OPS Research Coordinator

 
  • University of Florida
  • United States
  • Mar 26, 2024
Full Time - Fixed Term

Job Description:

Classification Title:

OPS Research Coordinator

Job Description: We are seeking a laboratory manager with excellent organizational and communication skills to help us catalog human samples received by the laboratory, interface with clinical partners to assure transfer of specimens, maintain the laboratory’s regulatory compliance records, and manage day-to-day operations such as chemical waste management, purchasing, and supply management. Additional responsibilities may also include coordinating research meetings, assisting with rodent post-operative pain management, as well as conducting histopathology, microscopy, or biochemical assays. Prior experience with histopathology and microscopy is desired, but not required, as we are able to train these skills for new staff.
Minimum Requirements:

Applicants must have a B.S. degree in a biomedical sciences field, such as biochemistry, pathology, physiology, or biomedical engineering. Other degree fields will also be considered if the applicant has the desired skill sets.

Preferred Qualifications:

Dr. Allen’s research focuses on understanding complex interactions between different physiologic systems within the context of knee osteoarthritis. The centering question for his laboratory is how does the degeneration of the articular joint lead to joint pain and disability. The laboratory employs multiple scientists with broad expertise across medical research; thus, applicants must be able and willing to collaborate with other lab members with a broad range of scientific expertise. The primary role for the lab manager is to coordinate sample transfer and documentation between different scientific teams.

Special Instructions to Applicants:

For consideration, please send cover letter and resume to Dr. Kyle Allen at kyle.allen@bme.ufl.edu

Health Assessment Required: No