Research - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Staff/Administrative
Location: Hyde Park Campus
1) Perform experiments investigating the role of S. epi colonization on skin graft rejection; this includes growing S. epi and other commensals in aerobic or anaerobic conditions, colonizing mice, scoring the skin grafts and analyzing immune cells infiltrating the skin and the secondary lymphoid organs using flow cytometry, PCR, ELISAs and ELISpots.
2) Maintain experimental records, make figures and calculate statistical significance of findings.
3) Write manuscripts reporting results.
1) Knowledge in relevant scientific field.
2) Knowledge of research techniques or methods relevant to the lab (using pH meeting, cell culture, working with microbial cultures, animal experimentation and tissue harvest, DNA/protein/RNA extractions, PCR, etc).
3) Analytical skills.
4) Problem-solving skills.
5) Attention to detail.
6) Organizational skills.
7) Verbal and written communication skills.
1) Bachelor's degree in immunology or related field
1) Experience handling mice
2) Experience with transplantation immunology and host/microbial immune responses Â
2) Cover letter
NOTE: When applying, all required documents MUST be uploaded under the Resume/CV section of the application.
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