Research - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Staff/Administrative
Location: Hyde Park Campus
1) Plan, conduct and analyze complex laboratory research in ovarian cancer biology using molecular biology, biochemical techniques, tissue culture systems, and high throughput techniques.
2) Additional responsibilities would include assisting with the management of the daily laboratory operations.
3) Work with primary tissue culture from ovarian cancer patients and exposure to high content and high throughput screening programs.
4) Assist with research projects in the laboratory, including collecting, documenting, analyzing and interpreting data.
5) Tissue culture experiments involve maintaining cell lines, primary cell isolation and culture, transfections, treatment regimens, functional assays (viability, proliferation and invasion), automated plating and luciferase assays. Molecular biology and biochemical techniques may include enzyme-linked immunoassays, recombinant protein production, crystallography, luciferase assays, fluorescent assays and cloning.
6) Assist in preparation of grant applications and manuscripts including literature searches and review.
7) Assist in general laboratory upkeep, including ordering of supplies and preparation of media and stock solutions.
1) Organization skills
2) Problem-solving skills
3) Collaboration skills
4) Attention to detail
5) Ability to work autonomously
6) Proficiency in Microsoft Office, including Outlook, Excel, Word and PowerPoint
7) Basic computer proficiency
8) Knowledge in relevant scientific field
9) Knowledge of research techniques or methods
10) Knowledge of regulatory policies and procedures
11) Analytical skills
1) A minimum of one year of relevant research experience.
2) Previous experience with tissue culture techniques, enzyme-linked immunoassays, high content assays, high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC), recombinant protein production, and/or crystallography.
3) Ability to periodically stand for extended periods of time.
4) Ability to work in a wet lab environment.
5) Ability to periodically lift up to 25 lbs.
1) Cover Letter
NOTE: When applying, all required documents MUST be uploaded under the Resume/CV section of the application
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