Essential Functions: The person filling this position will perform experiments and analyze data in the Proteomics Core Facility. They will work on projects submitted by other investigators. All work will be focused on mass spectrometry based analysis and on technologies for molecular interaction analysis.Sample preparation for proteomic mass spectrometry.Operate mass spectrometers.Analyze raw mass spectrometry data using commercial and open source software.Perform secondary "informatics" analysis of data using commercial and open source softwareMaintain and repair mass spectrometersMaintain records of all work performedAttend meetings within the laboratory group and with groups submitting samples
Qualifications: Ph.D. in Biomedical Science or related fieldKnowledge, Skills and AbilitiesOperate mass spectrometers using Xcalibur softwareUse MaxQuant and Proteome Discoverer softwareRepair and maintain Thermo Scientific mass spectrometersSample preparation for proteomic mass spectrometryChemical labeling of proteome samplesFamiliarity with open source bioinformatics software.
Internal Number: 76_208892
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