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100% Grant/Sponosred Funded
This highly skilled and motivated individual will join a growing research team focused on developing new and novel therapeutics in patient derived models of cancer
Specific skills preferred
Molecular biology/biochemical analytic skills
· quantitative (real time) PCR
· immunoblotting (western)
· DNA/RNA isolation
Cellular analysis skills
· Multi-parameter flow cytometry (surface and intracellular analysis; cytometric bead array)
· light microscopy
Tissue culture skills
· culture of human cancer cells including early passage cancer cell lines and patient derived organoids
· tumor implantation at various sites and tumor monitoring of patient derived xenografts (PDX)
· IV/IP injection of drugs into PDX
Work requires an Associate's degree in botany, biology, zoology, psychology or other science related scientific field.
None required above education/training requirement OR AN EQUIVALENT COMBINATION OF RELEVANT EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE
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