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    Serves as a Space Scientist for the Astromaterials Research Office at NASA Johnson Space Center (JSC). This position involves leadership of a core analytical laboratory supporting directed astromaterial sample research and Mission support.

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    • Performs world-class research on the origin and evolution of our solar system and its rocky planetary bodies through in situ high-spatial resolution isotopic measurements.
    • Writes success peer-viewed publications and proposals related to the research described above.
    • Serves as laboratory manager of the ARES NanoSIMS laboratory. This includes providing requirements to contractor staff who support this laboratory.
    • Supports human and robotic missions.
    • Collaborates with existing ARES scientists and external partners in the detailed study of astromaterials.
    • Provides service to the Agency and scientific community as required in his/her area of expertise (panel reviews, publication reviews, etc).

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - Travel may be required for training or other work-related duties

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


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