SR. RESEARCH TECHNICIAN, College of Arts & Sciences, Biology (21500487941216) in Boston, MA for Boston University
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SR. RESEARCH TECHNICIAN, College of Arts & Sciences, Biology (21500487941216)
SR. RESEARCH TECHNICIAN, College of Arts & Sciences, Biology (21500487941216)Tracking Code: 21500487941216Job DescriptionWe are seeking a bright and highly motivated individual for a Sr. Research Technician position in the laboratory of Dr. David Waxman in the Department of Biology at Boston University. We use cutting edge molecular biology techniques and technologies, cell culture, and animal (mouse) models, including high throuput sequecing-based technologies, to study the effects of hormones on the sex-dependent regulation of liver drug metabolism and drug action, and the impact of exposure to environmental chemicals on


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