Research Associate - Mira Jung's Lab, Radiation Medicine, GUMC
The Research Associate will manage the work demands of establishing, expanding, maintaining and banking the cells in primary cell culture. The work requires the experiences in growing primary tissue culture, performing cellular and biochemical assays, and data management with basic computer programs, including word and excel. Duties include but are not limited to:
- Establishing primary cells
- Expanding and maintaining cell cultures
- Banking the cells
- Data management
- Perform biochemical assays and immunostaining
- Perform DNA and RNA preparation
- Data collection, analysis and report
- Experienced research technician with a B.A or graduate degree
- Minimum 3 years of experienced in the tissue culture and biochemical assays
Competitive salaries rely on publically available information for University staff.
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