The University of Pittsburgh, Department of Surgery, T.E. Starzl Transplantation Institute is seeking a full-time Research Instructor. The incumbent will perform various human cellular immunology and molecular biology techniques, identify/troubleshoot technical problems and optimize protocols. He/she will collect research data, prepare graphs, perform research assays, maintain cell lines, cell purification, PCR and prepare manuscripts. Applicants should have a PhD or MD/PhD degree with at least three (3) years of laboratory experience in a relevant field. The candidate should be highly motivated and detail oriented, and will interact with and train fellow/students in the lab. He/she will address and solve problems using new ideas or adapting existing practices appropriately. Sound judgment, strong analytical skills and exceptional interpersonal skills are a must.
Application Process: Reply with CV to: Timothy R. Billiar, MD Distinguished Professor of Surgery Chair, Department of Surgery P.O. Box 7533 Pittsburgh, PA 15213 firstname.lastname@example.org The University of Pittsburgh is an EEO /AA/M/F/Vets/Disabled employer
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