Immunology Lab Scientist
(Female, Age 23) from Dallas, TX
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At a Glance
Basic data on your current job
|Job Title||Immunology Lab Scientist|
|Other Compensation||None Set|
|Company Size||(not answered)|
|Years Experience||2 years|
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|Years in Career||0|
|Income Rating||0 / 10|
|Interest Rating||0 / 10|
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Current job Q&A
Describe the type of organization you work for.
A university medical research setting that has 500+ researchers, with various research subjects. My lab has 10 scientist in it.
Describe your job role and responsibilities.
Research about corneal transplants and immune privilege of the cornea. Running PCRs, Blotts, microsurgeries, Purifications, Flow Cytometry.
Please list an additional benefits (beyond compensation) that you receive.
401k, health and dental insurance
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Does your job entail you working with others on a daily basis? Is this something you like/dislike about your job? Please explain.
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Do you work collaboratively with your co-workers?
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A day in the life of…
Please describe a typical workday for you in your current job:
|5am to 6am|
|6am to 7am|
|7am to 8am|
|8am to 9am|
|9am to 10am||arrive at work and decontaminate my work bench, read over my protocols, and set up the reagents and equipment|
|10am to 11am||start up the first experiment, which varies daily.|
|11am to 12pm||Continue with my experiment, and its protocols|
|12pm to 1pm||break for lunch.|
|1pm to 2pm||Attend seminars in my field to learn the latest and greatest|
|2pm to 3pm||Begin second experiment.|
|3pm to 4pm||Continue second experiment, collect first experiment data.|
|4pm to 5pm||Process first experiment, collect second experiment data|
|5pm to 6pm||Process and Log the data in a journal.|
|6pm to 7pm||Interpret the data sets. Make notes and plan for next day experiments|
|7pm to 8pm|
|8pm to 9pm|
|9pm to 10pm|
|10pm to 11pm|
|11pm to 12am|
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