Location: LOC_COLKET-Colket Translational Research
Req ID: 133956
Employment Status: Regular – Full Time
The De Raedt lab aims to develop novel successful therapies, including immunotherapy, for children with brain tumors by dissecting the fundamental processes of tumor biology and by developing relevant mouse models. We currently are looking for a mouse research technician to assist the Dr. De Raedt and other members of the lab, as well as occasionally assisting members of the neighboring Foster lab (also working on pediatric brain tumors). The applicant must have experience working with mice; mouse surgery experience is a plus. Additionally, the applicant is expected to help with some routine lab experiments as well. Our laboratory uses a range of molecular and cellular biological techniques together with mouse models to elucidate the molecular basis of cancer. Importantly, whenever possible we extend and translate these findings and develop novel therapies that inspire clinical trials. We are located in one of the top children’s hospital and university in the US and thus benefit from an excellent academic and professional environment. The successful candidate will join our growing dynamic team. He/she/they will contribute to managing project efforts, additionally he/she/they may help to train new research members (students and/or technicians). This research technical role participates in a planned research projects by performing research protocols and experimental procedures under direct supervision. For additional background on the lab please visit http://deraedtlab.org/
Required Education and Experience
Required Education: Associates Degree or active enrollment in a Bachelor’s Degree Program
Required Experience: One (1) year of laboratory experience
Preferred Education, Experience & Cert/Lic
Preferred Education: Bachelor’s Degree
Preferred Experience: Two (2) years of laboratory experience
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