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An Associate Researcher II (technician) position in the laboratory of David Dominguez-Sola, at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York is now available (start date, Spring 2020). Mount Sinai is a diverse institution, host of groundbreaking science aimed at advancing medicine and patient care.
The Tisch Cancer Institute, to which the laboratory is affiliated, is an NCI-designated multidisciplinary cancer research center with state-of-the-art facilities and a vibrant scientific community: https://icahn.mssm.edu/research/tisch
The Dominguez-Sola laboratory investigates the pathogenic mechanisms of B cell lymphoma initiation and how they relate to the normal biology of adaptive immune responses. Our group is very dynamic, collaborative and comprised of international researchers with diverse backgrounds and expertise. For additional information, please visit our website: http://labs.icahn.mssm.edu/dominguezlab/
We are looking for a driven, motivated, well-organized and skilled individual to assist in research aimed at discovering the cellular and molecular mechanisms driving B cell lymphomagenesis. These studies involve both in vitro methods and experimental work in mice.
- Routine and non/routine experiments including assays using standard techniques, and cell/tissue processing, culture and maintenance
- Routine tasks of mouse husbandry, manipulation and genotyping of mouse models
- Detailed documentation of experimental work, and maintenance, cataloging and back-up of experimental data files
- Collect detailed documentation on experimental data
- Update mouse colony database for accurate recordkeeping and storage
- Attend weekly meetings to present, discuss and evaluate current projects and literature
- Managerial activities:
- Preparation of purchase orders for supplies
- Cataloging and backup of inventories, laboratory stocks and reagents
- Contribute to quality control, assurance and lab safety programs
- BS or MS in biology/biochemistry or related fields (e.g. immunology)
- 2 years of research experience in molecular or cellular biology laboratories is a MUST
- Animal handling experience is a MUST
- Knowledge of basic cell, molecular biology and flow cytometry methods will be highly valued
- Excellent organization, communication, time-management, and record-keeping skills
- Familiarity with data analysis software (e.g. GraphPad PRISM)
- Long-term (>2-year) commitment preferred
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