Research - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Staff/Administrative
Location: Hyde Park Campus
Under the direction of Professor Philip Connell, personnel will help develop compounds that sensitize tumor cells to radiotherapy and/or cross-linking chemotherapeutic agents. For this, we have developed assays that center on molecular targets involved in DNA damage signaling and repair. A two-year commitment is preferred.
The majority of job entails biological laboratory work, which primarily involves cell-culture and biochemical techniques.
About 10% of the work also will be administrative, consisting of the following: organize data for presentation in weekly lab meetings, general laboratory maintenance, purchasing and reagent preparation.
strong computer skills
organizational communication skills
ability to work independently and ability to prepare reports on experiments
ability to handle multiple concurrent tasks in a competent and professional manner
ability to solve problems independently, and ability to work in an environment with frequent interruptions.
Education, Experience and Certifications:
Bachelor's degree in related field is required
Knowledge of molecular biology and cell culture experience is required.
Basic computer knowledge is required (e.g. familiarity with EXCEL and MS Word, etc.).
NOTE: When applying, all required documents MUST be uploaded under the Resume/CV section of the application
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