Research Assistant Senior
The department of Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry is currently seeking a Research Assistant Senior to conduct and assist with research, as well as provide general lab up-keep and train new members.
Job duties will include performing cell-based assays, examining cell lysates using immunoblotting and enzyme assays to detect changes, as well as being involved in analysis of primary data. This position will also design, plan and perform experiments relevant to understanding how alterations in gene expression are involved in regulation of disease. The Research Assistant Senior will then analyze the data, prepare figures for publication and help to write manuscripts for publication and grants for submission.
Research Assistant Senior
7H180:Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry
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The successful candidate is expected to know fundamental concepts, practices, and procedures of a molecular research lab and have the ability to work alongside senior scientist to produce reliable data and follow methodologies.
Protein purification knowledge is also needed.
Does this position have supervisory responsibilities?
Minimum 2 years of research experience preferred.
Preference will be given to an applicant with a strong background in molecular biology, cell biology/biochemistry, molecular biology and protein analysis.
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