North Liberty, IA
JMI is hiring a full time Automation Scientist with experience in microbiology, chemistry, or a related science field who has automation knowledge or robotics experience.
JMI Laboratories (www.jmilabs.com) is a worldwide leader in anti-infectives research, operating as a clinical reference microbiology laboratory that supports drug development, including clinical trials. JMI Laboratories is uniquely positioned to provide key microbiology services to the pharmaceutical industry.
The ideal candidate will work well in a small team environment and will be able to communicate effectively with team members, meet production goals, and produce high-quality products. This position requires a self-motivated individual who completes work in a timely fashion, is flexible, and is willing to adjust to changing needs as they arise.
North Liberty, IA
Are you a self-motivated, collaborative microbiologist wanting to join a cross-functional team to aid new and continuing antimicrobial drug development? Do you prefer to work in a dynamic environment where your problem-solving skills can be applied to a variety of projects?
We are looking for a Drug Development Specialist to provide bench support for the development and/or optimization of in vitro assays, including planning experiments, guiding microbiology staff, reviewing data, and liaising with the study Principal Investigator (PI). The Specialist will have the option to seek internal advancement to grow as a research scientist in the thriving anti-infectives field.
A global leader for over twenty years, JMI Laboratories monitors antibiotic resistance patterns through the SENTRY Antimicrobial Surveillance Program, serves as a clinical and reference laboratory in support of new drug development, and conducts internal research projects on a variety of pathogenic microorganisms. Accordingly, JMI promotes a culture of research excellence with a team drawn from an array of academic, clinical, and industrial backgrounds.
North Liberty, IA
JMI Laboratories is a mid-sized company based in North Liberty, IA. A global leader for twenty years in anti-infectives research, JMI monitors annual changes in antibiotic resistance patterns through the SENTRY Antimicrobial Surveillance Program, serves as a clinical and reference laboratory in support of new drug development, and conducts internal research projects on a variety of pathogenic microorganisms.
JMI prides itself on promoting a culture of research excellence and supporting passionate team members of many unique clinical, industrial, and academic backgrounds.
We are seeking a highly motivated Bioinformatics Scientist to lead the development of applications and data analysis of bacterial and fungal Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) data.
The successful candidate will have the opportunity to work in a fast-paced and collaborative environment to support analysis of NGS sequencing data from microorganisms collected worldwide. In addition, the candidate will contribute to presentation and publication of genomic analysis research findings in peer-reviewed publications and client reports.
This position will work with scientific staff to generate and provide next generation sequencing (NGS) analysis that might include project reports, publications, and custom analysis, build and execute tools for data processing workflows to facilitate data interpretation, and provide data management support. The Bioinformatics Scientist will be involved in the day-to-day data analysis of genomic data and contribute to the creation or enhancement of tools to visualize complex genomic data sets.