The Research Technologist will perform cutting-edge research into the mechanisms of drug resistance in breast cancer. The start date is negotiable and can range from January-March 2021. The lab is dedicated to the study of therapeutic resistance in breast cancer. Equally important to our mission is the training of the next generation of cancer researchers. Our goal is to lessen the public health burden of breast cancer through science.
The research technologist has the opportunity to work on one or more of several projects available in the lab focusing on transcriptional control of resistance, therapeutic vulnerabilities of resistant cancer, and large-scale oncogene variant-to-function efforts.
Bachelor's degree in biological sciences, chemistry or related field is required.
Prior research experience in a laboratory setting is preferred, although not required.
We are looking for candidates who work well with others, are enthusiastic to learn, and motivated to contribute to the scientific and mentorship goals of the lab.
Some related post-undergraduate work experience preferred.
Special Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Materials, machines and/or equipment used on the job include balances, pH meters, centrifuges, electrophoresis system, microscopes, UV and visible spectroscopy, and incubators for growing mammalian cell lines and bacterial cultures.
Classified Title: Research Technologist Working Title: Research Technologist Role/Level/Range: ACRO37.5/02/CC Starting Hourly Pay Rate Range: $14.14 - $19.44/ Commensurate with experience Employee group: Full Time Schedule: Monday - Friday, 37. 5 hrs per week Exempt Status: Non-Exempt Location: 05-MD:School of Public Health Department name: 10001066-Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Personnel area: School of Public Health
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