Researcher 2 in Minneapolis, MN for University of Minnesota Twin Cities
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Researcher 2
Dedicated researcher to join an accelerating and highly collaborative research group in the University of Minnesota Department of Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, and Biophysics. The researcher will carrying out large-scale molecular biology workflows including cloning, mutagenesis, and protein engineering.The researcher will perform high-throughput biochemical assays of a wide range of complexities, and assist in assay development for basic hypothesis driven biochemical and cellular discovery projects including engineering gene-therapy products and novel immune therapeutics to treat a diverse set of diseases.The researcher will keep clear and extensive records of scientific work


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