PUCL Job#1358 - Res Analyst II (Flow Cytometry) Duke (Jan 31, 2022)


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Duke University Medical Center (DUMC) is a world-class academic hospital, educational institution, and basic and clinical research center situated in Durham, NC. DUMC is seeking a highly motivated Lab Research Analyst-II to join our Flow Cytometry Core Facility, which offers a range of flow cytometry services to the research community.


Job Description:

The Laboratory Research Analyst-II incumbent will be part of the Duke Cancer Institute (DCI) Flow Cytometry Core Facility team. This position involves helping researchers with their Flow Cytometry needs and performing cell sorting services. Prior Flow Cytometry experience with experiment design, acquisition and analysis is required. Experience operating a cell sorter is highly desired but not required. Experience working within a shared resource facility is a plus. Other responsibilities include but are not limited to - helping with instrument QC, setup and maintenance, scheduling, usage tracking and billing, contributing towards developing SOPs and guidelines, helping researchers with data analysis (experience with FACSDiva, FlowJo, FCSExpress and other Flow Cytometry analysis software is a plus), troubleshooting instrument issues. Supervise, train and instruct residents, interns, students or lower-level personnel in laboratory techniques and procedures. Confer with Core Facility Director in developing plans for research operations, projects and to discuss the interpretation of results and the preparation of scientific manuscripts for publications. Perform other related duties incidental to the work described herein. The above statements describe the general nature and level of work being performed by individuals assigned to this classification.



• Work requires a bachelor's degree in a relevant biomedical field (immunology, biology, microbiology, molecular biology, biochemistry, cell biology etc.)

• Strong technical background in biological sciences and complex flow cytometry assays

• Demonstrated ability in the interpretation and evaluation of data.

• Strong interpersonal skills. Individual must interact with peers, and diverse users with a wide range of technical expertise and education.

• Evidence of and willingness to collaborate in the planning of research operations.

• Experience in providing instruction to students, postdoctoral fellows, and other researchers concerning technical procedures and solutions related to flow cytometry.

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Please direct any questions about this position to Javid Mohammed (


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