Currently Advertised Jobs in Mass Spectrometry
A unique and exciting opportunity to work in the amazing southern coast of Australia has become available for a Study Director, focusing on bioanalytical studies in drug development for pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries. As Study Director, you will be involved with bioanalysis, using Liquid Chromatography Mass Spectrum (LCMS), responsible for performing Study Director functions for mass spectrometry based validations and analysis.
The Faculty of Science, Medicine and Health (SMAH) is committed to quality outcomes delivered via a sustainable model where development and innovation are key elements of all that we do. SMAH is one of UOW’s four Faculties and incorporates the Schools of Chemistry and Molecular Bioscience (SCMB); Earth, Atmospheric and Life Sciences; Graduate School of Medicine; Medical, Indigenous and Health Sciences; and Nursing.
The purpose of this role is to provide technical support on analytical instrumentation specifically mass spectrometry, to ensure the Mass Spectrometry Facility (MSF) delivers cutting-edge research and novel teaching capabilities.
The key role of this position is to support Scientists and Researchers for Mass Spectrometry products in ANZ in the GCMS markets – both Academic and Applied Markets. This Customer supporting role includes both pre- and post-sale work and includes, but is not limited to, providing technical support and advice to Scientists and researchers using Mass Spectrometry work flows, performing customer demonstrations and sample analysis and direct customer support both on- and off-site.
An exciting opportunity has become available for a Research Fellow to join the Department of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology within the Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences at Monash University. As the successful candidate, you will lead a project aiming to develop and apply analytical approaches for the identification and quantification of RNA modifications and to develop methods for the production and purification of modified RNA and modified nucleotides using synthetic biology and enzymatic approaches.
We are looking for postdoctoral researcher for an exciting project characterising circulating tumour cells within our Gene and Stem Cell Therapy Program, headed by Professor John Rasko AO. Early career researchers are encouraged to apply. This role will require a strong background and expertise in single-cell and multi-omic methods for the characterisation of individual tumour cells from pancreatic and lung cancer patients. The role will develop innovative methods for single cell analyses to examine aspects of cancer biology, intratumoural heterogeneity, and metastasis for precision and personalised medicine, improving cancer patient outcomes. The successful candidate will work as part of a collaborative team of experimental, computational, and clinician scientists.
Mass-Spectrometry Technologist – School of Chemical Sciences, Waipapa Taumata Rau | The University of Auckland
We require an experienced technologist to work full-time in our research facility housed within the School of Chemical Sciences at the University of Auckland city campus. The Mass-Spectrometry Technologist will complement our instrument focused technical team. The main function of this position is to operate our suite of Gas and Liquid Chromatography High Resolution Mass Spectrometers. The work will include the development of new methods across all platforms and the utilisation of existing ones working in conjunction with our extensive post-graduate student cohort. A variety of sample extraction, separation and analytical techniques will be involved.
We are seeking a highly motivated Research Officer to join the research program of A/Prof Alexandra Corbett within the Department of Microbiology and Immunology at the Peter Doherty Institute. The Corbett Lab aims to understand the biology of a specialised T cell subset, Mucosal-associated Invariant T (MAIT) cells and the potential to modulate these cells for immune therapies. The successful candidate will be working independently, and alongside other lab members, across projects seeking to characterise the molecular identity of MAIT cell ligands from various microbial origins. The candidate will benefit from prior research experience in immunology and mass spectrometry, and will play a key role in the dynamic research program, and in supporting staff and student training.
The University of Siegen is a modern university with an international orientation and a focus on interdisciplinary research. It currently has around 18,000 students and covers a range of research fields from the humanities, social and economic sciences to natural sciences, engineering and life sciences. With over 2,000 employees, the university is one of the largest employers in the region and offers a unique environment for teaching, study, research and knowledge transfer.
Are you an expert in all things related to mass spectrometry? Do you enjoy working in a start-up environment with cutting-edge research?
The SpaceM project aims to develop and commercialize single-cell metabolomics technology for drug discovery and precision medicine. The project PI is Dr. Theodore Alexandrov from European Molecular Biology Laboratory (Heidelberg) who is world leader in single-cell metabolomics and was previously co-founder of an imaging mass spectrometry startup. Dr. Alexandrov’s team at EMBL has developed the foundational technology that allows measuring levels of drugs or metabolites inside single cells. This information can be of high value for both fundamental understanding of cellular responses and as a tool for drug development. The SpaceM project will further develop the technology to reduce costs and increase throughput.