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The Geraghty Lab seeks an exceptionally skilled, experienced molecular and or sequencing technician to join their team. A summary of Dr. Geraghty's research can be found here: https://www.fredhutch.org/en/faculty-lab-directory/geraghty-daniel.html
The Research Technician II will work in a molecular genotyping laboratory that performs state of the art genotyping for disease association studies. The laboratory collaborates with local and international labs to carry out anthropological, clinical, and basic disease studies that are aimed at a better understanding and development of data and tools for diagnosis and treatment of a variety of human diseases.
To be successful in this position, you must have the ability to communicate effectively with coworkers, working together in executing tasks that engage multiple complementary activities in parallel. In addition to benchwork, these activities include data analysis and effective interaction with the laboratory’s software and data analysis group. The ability and willingness to take initiative in problem solving and suggestions for workflow improvements will be a key to advancement and associated benefits.