How to Apply
In the application, please include a cover letter stating your research experience, interests, and future career goals, and a CV with references.
The laboratory of Sue Hammoud, in the Department of Human Genetics at the University of Michigan Medical School, seeks a full-time Research Laboratory Technician. The lab focuses on understanding genetic and epigenetic programs that guide germ cell development in-vivo and in-vitro. The applicant will be working with embryonic stem cells and making testicular organoids. You will be expected to lead a research project, and will have opportunities to make original scientific discoveries, analyze data, and suggest future directions. Candidates will be expected to collaboratively contribute to manuscripts, grants and presentations.
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Carry out tissue ESC culture work, perform various molecular biology techniques such as PCR, westerns, DNA extraction and sequencing; Edit ESC to generate knockins using crispr/cas9; Read the literature and develop or adopt protocols; Contribute to lab meeting/ jC / organize data and results.
- A bachelor’s degree in biology, genetics, biochemistry, or a related field, and 2+ years previous experimental laboratory research experience and ESC experience
- Candidates must have high degree of motivation, and the ability to think and work both independently and collaboratively.
- The candidate should have human ESC cell experience, strong written, oral communication skills, and ability to maintain detailed and organized lab notebooks / records.
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