Cancer Research

Research Post Doctorate Fellow - GI Cancer (Dallas)

The Research Post Doctoral Fellow will periodically present seminars on his/her original work-in-progress and make informative presentation on scientific articles at Journal Club. The position of Research Post Doctoral Fellow is designed to be a 3-5 years duration, with the goal of developing young Scientists into independent Investigators. The process focuses on honing skills to design and implement a research strategy and effectively present his/her data in oral and written media for the purpose of obtaining grants and scientific publications.

Research Associate/Lab Manager

The Research Associate plans and organizes research projects under the direction of a Principal Investigator. The Research Associate coordinates and provides technical direction to research lab staff, analyzes data to determine next objectives, plans and organizes research projects and establishes procedures to be used in executing research studies, and coordinates and provides technical direction to the work activities of the project staff to ensure efficient and cost-effective completion of the project. In addition, the Research Associate analyzes, interprets, compiles and reports project results to Principal Investigator and ensures that all safety procedures and research protocols are understood and adhered to by research staff members.

Research Assistant

The Research Assistant I, under general supervision of the Investigator and Laboratory Manager, is an entry level position for an individual who will perform basic Lab techniques and general Lab maintenance that assists in the conduction of an Investigator's Research project. The Research Assistant I performs basic Immunology techniques such as pipetting, staining, preparing media, aliquoting, etc., according to the Laboratory's Standard Operating Procedures. The Research Assistant I must also demonstrate an aptitude for acquiring knowledge and new skills that relate to Immunology Research and the particular project on which he/she works.