Research - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Staff/Administrative
The primary purpose of this position is to provide technical research support for experimental work in the Josephs lab related to microbiological research funded by NIH grant 1R35GM133483-01 entitled “Complex Mechanisms of Mutation and Mutation Avoidance in Living Cells.” Responsibilities include preparation and performance of standard biomolecular and microbiological assays; preparation of DNA for sequencing; and growth, maintenance, and transformation of (BSL1 and potentially BSL2) microorganisms.
Masters degree or a BS in biology, biochemistry, microbiology, or related biomedical science with a minimum of two years of relevant experience. Ability to maintain a detailed, highly organized laboratory notebook.
Sterile technique, experience in culturing and manipulating microorganisms is highly desirable, BSL2 experience not required but a plus
Internal Number: 998511
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