Research - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Staff/Administrative
A cover letter is required for consideration for this position and should be attached as the first page of your resume. The cover letter should describe past research experiences and career goals, address your specific interest in the position and outline experimental skills and/or previous laboratory management experiences that directly relate to this position.
The candidate will join a translational immunology research laboratory focusing on cancer immunotherapy. The laboratory provides a fast moving and friendly working environment. The candidate will assist the PI to manage the work flow of the laboratory, including but are not limited to, performing standard cancer biology experiments, managing mouse colonies, keeping track of orders, organizing research supplies, and assisting in the preparation of protocols and guidelines to be in compliance with the university regulations.
The candidate will participate in funded projects with translational significance.
Bachelor's Degree in Biology or equivalent areas.
At least 1 year of demonstrated proficiency in biomedical research.
Experience with cancer biology, molecular biology or immunology.
Experience in mouse colonies management, cell culture, molecular biology, lentivirus-based technique, flow cytometry, or oncology mouse models.
Experience in using Microsoft Office and Adobe suite software and adept at understanding scientific research.
Must be efficient, effective, and able to problem solve and resolve conflicts.
Must have strong communication and interpersonal skills. Will be required to think critically.
Excellent attention to detail and excellent ability to multi-task.
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