1) Aid in maintenance of gnotobiotic and SPF mouse lines used in preclinical experimentation
2) Assist with/ help design animal experiments, including gnotobiotic and specific pathogen free mouse lines with a diverse team of investigators, including graduate students, post docs, and senior scientists
3) Mouse handling and husbandry
4) Genotype/screen mouse lines
5) Maintain up-to-date electronic mouse census for gnotobiotic and SPF mice
6) Serve as liaison between the PI's lab group and the Animal Resource Center staff
7) Record findings/results and maintain up-to-date electronic laboratory notebook
9) Help with lab maintenance, ordering of supplies, stocking shelves, clean up.
1) Knowledge in relevant scientific field.
2) Knowledge of research techniques or methods relevant to the lab (using pH meeting, cell culture, working with microbial cultures, animal experimentation and tissue harvest, DNA/protein/RNA extractions, PCR, etc).
3) Analytical skills.
4) Problem-solving skills.
5) Attention to detail.
6) Organizational skills.
7) Verbal and written communication skills.
8) Comfortable using Microsoft Office software.
1) Master's degree
1)Three years or more of mouse researchÂ experience
2) Cover letter
Note: When applying, all required documents MUST be uploaded under the Resume/CV section of the application
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