The Temporary Research Technician will perform duties in the Institute for Genomics & Systems Biology. Join a team involved in the systematic functional mapping of genomes in a genomics/high throughput biology laboratory. Establish transgenic cell lines. Map transcription factor binding sites using ChIP-seq, and work in the new University of Chicago Genomics & Systems Biology Laboratory. Attend and participate in project meetings, summarize results of experiments performed and assist in interpreting the results of studies. Interact with students and other laboratory members and assist them with their work as directed by the PI. Establish cell lines and perform chromatin immuno precipitation. Perform data analysis. Mammalian cell culture skills required. Perform high throughput PCR and work with robotic systems. Provide logistical support for the smooth running of the lab (ordering, safety, organization). Maintain accurate written and electronic records of experiments performed Perform general laboratory duties such as preparation of reagents. Provide daily maintenance of laboratory equipment and organization The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of the work being performed by people assigned to this job. They are not an exhaustive list of all duties and responsibilities associated with it.
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