PUCL Job#1304 - Cytometry Res. Tech. Yale School of Medicine (03/13/21)

The Yale School of Medicine Flow Cytometry Core has a job opening for a cytometry research technologist.
Yale is well-known for its leading immunology, cell biology, pharmacology and cancer research. The research environment is very vibrant. Our facility is well-developed with over 500 active registered users from over 200 different labs. The facility is comprised of 7 sorters, 13 analyzers including an Amnis Imagestream X, 2 CytoFlex LXs and 2 BD Symphonies (6 laser)and a Luminex 200. We also offer several fee for service options for our users. Please see our website for more details:
We are looking for candidates with substantial flow cytometry experience, particularly with large fluorophore panels. Hands-on experience with cell sorting is preferred. The qualified candidate will operate and maintain a FACSAria II cell sorter as well as maintain analytic flow cytometers. Responsibilities include staining samples and acquiring and/or analyzing data for researchers on a fee-for-service basis, including Luminex style assays, as well as cryopreserving samples for researchers, also as a fee-for-service. All core facility staff are involved in advising facility users on experimental design and troubleshooting data acquisition issues. 
Qualified applicants should send a resume and describe your interest in a short email directly to Ann Haberman ( or Lesley Devine ( You must be pre-qualified to work in the USA, as Yale will not sponsor visas for staff positions.

Ann Haberman, PhD

Director, Flow Cytometry Facility
Associate Professor
Departments of Immunobiology and Laboratory Medicine
Yale University School of Medicine
New Haven, CT 06519



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