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We are seeking an experienced Research Technician to assist in management of drug studies, various ongoing projects and maintaining murine colonies in a laboratory within our Human Biology Division.
A bachelor's degree in biology or related fields is required, and experience working in a laboratory related to immunology projects in a murine model is helpful. We need an individual with high caliber work ethic, willing to do whatever it takes to get the job done, including coming in on weekends to weigh and monitor murine colonies, when and if need be. Dependable and able to work independently.