JOB SUMMARY/ESSENTIAL JOBFUNCTIONS: Under the direction of an assigned Principal Investigator,this position assists in an ongoing research project investigating innateimmune cell signaling and inflammatory diseases within the Department ofMicrobiology, Immunology, and Biochemistry. Duties include conductingexperiments using biochemical, microbiological, and cellular/molecularbiological techniques, consolidating records, analyzing research results,operating/ maintaining laboratory equipment, and conducting routine labfunctions daily.
Conducts assigned experiments (Animal experiments, ELISA, Western Blot, Protein
Assay, Cell Culture, Small Animal Cell Isolation, Cloning and Other Molecular Biology Assays, FACS, etc.).
Supports and participates in student and postdoctoral fellow studies.
Organizes experiments (designs and prepares experiments and writes procedures, protocols, and lab notes).
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