1. Recommends the design and implementation of procedures and protocols under the direction of a higher-level authority. 2. Investigates, analyzes, and reaches preliminary scientific conclusions related to research planning 3. Ensures data results are compiled, analyzed, and presented properly. 4. Analyzes, develops and interprets scientific results. Maintains clear documentation of results. Prepares scientific reports and papers for research proposals and published reports. 5. Performs independent research and laboratory techniques and participates in experimental research planning. 6. Interacts with internal contacts including the PI, research assistants, graduate students, Radiation Safety and Biological Safety officers, and Animal Care personnel to discuss and evaluate research results and to ensure the smooth and safe operation of the laboratory. 7. Interacts with external contacts such as researchers at other institutions, staff at biotechnology and reagents companies to consult on research methods and to keep abreast of product information and developments. 8. May perform other duties as assigned.
Preferred Education: Experience in either bioinformatics/basic coding skills OR genome editing/transgenesis (e.g. Cas9-based) OR advanced molecular biology techniques (e.g. viral work, sequencing library prep, epigenetics techniques).
Preferred Education, Experience and Skills: Experience in either bioinformatics/basic coding skills OR genome editing/transgenesis (e.g. Cas9-based) OR advanced molecular biology techniques (e.g. viral work, sequencing library prep, epigenetics techniques).
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