A Contract Administrator in the senior level position will have the skillset to more independently review and negotiate more complex agreements, recommend viable solutions, and handle a large volume of agreements.
The Contract Administrator will review and negotiate research related agreements and provide administrative and compliance support.
The primary function of the position is to perform biochemical and genetic testing of blood specimens collected from newborns for detection of inherited disorders.
This position is responsible for the supervision and management of the operations of central services with the state hygienic lab.
This position supervises the laboratory testing of clinical specimens or isolates, for the purpose of disease diagnosis and treatment or surveillance.
This role will support research and scholarly activity by reviewing proposals and budgets, advising on grant administration, and assuring ethical and regulatory compliance on behalf of the University.
The primary function of the position is to oversee routine testing and perform biochemical and genetic testing of blood specimens collected from newborns for detection of inherited disorders.
Conducts laboratory testing on human specimens for the purpose of disease diagnosis and treatment or surveillance.
The primary function of the position is to lead the newborn screening molecular biology testing section quality improvement and quality assurance initiatives.
To provide administrative assistance and expertise for the human subjects protection programs and services administered by HSO.
The successful candidate in this position will work closely with the SHL Grants Manager to ensure the grants for SHL are administered effectively and efficiently.
Under general supervision, the Veterinary Technician provides clinical care for animals used in research.
In the role of an Animal Caretaker, you will join a team of veterinarians, veterinary technicians and other animal caretakers where you will provide husbandry to animals used in research.
The Research Integrity Officer (RIO) is charged with promoting a research environment that encourages the responsible conduct of research and administering the Ethics in Research Policy.
The Compliance Manager will provide leadership and oversight in the design, planning, promotion, and conduct of in-depth, onsite reviews of human subjects research, conducted by University of Iowa researchers.
The primary function of the position is to lead the newborn screening tandem mass spectrometry laboratory quality improvement and quality assurance initiatives, that will evaluate practices and screening algorithms, and provide recommendations.
The University of Iowa High Throughput Screening Facility is currently in search of a Screening Facility Research Professional who will be responsible for maintenance of the infrastructure of the High Throughput Screening Facility.
Two Year Program - This program is designed for individuals who: Seek training, experience, and mentoring in a research setting; Plan to pursue a graduate or professional degree in science, medicine or a related field; and Have US citizenship or permanent residency.