Performs established genomic molecular and expression assays and associated quality control. Responsible for completion of all required Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) entry relative to assigned projects. Designs and implements assay development projects. Responsible for following approved TGL SOPs at all times relative to assigned projects. Helps develop, implement, and continually improve lab best practices and standard operating procedures.
Education and Experience:
Bachelor’s degree in a discipline related to the area of assignment; or equivalent combination of training and experience. All degrees must be received from appropriately accredited institutions.
Demonstrated proficiency in the operation of laboratory instrumentation including next generation sequencing devices. Experience in advanced nucleic acid extraction, gene expression and genomics platforms; e.g., lllumina NGS platforms. Planning large scale NGS projects. Proficiency with MS Office.
Experience in molecular biology. Experience performing manual or automated library generation for NGS. Experience with biospecimen storage, tracking and LIMS database use.
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