This new hire will conduct basic research using mouse and human cells into mechanisms of genomic instability, specifically copy number variants, under replication and transcription stress.
- Develop, design and conduct complex research experiments
- Implement research methods, identify problems, find and implement solutions
- Train other users in procedures and use of equipment
- Collaborate with supervisor in development of research directions
- Present research results to laboratory colleagues
- Co-author research publications
- Read scientific literature to understand research field and experiments
- Assist with laboratory safety, equipment maintenance and ordering
This position requires a Bachelor’s degree in the biological or health sciences and at least one year of research laboratory experience. This experience should be in an area of relevance to the project, such as molecular biology, molecular genetics, genomics or bioinformatics, and must include a documented ability to proficiently execute routine laboratory techniques. A strong motivation in advancing laboratory and research skills to become a core member of a research team is also essential.
Desired additional qualifications include (i) experience and a strong abiding interest in molecular genetic mechanisms of genomic instability, (ii) specific research experience with molecular mechanisms of DNA repair, replication and/or transcription, (iii) experience with bioinformatics and the processing of large-scale genomic data.
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