We are looking for a highly motivated Research Technician to join our stem cell core at the Sloan Kettering Institute. Highly motivated, diligent, detail-oriented, team players are encouraged to apply.
The stem cell core is currently developing human pluripotent stem cell-based approaches for a variety of research purposes. The primary responsibility of this position is tool development, to develop novel genome editing tools for human pluripotent stem cells research.
D. degree in molecular biology, stem cell biology or other relevant fields
Skilled in molecular and cell biology techniques including, but not limited to, CRISPR/Cas9 gene editing, cloning, Western blotting, quantitative PCR, FACS and immunofluorescence techniques.
Molecular cloning experience related to gene editing and/or reporter line generation is highly preferred.
Experience working on human pluripotent stem cells is a plus.
The candidate must be self-motivated, flourish in a team-based environment, and be flexible on work #LI-POST
Occasional work after hours and weekends required#LI-POST
Internal Number: 2019-35175
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