This Genomics Research Coordinator (GRC) position has dual primary roles. The first is to serve as a biospecimen sample intake and tracking coordinator for OGR/TGL and to work with research teams, clients on and off campus, other core facilities and supervisors to secure appropriate samples, process them through the LCCC Tissue Procurement Facility (TPF) as needed, enter them into the TGLLIMS, and label them in accordance with LIMS/TGL requirements. The role of this position is also to continually devise ways to make the sample intake and tracking process more efficient and work with LIMS managers to improve LIMS functional and operational capabilities. In addition, this person will help develop, implement and continually improve laboratory best practices, standard operating procedures (SOPs) and documentation methods. The second primary role is to serve as a genomics sample coordinator within OGR. Recent funding for Lineberger investigators include designation as an Integrated Translational Scientific Center for oncology cooperative group and independent clinical trials as well as several individual grants that will supply samples through the genomics translational pipeline from sample entry to bioinformatics analysis.
Education and Experience:
Bachelor's degree in a discipline related to the field assigned and one year of related training or experience; or equivalent combination of training and experience. All degrees must be received from appropriately accredited institutions.
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