Research - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Staff/Administrative
Responsibilities: Maintains murine intestinal organoid cultures. Establishes methods for culturing intestinal organoids from other species. (20%) Optimizes parasite cultures in 2D cell culture and intestinal organoids. (15%) Cultures environmental bacteria and tests bacterial cultures for anti-parasitic activity. (15%) Performs standard assays in the laboratory: immunofluorescence assays, infection assays, real-time PCR and others as the need arises. (15%) Oversees general laboratory maintenance and trains new employees in equipment use and lab techniques. (15%) Works closely with PI to identify and troubleshoot problems as they arise and assists the PI in assuring that BL2 precautions are followed. (10%) Train and supervises students and/or volunteers in the laboratory in coordination with PI. (10%)
All required qualifications must be documented on application materials
Required qualifications: BS/BA in a biological science plus one year of relevant scientific experience or a combination of education and relevant scientific experience to total 5 years.
Preferred qualifications: MS preferred in a biological science Experience culturing intestinal organoids and intracellular parasites strongly preferred
Internal Number: 341197
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