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A Clinical Research Division laboratory that studies hematopoietic stem cell biology and develops novel genetic modification strategies for hematological diseases and disorders is recruiting a Research Technician I-II to assist with 1) cell culture, 2) stem cell expansion studies and 3) development of stem cell enrichment protocols. The position may involve 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 collection and procession from preclinical modeling experiments. This position affords the motivated technician an opportunity to develop/utilize both tissue culture and molecular biology skills.
Candidates should submit a cover letter explaining specific interest in the position and prior research experience.