Scientific Program Manager
Date Posted: Tuesday, November 27, 2007
Scientific Program Manager: The Molecular Imaging Program at Stanford (MIPS) is searching for a Scientific Program Manager to help manage its NIH funded Center for Cancer Nanotechnology Excellence (CCNE) U54 Grant.
The candidate will assist faculty and postdocs with the preparation of manuscripts and writing some portions of grants. Will work with Lab Project, Core Leaders and Investigators to establish a working relationship with a diverse group of scientists and NIH officials from various companies to further enhance the CCNE program. The candidate will supervise the nanobiotechnology lab experiments; coordinate projects between various labs, and assist with scientific issues that come across the various labs within the center (CCNE-TR). Occasionally, some wet-lab research in nanotechnology will be required.
Qualifications: The ideal candidate will have a Ph.D. in materials science, chemistry, or in a relevant field. Must have 1-2 to years experience with nanotechnology and ideally the use of nanotechnology in biological applications such as cancer. Preferably, the candidate will have a back ground in engineering or biology in a bionanotechnology environment. Excellent verbal and written communication skills are critical. Ability to interact with a diverse group of scientists and a proven track record in scientific management is highly desirable.
Interested applicants may submit their CV to: http://jobs.stanford.edu/find_a_job.html
Further Information: http://jobs.stanford.edu/find_a_job.html
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