Open positions at OCSSB
Postdoctoral Scholar (Nan Lab)
The Postdoctoral Scholar will work on a project focusing on single-molecule and superresolution imaging of oncogenic signaling processes, with a focus on the nanoscopic spatial regulation of Ras GTPases and HER family receptors. The Nan Laboratory is equipped with a suite of advanced imaging tools including multispectral superresolution microscopy (MSSRM) and interferometric photoactivated localization microscopy (iPALM). These tools will allow a much more systematic and accurate view of the molecular details that govern the biology of Ras and HER in model cell lines and tissues.
Research Assistant 2 (Beatty Lab)
The Research Assistant 2 will work in the Beatty Lab and contribute to the scientific direction and planning for a project within the lab. The RA2 will be part of an interdisciplinary team developing novel tags for high-resolution imaging. Projects will likely include methods used in chemical biology, including fluorescence microscopy, fluorescent labeling, molecular biology, analytical biochemistry, and bioconjugation chemistry.
Research Associate - Imaging Specialist (Nan Lab)
The Research Associate - Imaging Specialist will work to provide support for the biological imaging activities for the Nan Lab, and will be further trained on single-molecule and superresolution imaging with emphasis on microscope operation, maintenance, and data processing.
Cryo-Electron Microscopy Research Assistant 2 (PNCC)
The Research Assistant 2 will work to provide support to the team by conducting specimen preparation and experiments using appropriate techniques, and providing research support and training to visiting Scientists at Pacific Northwest CryoEM Center (PNCC).
Cryo-Electron Microscopy Research Associate (PNCC)
The Research Associate provides support to the team by conducting specimen preparation and experiments using appropriate techniques, and providing research support and training to visiting Scientists at Pacific Northwest CryoEM Center (PNCC).
Cryo-Electron Microscopy Senior Research Assistant (PNCC)
The Senior Research Assistant provides support to the team by conducting specimen preparation and experiments using appropriate techniques, and providing research support and training to visiting Scientists at Pacific Northwest CryoEM Center (PNCC).
NIH-U24 Project Coordinator (PNCC)
This position is responsible for providing admin support, tracking metrics, and reporting to ensure proactive coordination of activities in support of a new NIH-funded cryo-EM center that is a collaboration between Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) and Oregon Health Sciences University (OHSU). While the position will be funded by the PNNL, this position is located at OHSU in Portland, Oregon where the incumbent will be working directly with OHSU and PNNL staff as well as a diverse external user base.
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