Research - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Staff/Administrative
Research Specialist 1 - Georgetown University Medical Center
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This Research Specialist 1 will take responsibility for assigned molecular biology research projects, working under direct supervision of the PI and or other lab personnel. The Research Specialist must possess advanced knowledge and be capable of exercising considerable latitude for independent judgment. Qualified candidates will be able to perform non-routine and complex laboratory duties requiring advanced technical skills and proficiency for divisional faculty. Will receive general supervision from the PI and/or the faculty.
The Research Specialist 1 will report to Dr.Kupfer, the laboratory PI to assist in the organization of her laboratory and to carry out supervised research in complex molecular biology related cancer research. The RS1 might also work under the supervision of other lab members, and where appropriate, teach lab protocols and assist with projects as directed by Dr. Kupfer. The RS1 will also participate in collaborations between the PI's lab and members of other laboratories as required. This RS1 will carry out grant-funded and Cancer center funded research, assist in experiments related to grant funded research projects and thereby contribute to the overall mission and goals of Georgetown University.
Bachelor's degree, and a Master's is strongly preferred, and have 0-2 years of work-related laboratory experience in research projects in biology, medicine, or other related sciences.
Must possess basic molecular biology skills and be capable of exercising independent judgment in research design, perform non-routine and complex laboratory duties requiring technical skills and proficiency for divisional faculty.
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