The Department of Genetic Medicine is seeking a Research Technologist who will join a team testing the function of CFTR, the protein dysfunctional in cystic fibrosis, and its response to precision medicine therapies. The Technologist will also have the opportunity to participate in gene editing studies using CRISPRI Cas9 methods. Under the supervision of a faculty investigator, the Technologist will be responsible for independently performing routine analyses and tests on animal or human fluids and/or tissue or cultured cell lines. Work requires basic and advanced use of scientific methods, procedures and techniques gained through previous training and experience. Uses understanding of theory behind experiments and applies analytical skills to implement assigned projects, and to identify and trouble-shoot situations needing special attention.
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$9.00 per hourPosted about 9 hours ago
Posted about 9 hours ago
$17.70 - $22.12 per hourPosted about 9 hours ago
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