This Clinical Lab Scientist performs procedures in the UCSF Pathology Epigenomics Laboratory of the UCSF Department of Pathology. These procedures are specialized molecular diagnostic tests with application in oncology. This position involves the operation of laboratory equipment, successful completion of documentation required for quality control, and transcription of test results such that results are accurately reported in a timely fashion. This position will also require the ability to successfully collaborate with faculty, staff, and appointed directors to troubleshoot errant results and malfunctioning laboratory equipment as needed. The qualified applicant is expected to follow established quality control procedures and participate in all associated tasks in the section. Furthermore, the qualified applicant will have a role in the evaluation and implementation of methods and instruments per the discretion of supervisory staff and faculty.
Location: San Francisco, California
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