Baylor College of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics, Immunology, Allergy and Retrovirology Service at Texas Children’s Hospital is seeking a highly motivated, responsible, and organized individual to join a research team focused on Food Allergy. The Food Allergy Program is a rapidly growing program and the Research Technician III will help meet the needs of the program that serves the children and families of Houston and the surrounding areas, the Southeast Region of Texas, nationally, and internationally. The Research Technician III will be a key person in the expansion of clinical trial development in the Food Allergy Program through the processing of clinical trial samples and preparation of food/drug dosing for immunotherapy. Will perform the routine elements of research work that requires the use of skills, technical and academic knowledge to follow established procedures and record results. The Research Technician will also coordinate communication between investigators and other members of the team to ensure a smooth expansion of a Food Allergy Manufacturing Facility and clinical trial laboratory. This is a small laboratory team so RT III will need to work independently and also be able to take direction from other lab members.
Measure food allergy immunotherapy and diagnostic oral challenge doses for novel clinical trials.
Work with a team to coordinate the collection, processing, and shipping of samples.
Handle blood and tissue samples with sterile technique.
Document results of experiments.
Order laboratory supplies and equipment.
Help with the conducting of laboratory research experiments:
Separate cells and serum from blood
Use scientific/high sensitive scale for measure
Meticulous documentation of results
Collect, compile and analyze data.
Conduct literature searches and summarizes information in an appropriate format for a particular study or project.
Select, evaluate and apply techniques used in routine research.
Maintain clean and safe work environment.
Stock and order supplies.
Bachelor's degree in a Lab Science or related field. Two years of related experience may substitute for degree requirement.
One year of relevant experience.
Master's degree in a related field.
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