The Brody lab is part of the Brenden-Colson Center for Pancreatic Care, which consists of multiple labs from various specialties and backgrounds committed to studying pancreatic cancer with the common goal of improving treatment for patients. This is a medium-sized, very active and highly collaborative lab focused on merging advanced molecular biology techniques, human and genetically engineered models, and translational medicine applications in order to tackle this fortuitous disease.
The Research Assistant will support ongoing research examining how several genes and molecular entities promote the onset, development, and survival of pancreatic cancer tumors.
This position provides the unique opportunity to gain hands on experience in a variety of techniques and research approaches, and would be an ideal opportunity for ambitious candidates interested in a career in science or medicine. Benefits of this position include abundant guidance and education from the PI, lab manager, and lab members; opportunity for collaboration with other groups; and opportunity for growth within the lab and potential ownership of independent scientific projects (dependent on candidate interest and motivation).
Bachelor's Degree / no experience; OR Associate's Degree and 2 years relevant experience; OR no degree and 4 years of relevant experience
Experience in basic techniques, especially molecular biology, cell biology, and proteomics
Experience in a cancer, molecular, and/or cell biology lab
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