Hanover, New Hampshire

Research Assistants in the Ackerman Lab contribute to the understanding of immune responses by overseeing the design, conduct, and analysis of clinical research studies, while also ensuring that the laboratory operates at the highest level of quality. Successful candidates will have opportunities to perform cutting edge research that directly impacts human health and the success of clinical trials.

At the Dartmouth Antibody Lab, we have a small team committed to providing best in class antibody characterization and assessment in support of clinical trials across diverse disease states including HIV, Polio, Influenza, COVID-19, and much more.  We use a combination of biophysical methodologies including flow cytometry and electrochemiluminescence to characterize antibody responses and then develop and implement correlational and predictive models which can be used to inform downstream clinical vaccine development or trial outcomes. A Research Assistant in our group will be trained to independently design and execute a suite of assays to gather relevant data, then analyze and report their findings. They will also be active members of a highly engaged, close-knit lab and contribute to lab operations. 

Hanover, New Hampshire

Dartmouth College educates the most promising students and prepares them for a lifetime of learning and of responsible leadership, through a faculty dedicated to teaching and the creation of knowledge.

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