Research - Laboratory/Non-Laboratory, Staff/Administrative
Location: Hyde Park Campus
1) 90% of this work involves assisting with experiments including the above immunological techniques and murine tumor models of cancer radiotherapy and immunotherapy.
2) 10% of the work also will be administrative, consisting of the following: organize data for presentation in weekly lab meetings, general laboratory maintenance, purchasing and reagent preparation.
Unit- preferred Competencies
1) Experience working with animal (murine) tumor models.
2) Experience in cell culture, cell transfection and cell sorting.
3) Experience in multicolor flow cytometry.
4) Experience in analysis of immune function ex vivo (e.g., ELISA/ELISPOT).
1) Bachelorâ™s degree in biology or in a relevant field.
1) Experience in immunohistochemistry/immunofluorescence.
2) Experience in viral transduction protocols.
3) Experience in mouse breeding.
4) Knowledge of QRT-PCR and transfection protocols.
5) Knowledge of molecular biology and DNA cloning techniques.
6) Knowledge of advanced microscopy.
7) Knowledge of genomic and expression sequencing techniques.
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