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Laboratory is seeking a temporary staff scientist for the months of January through March 2018. The responsibilities include FACS analysis to identify antigen-specific memory B cells, analysis of the results and training of new staff.
Responsibilities include FACS analysis to identify antigen-specific memory B cells, analysis of the results and training of new staff.
The successful candidate must have a PhD in a relevant biological field with a demonstrated track record of productive research, 3+ years of post-doctoral experience, and be able to work both independently and as part of a laboratory team. The candidate must also have a strong background in essential molecular and cellular biology techniques, as well as extensive experience with cell/ tissue culture techniques.