The Howard Hughes Medical Institute has an opening for a Research Technician to join the laboratory of Dr. Craig Mello at University of Massachusetts Medical Center. This position offers opportunities for career development. The technician will be involved in on-going research projects in RNA interference, Crispr/CAS9, and Developmental biology. The opportunity may exist to design and execute independent experiments which could lead to publication. Visit our website: https://www.umassmed.edu/mellolab/
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- Assist Postdoctoral fellows and graduate students with research projects
- Perform technical procedures such as PCR, gel electrophoresis, and molecular biology
- Help with media preparation and maintenance of lab C. elegans strains
- Actively contribute to laboratory meetings and planning sessions
- Collect and analyze data
- Prepare general lab stocks and assist with lab maintenance
- Bachelor's Degree in a related scientific discipline
- Prefer a minimum of two years' experience in a laboratory setting with experience in molecular biology and C. elegans
- Able to work independently and as a team member
- Good communication skills
- Highly motivated and energetic
Apply for this position through our applicant tracking system and please include a cover letter, CV or resume, and names and contact information for three references.
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