The Sabo lab at the Aaron Diamond AIDS Research Center in Columbia University Medical Center is seeking a passionate and self-driven Staff Associate with a strong background in molecular biology, DNA cloning, cell culture, biochemistry and wet-lab experience, to start ASAP. The Staff Associate will join a newly-initiated project to screen for drugs that will inhibit SARS-CoV2 RdRp, as well as assist with lab management responsibilities. The Sabo Lab is located in a shared space at the Aaron Diamond AIDS Research Center in Columbia University Medical Center. The position is currently for a 1 year period but may be extended based on funding.
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