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As one of the nation's top five pediatric research centers, Seattle Children's Research Institute is dedicated to providing hope, care, and cures to help every child live the healthiest and most fulfilling life possible.
Our investigators are involved in hundreds of projects that cover every phase of research, from studying how diseases work to improving investigational therapies. They have pioneered groundbreaking cystic fibrosis treatments and cutting-edge cancer therapies that help a child's immune system defeat cancer, and made other major contributions to pediatric medicine.
Researchers work in close collaboration with one another, their colleagues at partner institutions including the University of Washington and Fred Hutch and our healthcare providers at Seattle Children's Hospital, one of U.S. News & World Report’s top children's hospitals. This collaboration is one of our key strengths, allowing our faculty to draw on a variety of disciplines and techniques as they pursue solutions to some of medicine's most complex problems.
We are committed to not only treating disease but to eliminating it. Help us achieve our vision of being a worldwide leader in pediatric research aimed to improve the health and well-being of children. If you are interested in a challenging career aimed at groundbreaking research, Seattle Children's Research Institute is the place for you.
The Sather lab is recruiting a Research Scientist III to lead a project on HIV-1 vaccine induced B cell evolution and Fc-effector function. This is a direct bench research position, but will require driving multiple aspects of the overall research project and to help coordinate the work of multiple scientists, as well as assisting in writing grants and manuscripts. The candidate must be highly skilled in molecular biology approaches, as this work is heavily reliant on NGS approaches to studying vaccine-elicited immunity mediated by B cells.
- Bachelor's Degree or higher in a scientific discipline or related field.
- Minimum five years of related experience with a strong publication record (May require a PhD for certain lab specialties. If Master's prepared, minimum three years of related experience in a field of scientific study).
- Experience analyzing data using imaging software
- Experience with laboratory coordination.
- PhD or equivalent in immunology, molecular biology, or similar field
- 3-5 years of productive postdoctoral research, as evidenced by publications
- Substantial prior experience in biochemistry, molecular biology, and tissue culture techniques
- Familiarity with mouse brain development.
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The people who work at Seattle Children’s are members of a community that seeks to respect and celebrate all the qualities that make each of us unique. Each of us is empowered to be ourselves within this community, which cultivates and promotes equity, diversity, and inclusion at all levels.
Seattle Children’s is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Workplace and Affirmative Action Employer.