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Getting the Work Done: The Organization of a Research Lab. Matthew Boggs Victor Makali Morgan Hiler Aaron Seigler Nicole Sowers. Laboratory Ranking. Principal Investigator Post Doctorate Ph D. Candidate Undergraduate Technician. Responsibilities of a Principal Investigator.

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getting the work done the organization of a research lab

Getting the Work Done: The Organization of a Research Lab

Matthew Boggs

Victor Makali

Morgan Hiler

Aaron Seigler

Nicole Sowers

laboratory ranking
Laboratory Ranking
  • Principal Investigator
  • Post Doctorate
  • Ph D. Candidate
  • Undergraduate
  • Technician
responsibilities of a principal investigator
Responsibilities of a Principal Investigator
  • Head of the Lab
  • Supervises all members of lab
  • Responsible for writing grant proposals
  • Occasionally teaches classes
  • Performs “bench” science
  • Establishes direction of research
responsibilities of a post doctorate
Responsibilities of a Post Doctorate
  • Considered the main researcher
  • Usually rewarded with 1st authorship on papers
  • Will help Principal Investigator prepare grant proposals
responsibilities of a ph d masters candidate
Responsibilities of a Ph D/Masters Candidate
  • Helps with research
  • Usually still taking classes
  • Will teach undergraduate classes to support themselves
responsibilities of an undergraduate
Responsibilities of an Undergraduate
  • Performs the real Grunt work
  • Will earn minimum wage or be given “work study” for their contributions to research

Thomas

responsibilities of a technician
Responsibilities of a Technician
  • Must have comprehensive knowledge of all laboratory equipment
  • Is considered a full-time employee
  • Will train members of a research team to use the equipment required for the study
  • Orders supplies needed for research
  • Paid with “soft money;” meaning they get paid only after all other members of lab are compensated
potential test questions
Potential Test Questions
  • Who is responsible for writing grant proposals?
  • Who orders the supplies and equipment used in the lab?
  • What is “bench” science?
  • What is Thomas classified as in a lab?
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