Conducts experiments/tests required to develop, optimize, validate, and implement new flow cytometry laboratory assays for patient clinical testing. The successful candidate is also responsible for performing routine flow cytometry assays for clinical diagnostic purposes. The candidate must be able to work effectively across functional disciplines and under tight deadlines with minimal supervision. The position requires skills to perform, evaluate, and determine the reliability of test results and procedures, and understand the regulatory and accrediting agency requirements related to flow cytometry; all clinical activities must be conducted in compliance with CLIA, CAP, and all other clinical laboratory regulatory requirements.
Internal Number: R0010961
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