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The Guccione lab has a long-standing interest in understanding basic mechanisms of transcriptional and post-transcriptional regulation in order to identify therapeutic opportunities in oncology.
- Lab Duties
- Coordinates and takes responsibility for basic lab duties. Assists with the ordering and tracking of laboratory supplies. Performs routine technical tasks, and assists in the general maintenance of the lab (i.e. stock reagents and maintain inventory of the labs supplies)
- Has oversight of recombinant DNA work, protein biochemistry and cell culture. Under supervision (or independently), will participate in standard lab experiments (i.e. Sterile cell culture (primary cells, 3D organoids)
- PCR, cloning recombinant DNA, basic molecular biology methods
- Immunohistochemistry, ELISA
- Flow cytometry (FACS)
- Protein biochemistry such as Purification, Western blotting and IP)
- Mouse colony management including handling, breeding and mice genotyping (experience with mouse surgery and/or models of cancer is strongly preferred)
- Has oversight of mouse colony (including mouse models of cancer). Participates actively in developing, recommending and implementing new approved procedures, or modifications to existing protocols and procedures. Handles IACUC/IBC/IRB protocol submission
- Maintains and updates technical knowledge
- Communication/Relationship with Others
- Cooperates, communicates and relates well to all members of the lab. Effective oral and written communication skills
- Participates and performs other related duties as required
- Bachelor’s degree in life sciences
- 2 years of experience in bench research
- Mouse experience required
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