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The Basic Sciences Division has an opening for a Laboratory Aide to work part-time in a laboratory that uses yeast as a model system to uncover the mechanisms that control accurate chromosome segregation. This is a work-study eligible position.
Duties include making media and stock solutions as necessary and other related duties such as autoclaving lab supplies, as well as other assigned duties to support the research program.
To be considered for this opportunity, please submit your resume, a cover letter explaining your interest in this position, as well as contact information for at least two references.