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The focus of research conducted in Dr. William Grady’s laboratory in the Clinical Research Division of Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center Research is the study of the molecular and cell biology of gastrointestinal cancer as well as the role of genetic and epigenetic alterations in cancer. Under general supervision of the PI and the Principal Staff Scientist in the lab, the Research Technician will perform varied support functions requiring knowledge and skills specific to the research study.
To be successful in this position, the technician must be highly self-motivated and trustworthy. They should be willing to take up new skills and responsibilities, follow instructions, and capable of working independently in a teamwork environment.