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The Associate Researcher is responsible for conducting and assisting routine and standardized experiments specific to projects in our laboratory that identify and investigates novel genomics, epigenomics and transcriptomic changes.
Roles and Responsibilities:
Under minimum supervision, performs DNA and RNA extractions from cells, peripheral blood cells (PBMCs) and tissues
- Perform RNAseq, ATACseq, and methylation library preparations and sequencing
- Optimize assays
- Responsible for entering data into various databases
- Must be a motivated team player
- Must be analytical and possess excellent organizational, time management and communication skills
- Any other related as assigned
- BS in Molecular/Cellular Biology or related field is preferred
- Extensive knowledge of molecular biology principles, proficient in standard molecular biology techniques including PCR and DNA sequencing, NGS experience is desired and may substitute for education
- Single-cell techniques are a plus
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