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A Clinical Research Division laboratory that studies hematopoietic cell biology and develops novel gene therapy and gene editing strategies is recruiting a Research Technician II to assist with in vivo modeling studies. The position involves various responsibilities, including collection of primary tissue samples, calculation and administration of medications, and precise and accurate record keeping. Studies include multiple models of human disease, including work with HIV and HIV-like viruses. This position also affords the motivated technician an opportunity to develop/utilize both tissue culture and molecular biology skills.
Candidates with excellent organizational skills and communication skills (written and oral) plus an ability to work well in a multidisciplinary team environment are encouraged to apply. To be successful in this position, the candidate must be highly motivated, possess a high level of initiative and attention to details. They must also be capable of working independently in a team environment.