The Oregon Stem Cell Center conducts basic and applied research in the field of Stem Cell Biology with the long term goal to harness the properties of stem cells for regenerative medicine and cell therapy.
Testing of new drugs and gene therapy methods for Fanconis anemia.
Biochemical investigations of the mechanism of action of metformin in Fanconi Anemia.
Mouse colony management.
Oversee students and research staffin their animal work; IACUC compliance.
Doctorate degree in relevant field
3 years of relevant work experience.
Doctoral degree in biomedical science.
5+ years experience in a biomedical research lab with hematopoietic biology, flow cytometry, mouse colony management, molecular biology skills, and database management.
FACS analysis of bone marrow and hematopoietic cells. Bone marrow transplantation.
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