LABORATORY RESEARCH ANALYST II
School of Medicine:
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A Lab Research Analyst II position is available in the laboratory of Dr. Michael S. Krangel, PhD, in the Department of Immunology at Duke University School of Medicine. The Krangel laboratory is interested in the molecular regulation of antigen receptor recombination and repertoire formation in developing T lymphocytes, making use of mouse genetic models.
The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree or Master’s degree in life sciences with hands-on experience in standard molecular biology and immunology techniques. The lab analyst will perform experiments under the guidance of the principal investigator, will interact closely with students and postdoctoral fellows, and will be expected to work with laboratory mice. The candidate will also have responsibility for laboratory organizational tasks such as ordering, laboratory safety, and mouse colony management.
Naik AK, Byrd AT, Lucander A, Krangel MS. 2019. Hierarchical assembly and disassembly of a transcriptionally active RAG locus in CD4+CD8+ thymocytes. J. Exp. Med. 216:231-243.
Chen S., Luperchio TR, Wong X, Doan EB, Byrd AT, Roy Choudhury K, Reddy KL, Krangel MS. 2018. A lamina-associated domain border governs nuclear lamina interactions, transcription and recombination of the Tcrb locus. Cell Reports 25:1729-1740.
Carico ZM, Roy Choudhury K, Zhang B, Zhuang Y, Krangel MS. 2017. Tcrd rearrangement redirects a processive Tcra recombination program to expand the Tcra repertoire. Cell Reports 19:2157-2173.
Chen L, Carico Z, Shih HY, Krangel MS. 2015. A discrete chromatin loop in the murine Tcra/Tcrd locus shapes the TCRd and TCRa repertoires. Nat. Immunol. 16:1085-1093.
Work requires a bachelor's degree in botany, biology, zoology, psychology or other directly related scientific field.
Work requires four years of research experience. A related master's OR AN EQUIVALENT COMBINATION OF RELEVANT EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE degree may offset required years of experience on a 1:1 basis, e.g., a two year master's degree in lieu of two years of experience.
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