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A Clinical Research Division laboratory that studies hematopoietic cell biology, develops novel gene therapy, gene editing strategies and immunotherapy is recruiting a Research Technician II to assist with cell culture, gene transfer studies, and molecular studies. The position involves additional responsibilities, such as processing of primary tissue samples, and culture/analysis of cells infected with HIV and related viruses. The candidate should be motivated to participate in sample processing and analysis from preclinical modeling experiments. This position affords the motivated technician an opportunity to develop/utilize both tissue culture and molecular biology skills.