New York, New York
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
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Strength Through Diversity
Ground breaking science. Advancing medicine. Healing made personal.
The Associate Researcher is an entry laboratory research position, responsible
for conduct of routine and assisting in routine and standardized experiments
using techniques specific to the assigned research project under the
supervision of the Principal Investigator or a senior researcher. This
individual typically conducts laboratory research and the position may include
lab and clerical support. S/he analyzes and assists in interpreting research
This is a full-time position to conduct research in a molecular and behavioral
translational neuroscience laboratory with experimental studies related to
drug addiction and related psychiatric disorder
Roles & Responsibilities:
Responsible for carrying out molecular and biochemical assays on
postmortem tissue from human subjects and animal models under moderate
The experiments include working with techniques such as cDNA preparation,
quantitative PCR, immunoprecipitation, functional cell culture assays,
cloning, DNA preparation for genetic assays, western blot and
The duties involve organizing and analyzing data as well as making figures
using, e.g., Microsoft computer programs.
Responsibilities also include maintaining the normal running of the
laboratory such as ordering supplies.
Bachelor's degree in science or specialized training with molecular
1 year of research/laboratory experience
Strength Through Diversity
The Mount Sinai Health System believes that diversity, equity and inclusion
are drivers for excellence. We share a common devotion to delivering
exceptional patient care. Yet we're as diverse as the city we call home-
culturally, ethically, in outlook and lifestyle. When you join us, you become
a part of Mount Sinai's unrivaled record of achievement, education, and
advancement as we revolutionize medicine together and participate actively as
a leader within the Mount Sinai Health System by:
Serving as the primary resource management representative of the Mount
Sinai leadership teams, committees, etc., and acting as the primary
executive leader interface between Mount Sinai and key executives from the
health systems' vendors and partners.
Engaging with relevant thought leaders and policy-makers at the federal
and state levels, and representing the Health System as assigned.
Using a lens of equity in establishing and promoting policies and
procedures and providing opportunities for all to thrive.
Confronting racist, sexist or other inappropriate behavior and challenges
exclusionary organizational practices and serving as a role model to
promote anti-racist behaviors.
Inspiring and fostering an environment of anti-racist behaviors among and
between departments and co-workers.
We work hard to acquire and retain the best people, and to create a welcoming,
nurturing work environment where you can develop professionally. We share the
belief that all employees, regardless of job title or expertise, can make an
impact on quality patient care.
Explore more about this opportunity and how you can help us write a new
chapter in our story!
Who We Are
Over 42,000 employees strong, the mission of the Mount Sinai Health System is
to provide compassionate patient care with seamless coordination and to
advance medicine through unrivaled education, research, and outreach in the
many diverse communities we serve.
Formed in September 2013, The Mount Sinai Health System combines the
excellence of the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai with seven premier
hospital campuses, including Mount Sinai Beth Israel, Mount Sinai Beth Israel
Brooklyn, The Mount Sinai Hospital, Mount Sinai Queens, Mount Sinai West
(formerly Mount Sinai Roosevelt), Mount Sinai Morningside (formerly Mount
Sinai St. Luke's), and New York Eye and Ear Infirmary of Mount Sinai.
The Mount Sinai Health System is an equal opportunity employer. We comply with
applicable Federal civil rights laws and does not discriminate, exclude, or
treat people differently on the basis of race, color, national origin, age,
religion, disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender