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Incumbent will work closely with the PI, junior faculty and post- actively participate in research focused on human obesity, adipose tissue metabolism and the regulation of adipogenesis. Responsibilities include assisting other lab members with tissue and cell culture experiments and hormone/cytokine , and other assays. A 2 years commitment is preferred.
Specific duties include:
- Assist with preparation of cells isolated from human or rodent adipose tissues
- Culture adipose progenitors
- Perform analysis of cells including qPCR, RNA and DNA preparation, Northern, Western and other molecular biological and biochemical analyses
- Perform assays using small amounts of radioisotopes
- Willing to work with mice or rats
- Independently prepare laboratory reagents and buffers
- Maintain current certifications for lab safety and human subject research
- Maintain lab records and databases using excel and similar programs
- Maintain required environmental health and safety records
- Order lab supplies and working with co-workers to make sure standard items are available
- Perform other duties as needed
For more information about our lab, please visit icahn.mssm.edu/profiles/susan-fried
- Bachelor’s degree in biology, biochemistry, or any major with ‘pre-med’ coursework
- One year or more experience in lab-based research such as prior lab experience or undergraduate independent research project and/or clinical research
- Computer skills including Excel, Word, graphing programs, statistics
- Outstanding organizational skills
- Excellent teamwork and communication skills
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