A qualified candidate needs to have a combination of the following techniques: cell culture, animal husbandry and experimental skills, tissue/cell staining, confocal imaging, western blot, immunoprecipitation, ELISA, DNA/RNA preparation, PCR, and real time PCR. Previous experience in mitochondria study is a plus. In addition, capabilities to efficiently collect/organize/analyze data and to initiate new/modified procedures/techniques based upon latest developments are expected.
Preferences will be given to candidates who are good at tasks and time management and strong communication skills.
Applicants must hold a doctorate degree with a major in biology or the area biomedical sciences. Experience/knowledge in animal experiments is highly preferred.
Internal Number: 13938
About Loyola University Chicago
Loyola University Chicago, a private university founded in 1870 as St. Ignatius College, is one of the nation's largest Jesuit, Catholic Universities and the only one located in Chicago. Loyola University Chicago is comprised of four campuses: Lake Shore (LSC), Water Tower (WTC), Health Sciences (HSC), and the John Felice Rome Center in Italy, and is home to ten schools and colleges: arts and sciences, business administration, communication, education, graduate studies, law, medicine, nursing, continuing and professional studies, and social work. Loyola also features course locations in Beijing, China; Saigon-Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam; Vernon Hills, Illinois (Cuneo Mansion and Gardens); and a Retreat and Ecology Campus in Woodstock, Illinois. Recognizing Loyola's excellence in education, U.S.News and World Report has ranked Loyola consistently among the "top national universities" in its annual publications. Loyola is among a select group of universities recognized for community service and engagement by prestigious national organizations like the Carnegie Foundation and the Corporation for National and Community Service.