Research - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Staff/Administrative
Location: Hyde Park Campus
1) Provide logistical support for the smooth running of a lab composed of staff, postdocs and students dedicated to a specific research goal. Provide expert technical support for ongoing research projects, notably regarding NGS technologies and/or mouse genomic engineering.
2) General lab management duties: Lab Supply Ordering and Inventory; Safety and regulatory compliance; Oversee/maintain lab resources databases (plasmids, oligos, antibodiesâ¦); Maintain mouse colony (mouse breeding, weaning, and genotyping); keep careful written and computerized records).
3) Experimental/technical responsibilities: Run standard molecular biology techniques (PCR, DNA isolation, in situ hybridization, cloning, in vitro transcription); Perform micro-injection experiments in mouse embryos (Crisp/Cas9); Perform NGS genomic experiments (chromatin immunoprecipitation, RNA isolation, libraries construction).
4) Train and assist students/postdocs/visitors in the technologies mentioned above.
1) Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail
2) Excellent communication skills
3) Ability to work autonomously, to prioritize and manage workload to meet critical project milestones and deadlines
4) Ability to work in a collaborative team environment
1) Bachelor's degree in biology, biochemistry, or related field
2) Master's degree
1) Previous research experience with mice (ideally mouse embryos) and/or next generation sequencing technologies
2) Experience with lab management
3) Experience with computers that includes Microsoft Excel, statistics and word processing
2) List of three references
NOTE: When applying, all required documents MUST be uploaded under the Resume/CV section of the application
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