Graduate Research Assistant in Boston, MA for MGH Institute of Health Professions
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Graduate Research Assistant
We are looking for multiple graduate research assistants who are highly motivated, well-organized, and dynamic with high levels of independence and creative thinking to join the Shu Lab at Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School (https://www.jianshulab.org). Our research focuses on 1) developing and optimizing experimental and computational approaches to decode complex systems in time and space at single-cell resolution by integrating genomic, epigenomic, spatial, and imaging data, along with CRISPR perturbations and lineage tracing; 2) applying these toolboxes to decode and engineer multicellular systems. Dr. Jian Shu was a Helen Hay Whitney Fellow working at the intersection of single-cell genomics and stem cell biology in Dr. Eric Lander's lab at the Broad Institute of MI


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