The ideal research specialist will have experience in both animal and bench work. The animal work will consist of breeding and colony maintenance, animal surgeries and processing tissues and cells. The bench work will consist of cell culture, isolation of DNA, RNA, protein(s), other cell-associated or secretory factors. Experience with flow cytometry is preferred but not required. The candidate will exhibit excellent organizational and interpersonal skills. The candidate should be proficient in computer based systems including but not limited to Excel, Word and databases. Ability to work both independently and with others is necessary.
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