Categories: Faculty / Physician
Department: Radiation Oncology
Full/Part Time/PRN: Full-Time
Experience and Education:
Ph.D. in Biochemistry and/or Molecular Biology or equivalent required. Three to five years of postdoctoral training; minimum two publications from Grad School; one every two years after Postdoc.
Plans, organizes, coordinates, directs, and personally participates in assigned scientific or medical research project. Selects or assists in selection of key research personnel. Determines specific goals or objectives to be attained and assigns and reviews work of subordinates. Plans experimental protocols.
Reviews and analyzes resulting research data. Revises techniques or approaches to work problems as indicated necessary by research data.
Compiles, writes, and submits research results to supervisor. Prepares or assists in preparation of research papers, reports, and abstracts for publication as one of co-authors.
Designs, develops, or adapts equipment used in experiments or research to obtain desired results.
Plans and supervises training of technicians and other laboratory personnel with respect to proper laboratory techniques, use of laboratory equipment, and safety procedures.
Participation in preparation of manuscripts and research funding applications will be required, as well as participation in lab group activities and divisional activities as appropriate.
**Other Duties: Performs other duties as assigned.
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