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Clinical Pathology Medical Technologist (CARE) 28334300 - VM-CLINICAL PATHOLOGY Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Clinical Pathology Laboratory within the University of Florida Veterinary Hospitals is recruiting for a Medical Technologist. The position accurately performs a variety of routine biological and chemical test procedures on blood, urine and other body fluids and tissues, from clinical and research animals. Procedures are performed in the hematology, chemistry, endocrinology, urinalysis and cytology laboratories, performs preventive maintenance and quality control on laboratory equipment, performs quality control on analytical procedures at required intervals and document QC in the appropriate logs.
Veterinary Diagnostic Lab Clinical Pathology Technician I (CARE) 28334300 - VM-CLINICAL PATHOLOGY Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Clinical Pathology Laboratory within the University of Florida Veterinary Hospitals is recruiting for a Veterinary Lab Tech. The position accurately performs a variety of routine biological and chemical test procedures on blood, urine, and other body fluids and tissues, from clinical and research animals. Procedures are performed in the hematology, chemistry, endocrinology, urinalysis and cytology laboratories, Performs preventive maintenance and quality control on laboratory equipment. Performs quality control on analytical procedures at required intervals and documents QC in the appropriate logs. This position requires a post-offer health assessment.
Clinical Research Coord I 29080100 - MD-PATHOLOGY-GENERAL Main Campus (Gainesville, FL)
The Clinical Research Coordinator I will work exclusively on the Network for Pancreatic Organ Donors with Diabetes (nPOD) Project (www.jdrfnpod.org) within the Department of Pathology, Immunology, and Laboratory Medicine at The University of Florida. This position will be responsible for portions of the daily administrative management of the project, a multi-year research program under the direction of Mark Atkinson, Ph.D. The position will be responsible for many critical aspects of the program. This incumbent will be asked to provide excellent customer service to various internal and external constituents.
OPS Part-time (Plant Pathology & Lettuce Breeding) 60740000 - AG-EREC-BELLE GLADE Palm Beach
Job Location is in Belle Glade at the University of Florida, IFAS, Everglades Research and Education Center. The lettuce breeding group is looking for an OPS part-time position to assist the lettuce breeding group in several tasks that usually involve, greenhouse, field and laboratory work. Please note work will be required in hot conditions of field and green house.
Biological Scientist I 60190000 - AG-PLANT PATHOLOGY St. Lucie
The Biological Scientist I (entry level) position will assist in ongoing research studying the metabolism, growth, and adaptation of Earth bacteria to simulated Martian conditions and the survival of bacteria under biocidal interplanetary space conditions. This position is a grant funded, time limited position beginning May 1, 2020, and anticipated to last three years subject to funding. This position is located at the Life Sciences Lab adjacent to the Kennedy Space Center. Mars Astrobiology Research: The search for life on Mars will be enhanced by characterizing the limits of growth of terrestrial microorganisms under simulated Martian conditions. We have successfully grown bacteria under Martian conditions at 7 mbar, 0oC, and CO2-enriched hypoxic atmospheres [see Schuerger et al. (2013), Astrobiology 13(2), 115-131; and Schuerger and Nicholson, (2016), Astrobiology, 16(2), 964-976]. Ongoing experiments have identified a total of 31 hypopiezotolerant bacteria (i.e., bacteria that tolerate low-pressures) from diverse soils including Siberian permafrost, Arctic soils, and alpine soils. Future research will focus on characterizing the limits of growth for the hypopiezotolerant bacteria under increasingly complex simulations of the harsh Martian surface. Microbial Survival in Interplanetary Space: All planetary spacecraft spend some portion of their missions cruising through interplanetary space exposed to harsh conditions of low pressure, dramatic high/low temperature fluctuations, extreme desiccation, high solar UV irradiation, and ionizing radiation. Future research will characterize the synergistic effects of high vacuum, solar heating, solar UV irradiation, and ionizing radiation on the survival of bacteria that might be adhered to spacecraft surfaces.


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