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We are seeking a highly motivated individual to work in the laboratory of Michael Rosbash at Brandeis University.
Responsibilities: The position involves the utilization of a wide range of techniques to investigate the molecular mechanisms underlying circadian rhythms; these include molecular cloning, DNA and RNA extraction, quantitative RT-PCR, cell culture, protein immunoprecipitation, and Western blotting. Other responsibilities include may include lab equipment maintenance and general lab support and organization, as well as supervision of undergraduate support staff.
- BSc in Biology or Biochemistry
- Previous lab experience in molecular biology
- Drosophila is preferred, but not required
- Computational skills are an asset to the position
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