The Ghiam Laboratory at the Cedars-Sinai Regenerative Medicine Institute is looking for a Research Associate II with an interest in the basic science of stem cells and eye biology to join our dynamic group.
Under the direction of the PI, Lab Manager and Project Scientist, you will assist in the conduct of research in the role of microRNAs in normal and diseased corneal epithelial homeostasis, and perform a variety of routine experimental protocols and procedures to support the objectives of one or more laboratory research projects in a specific area of research.
Daily duties will include the following:
- Performs a variety of routine laboratory tasks and procedures
- Keeps accurate and detailed project records of experiments and results
- Tissue and organ culture and stem cell isolation
- Maintains lab equipment and related records
- Transports, processes and logs samples
- Maintains computer database with relevant clinical information
- Performs lab maintenance duties, including glassware cleaning and sterilization
- Maintains stocks of general lab materials, and places orders for lab equipment and supplies
- Assists new students and fellows at the laboratory
- Assists in the operation of specialized equipment and machinery
- Observes and complies with safety standards and procedures
-Imminohitochemistry, Histology and Microscopy
Schedule flexibility to include evening, weekend and holiday rotation commitment is required.
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