Job PurposeOur laboratory develops and performs cell therapy trials forpatients with malignancies and virus-associated diseases. Thesuccessful candidate would have experience in a laboratory thatdevelops and analyzes cellular immunotherapies. Will performimmunoassays on blood from patient on clinical trials and developand optimize the production of cell therapy products. With minimaltraining, should be able to work independently.Job DutiesConduct immunoassays on blood from patients or healthydonors.Culture virus specific T-cells, along with other cells andconducting assays, such as ELISpots, cytotoxicity assays, and flowcytometry along with the analysis of the data obtained from theseassays.Attend group meeting, assisting with making buffers, restockingsupplies in the lab, and helping to maintain the overallfunctioning of the lab.Work with a large and diverse group of individuals and to be ateam player, i.e., be willing to assist others with theirexperiments and eventually be called upon to train new members inthe lab. Preferred QualificationsMaster’s degree in a related field is preferred.Bachelor of Science with 2-3 years of experience. Ideally,experience in cell culture work in an immunotherapy lab. Baylor College of Medicine is an Equal Opportunity/AffirmativeAction/Equal Access Employer.6389CA; CH Minimum QualificationsBachelor’s degree in a Basic Science or related field.Four years of relevant experience is required.
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Related Helping to celebrate 25 years of Ironman New Zealand, Prime Minister John Key visited Taupo and reaffirmed the importance of the event for the local economy and wider tourism industry.“Ironman New Zealand is critically important for us here in New Zealand,” he said. “We’re a big tourism destination, we want to attract people down here and make sure they see a lot of New Zealand. Something like the Ironman anchors a natural string of tourism into the country but it also showcases New Zealand. We’re going to be in the homes of millions of people around the world, so it’s a fantastic way for them to have a look in to our part of the world and hopefully it’ll wet their appetite to come down and visit.“Attracting off-peak tourism is really important. We get a lot people in January and February, it’s getting people to come the rest of the year. The other thing is the exposure. It’s one thing for people to come here and go back and tell their friends. It’s quite another matter for millions of people to see the race and think that looks like a place to go. They’ve been making such fantastic shows from the previous 24 years of competitions.”www.ironman.co.nz
Lenexa adopts sixth project plan for public financing of Ridgeview Mining districtThe Lenexa City Council on Sept. 15 voted 6-0 to adopt a sixth project plan for public financing of the Ridgeview Mining TIF District.Located at the northeast corner of Ridgeview Road and K-10 Highway, the project will become a mixed-use site comprising 80,000 square feet across eight buildings and will feature retail, restaurants, a convenience store and gas station and hotel.Doug Robinson, the city’s chief financial officer, expects the TIF to generate about $11.9 million over the 20-year term. The tax increment financing agreement and subsequent development agreement indicate that the developer, Ten Ridge LLC, and the city of Lenexa will each receive 50% of TIF revenues. City staff estimate roughly $8 million in private reimbursable TIF expenses and $8 million in public reimbursable expenses.Councilmember Corey Hunt was absent, and Councilmember Tom Nolte abstained from the vote, citing a conflict of interest.Mission to host virtual public workshop related to comprehensive planThe city of Mission is hosting a virtual public workshop on its new comprehensive plan on Thursday, Oct. 1.Public participants can provide input on the city’s priorities, opportunities and areas of concern during the meeting. The meeting will take place at 6:30 p.m., and instructions for accessing the meeting will be made available on the city’s website on Oct. 1.Contact Kaitlyn Service, the city’s planner, at [email protected] or at (913) 676-8366 for additional information.Shawnee hosting program on backyard chickensThe Shawnee Parks and Recreation Department is hosting a program on backyard chickens. Topics that will be covered include the basics of chicken behavior, feeding, coop needs and chicken health, among other topics.City staff will also provide information regarding Shawnee backyard chicken ordinances. Space is limited, physical distancing is enforced and masks are required during the program. The cost is $13 per person and pre-registration is required.