Research Technician II - Pathology & Immunology in St. Louis, MO for Washington University in St. Louis
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Research Technician II - Pathology & Immunology
Scheduled Hours40Position SummaryThe Uberoi Lab is seeking a Research Technician II to support and advance our work in studying host-microbiome interactions at the skin surface. As part of our innovative research program, you will contribute to unraveling the complex interplay between the skin, its microbiome, and the external environment. Our investigations extend to understanding responses to challenges such as injury, skin diseases, and various external stimuli. Our work is highly interdisciplinary, and we are looking for candidates with familiarity with microbiology, host biology (specifically murine models), tissue culture and/or prior experience in computational biology. A person


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