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The Immunopathology Lab in the Clinical Research Division is seeking a well-organized and highly motivated Research Technician II to join the Multiplex Immunohistochemistry (mIHC) Team with a focus on image acquisition and analysis. The Lab utilizes cutting-edge technologies in a Team Science approach to interrogate the tumor microenvironment through tissue-based analyses of immunotherapy clinical and pre-clinical trials.
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