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Biological Scientist III - Pediatrics Cellular and Molecular Therapy 29092300 - MD-PEDS-CELL / MOLEC THERP DIV Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Department of Pediatrics, Division of Cellular and Molecular Therapy is seeking senior level scientists for a Biological Scientist III position in Dr. Shannon Boye's laboratory. The incumbent will perform laboratory experiments using gene therapy applications and procedures established in this lab. The individual in this position is expected to function autonomously and troubleshoot simple to complex scientific issues independently (minimally alter or modify procedures if necessary).  The position requires work with rodent animal models, histological work, and molecular/cellular work.
Biological Scientist II 28060000 - VM-COMP, DIAG & POP MEDICINE Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
This position is responsible for maintaining the departmental shared lab(s) which house multi-user equipment for use by all researchers in the department. Responsibilities include equipment maintenance and upkeep, providing technical and scientific support to users of the lab(s), and keeping accurate records of experiments, supplies, and equipment servicing. This position will also act as general research support as needed in other labs within the department as well as assist with set up and operations of teaching labs for courses within the department. The ideal candidate will be a self-starter, able to work independently with little day-to-day direction, and comfortable with a workload that changes from day to day.
Biological Scientist II 60210000 - AG-SOIL AND WATER SCIENCE Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
This full-time Biological Scientist II position is located in the Soil and Water Sciences Department at the University of Florida (UF) in Gainesville. This position works in a team-based interdisciplinary setting to conduct environmental research including the establishment of experimental trials, the collection of samples (soil, water, and vegetation), the characterization of samples, and the summary/analysis of data. This position is also responsible for managing day-to-day research operations including addressing field and laboratory safety, procuring and maintaining equipment, and training/oversight of laboratory users.
Biological Scientist II - Acute Care Surgery 29141003 - MD-SURGERY-TRAUMA Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Biological Scientist will function in an Acute Care Surgery (ACS) laboratory as a team leader that conducts experiments, analyzes the data and presents the information locally and nationally. This position will be sponsored by a recent extramurally funded research project led by a faculty member of the Department of Surgery ACS Division. This position will work in conjunction with other lab personnel to maintain a 40 hour week work, including weekends and holidays as needed.
OPS Animal Care Technician I - Cage Wash 11800000 - RE-ANIMAL CARE SERVICES Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Animal Care Technician I (ACT1) provides basic care of animals and animal facilities by completing primarily simple and routine animal caretaking and cage wash duties as directed by Operations Manager or their designee, which may occur up to 50% of the time of overall job duties and responsibilities. All actions are completed by strictly and consistently following applicable ACS SOPs including safety procedures and policies. Reports any suspected or actual deviations to SOP’s or non-routine situations immediately to Operations Manager or their designee. This position is working in one of Animal Care Services cage wash sections, this ACT1 will operate cage wash machinery to include tunnel washer, rack washer, bedding vacuum system, waste disposal BSC, water bottle filling station, bedding dispenser, autoclaves and other related units. Will maintain cage wash support-areas including Edstrom water rooms, gas tank rooms, storage rooms, etc.
Biological Scientist IV - Clinical Genomics 29180300 - MD-NEUROLOGY-MOVEMENT DISORDER Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
This Biological Scientist IV position is part of the University of Florida’s College of Medicine’s Department of Neurology and the Clinical and Translational Science Institute’s (CTSI) Clinical Genomics Program. This staff member will play a leading role in helping to communicate and organize work between Dr. Farrer and a dedicated team of scientists studying the genetic etiology of neurologic disorders. The latter include a clinical studies coordinator, genetic counsellor, bioinformatician and technicians (Biological Scientist II) within the program and licensed molecular genetic staff within UF Health Pathology. This position will perform high-throughput sequencing, multiplex genotyping and Sanger sequencing, and a combination of population and pedigree-based molecular genetics and summary statistical analyses based on that data. As such they will be expected to be adept with bioinformatic methods for genome alignment and annotation, and genetic variant analysis, including a variety of open source statistical packages. Their research effort will support several IRB research protocols in brain health and neurologic disease and pediatric medicine. Their clinical service will oversee the design, development and successful implementation/adoption of new clinical genomic testing for UF Health. The applicant must also be willing to lend their genetic expertise to accelerate and meet demand for genetic testing during the current Sars-Cov2 pandemic.
Biological Scientist I 60910000 - AG-SWFREC-IMMOKALEE Collier
Responsibilities in field, greenhouse, and laboratory working with citrus and other plants in support of the Citrus Pathology program at the UF/IFAS Southwest Florida Research and Education Center


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