PNSR in the development and implementation of new services as technology becomes available.
Applicants must have an M.D. or PhD in an appropriate field or a Master’s degree in an appropriate field. The preferred candidate will have a PhD degree in the life sciences or related field with experience in research pathology and advanced imaging. The preferred candidate will have expertise in image analysis and multi-spectral image analysis; experience with Vectra Polaris and understanding of histology staining and techniques is strongly desired. In addition, the preferred candidate will have experience with grant and manuscript writing; a history of scientific publication; experience in a research setting, including troubleshooting and optimizing assays, have experience in or the ability to learn new techniques in multi-spectral image analysis systems; experience with research regulatory requirements. The candidate will possess excellent customer service, communication and leadership skills; ability to prioritize and multi-task; strong computer skills. Previous supervisory experience is preferred.
Roswell Park is the world’s oldest cancer center established in 1898, which is known for numerous basic science and translational discoveries in oncology. RPCI is a NCI-recognized Comprehensive Cancer Center that runs multidisciplinary research combining, under the umbrella of its CCS Grant, multiple Programs aimed at understanding, preventing and curing cancer. It has state-of-the-art research infrastructure enabling all aspects of modern biomedical research – from discovery work towards clinical validation – and provides a highly stimulating academic and clinical environment.
This is a grant-funded position. Compliance with funding requirements such as time and effort reporting, grant deliverables, and contract deliverables is required.
Health Research Incorporated (HRI) Roswell Park Division participates in the E-Verify program.
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Interested applicants can apply by referencing posting #6470 to www.roswellpark.org/careers/apply-online