The primary purpose of the Research Project Manager is to provide leadership and management of the complex and multi-institutional research programs. This will include coordinating operational aspects and ongoing pipeline development of the multiplex immunohistochemistry (IHC) platform with the Knight Diagnostics lab and Computational Biology.
The Project Manager interacts with, establishes and maintains professional and cooperative relationships with business partners, administrators, research scientists/investigators, laboratory personnel and other healthcare and academic professionals to ensure efficient communication, follow-thorough, and management of scientific short/long range goals. Will ensure all program milestones are being met, produce periodic and regular budget proposals, project metrics, data reports and publications on activities and progress of programs.
In addition, the Senior Research Program Manager will help develop new panels of antibodies and advance the analytic capabilities of the program based on reading and interpreting scientific literature, hands-on oversight of mIHC staining, oversee work assignments and output from three employees, and affirm quality control of output and interpretation of data. Specific responsibilities include:
Management of Scientific and Industry Projects
Contract negotiation and lead major projects
Bachelor's degree and 9 years of relevant work experience: OR Master's degree and t years of relevant work experience; OR Doctorate degree in relevant field
Proficient and comfortable with a highly diversified, multidisciplinary work environment demonstrating the ability to simultaneously drive multiple complex projects
Familiarity with pathology workflows, digital imaging, and imaging analytics
Ability to manage high volume information flow of scientific concepts in a very organized and timely manner
Proficient in reporting and presenting technical and biological data to a diverse audience
Comfortable with cancer biology technologies and jargon
Proficiency withcomputers, running computational algorithms and pipelines, MS Office suite, Outlook, Graph Pad Prism, Illustrator, Adobe suite, Webex, zoom, Box, Dropbox, OneDrive
Excellent analytical, organizational and communication
Background in tissue biology, histopathology immunohistochemistry, biostatistics, data science, and/or grant writing
Proficiency in immunohistochemistry on FFPE tissue specimens, whole slide brightfield digital imaging, viewing and annotating digital images, and performing image analysis using computational algorithms
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