1) Applies research principles and relevant subject matter knowledge relevant to administer a research project. Helps develop, design and conduct research projects according to plan.
2) Perform and assist with immunology cell experiments under supervision of lab manager or postdoctoral researcher.
3) Supports data collection and analytical needs of research projects. Conducts literature reviews and helps write reports and manuscripts. Ensures project compliance with different policies, procedures, directives, and mandates.
4) Takes responsibility for the following laboratory duties: recognizing abnormal results and varying conditions or procedures to correct problems; setting up and performing experiments. Analyze the meaning, significance, causes, and effects of the subject.
1) Knowledge in relevant scientific and of research techniques.
2) Knowledge of regulatory policies and procedures.
3) Strong analytical, problem-solving, and organizational skills.
4) Shows attention to detail. Â
5) Strong verbal and written communication skills.
6) Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
7) Ability to work collaboratively with other data and research scientists on computational research in a fast-paced environment.
8) Ability to read and keep abreast of technical developments.
1) Bachelorâ™s in life science, computational biology or bioinformatics related field.
2) Advance degree
1) Research experience in relevant field of study.
2) Experience in Tissue Culture techniques (i.e. ex vivo cultures, primary cell isolation, transfection, infection, co-culture)
4) Familiarity with common computer programs and standard laboratory equipment. Â
Technical Knowledge or Skills:
1) Knowledge of research techniques or methods (cell biology, transcription, primary cultures, cell assays, biochemical assays, molecular biology assays)
1) Cover letter
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