Research - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Staff/Administrative
The Masonic Cancer Center is recruiting a supporting scientist to perform structured research-related work assignments for projects regarding carcinogen biomarkers development and validation, and mechanistic bioactivation of carcinogens in human. With instruction, guidance and direction, the Researcher 1 will isolate and purify DNA from biofluids, frozen tissues, and formalin-fixed paraffin-embedded tissue blocks, perform liquid-liquid/solid-phase extraction, and/or work with cell culture and animals (rodents). General laboratory operation and maintenance. Ordering supplies, record keeping, keeping the lab cleaned, computer based data entry, and miscellaneous duties as assigned.
All required qualifications must be documented on application materials.
B.S. degree in chemistry or one of its sub-disciplines; or education in the specific or related field of science and work experience related to the job totaling at least four years in combination.
A solid background in coursework in general chemistry, organic chemistry and analytical chemistry with GC/MS or HPLC, with experience in cell culture, immunocytochemistry, PCR, qRT-PCR, western blots, and cDNA synthesis
Selected candidate must be able to work neatly and efficiently, and follow the established standard operation procedure strictly.
Bachelors degree in chemistry, biochemistry, analytical chemistry or related field.
Hands-on experiences in HPLC, UV, LC-MS, DNA and Protein extraction, animal experiment are highly desirable but not required.
Laboratory experience in biochemistry and/or analytical chemistry
Internal Number: 329411
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