The molecular neurobiology lab is looking for a motivated research assistant to be part of a fast paced, multi-disciplinary research team aimed at developing novel genetic technologies. The Research Assistant I will play a critical role in the design, implementation, and analysis of data that will directly influence the successful in vivo translation of many project goals. The Research Assistant I position is responsible for several in vitro efforts including but not limited to plasmid preparation and cloning, transfections of 3D culture systems, data acquisition and analysis. Assistance with in vivo experiments will also be required. Good lab practice and excellent lab notebook keeping is essential.
This position requires constant adjusting focus, seeing, sitting, touching and feeling and working inside.
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