Junior Specialist Step I, Department of Pediatrics, Division of Genetics and Genomics and Biological Chemistry
3329- Junior Specialist step I, Full-time x 12 months
This position will be involved in culture, differentiation, and characterization of human stem cells using standard cell biology and molecular techniques.
Experience with basic techniques or methods required by the position, or the equivalent of education and experience.
Research experience with equipment and methods for culture, characterization, and differentiation of human induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSC).
Ability to conduct tissue culture with sterile techniques, maintenance and preservation of iPSC, and characterization of iPSC-derived cells by immunocytochemistry staining, flow cytometry, immunoblotting, and molecular analysis.
Demonstrated record of excellent attendance and reliability.
Must be highly conscientious, detail oriented, and able to conduct experiments accurately.
Computer proficiency with MS Word and Excel.
Excellent writing, oral, mathematical, and interpersonal skills.
Function with a high degree of independence.
Licenses and Certificates
The candidate should have a minimum of a Bachelor Degree or Master of Science.
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