Research - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Staff/Administrative
Position Type : Full Time
A position is available for a highly motivated individual as a research technician within our laboratory studying the innate immune response to infection. The position will involve small animal breeding and husbandry, culturing of cell lines and primary cells, culturing of bacteria, molecular cloning, western blotting, ELISA, and flow cytometry, and analysis of associated data. This is an opportunity to be part of a research team focused on studying innate immunity to microbial infection. The position offers excellent opportunities for intellectual growth and scientific training in an exciting and rapidly developing field. The individual will be an integral member of the laboratory and is expected to participate in lab meetings, discussions, and assist with experiments of other lab members. The applicant must be well organized and is expected to maintain his/her own lab notebook. Additional responsibilities will include organizing/ordering materials and reagents for the lab, dealing with vendors, and sharing lab maintenance duties with other lab members.
Internal Number: 45256
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