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Dr. Sally Amundson???s laboratory at the Center for Radiological Research at Columbia University is looking for a technician B to work in close collaboration with scientists using gene-expression-based approaches to understand the mechanistic basis of radiation response. The job responsibilities will include the following:
Training and performing work with animal models and human tissue
Performing real-time PCR and other basic molecular biology techniques and related analysis methods.
Developing skill sets in RNAseq and subsequent data analysis.
Maintaining and sharing records, completing scientific and technical tasks in a timely fashion and helping to maintain a smoothly functioning laboratory.
Performing related duties & responsibilities as assigned/requested
We are part of a large team, under the Center for High Throughput Minimally Invasive Radiation Biodosimetry at Columbia University Medical Center consisting of biologists, physicists, and statisticians.
Requires a bachelor's degree in chemistry, biology, physics or related science or equivalent combination of education, training and experience.
Must have general knowledge of molecular and cellular biology.
Some laboratory experience is preferred, especially familiarity with RNA techniques and qRT-PCR.
Equal Opportunity Employer / Disability / Veteran
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