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At the Vasioukhin laboratory we study the mechanisms and significance of cell polarity and cell adhesion in normal mammalian development and cancer. In addition, we have a significant interest in the mechanisms responsible for initiation and progression of human prostate cancer.
Learn more about the Vasioukhin Lab: http://research.fhcrc.org/vasioukhin/en.html
The Vasioukhin Laboratory in the Human Biology Division is recruiting for a Lab Aide I to assist with ongoing studies up to 19 hours/week.
The incumbent will be responsible for: