The Center for Radiochemistry Research provides scientists with access to a suite of powerful tools for imaging with short-lived radionuclides, data analysis and is integrated with campus centers (SARIC and nuclear medicine clinic)forquantitative imaging of these tracers in vivo that provides spatial and temporal data in order to improve our basic understanding of biochemical pathways, disease processes and help select personalized treatments that enhance clinical care.
We are seeking a skilled chemist with strength in radiochemistry to serve as Lab Manager and support our mission to delivery high quality radiopharmaceuticals. Work with the cyclotron and perform PET Radiochemistry techniques, in a fast paced, Core Service and Research capacity.
Conducting research to develop new radiosynthesis methods and methodologies and service radiosynthesis of positron emitting radiopharmaceuticals
Some equipment maintenance, including operating the cyclotron
Supervising workers in the laboratory, providing instruction in automated synthesis methods, radiochemistry and manufacturing methods and cGMP techniques, maintains and develops SOPs
Maintains research documents and records, maintains instrument qualifications and environmental controls
The Lab Manager works very closely with the Director of the Center for Radiochemistry Research.
Masters Degree with major courses in relevant field and 3 years of relevant experience; OR Bachelor's Degree with major courses in field of research and 5 years of relevant experience
Completed coursework in radiochemistry
Prior experience working with positron emitting radionuclides, remote and automated systems
Experience working with Cyclotron
Strong organizational and communicationskills
Ability to manage diverse tasks under pressure and with accuracy
Flexibility in work hours, and a commitment to excellence
Experience with excel and graphical programs
Must be able to maintain laboratory safety at all times
5 years of relevant experience
Doctorate degree in relevant field
Prior training on PET Radiochemistry techniques
Prior experience with PET radiochemical techniques
PETtrace Cyclotron Service Training
Apply here online. Please be sure to upload a cover letter and Resume or CV.
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