Full-time, Paid, Assistant/Associate Research, Developmental and Stem Cell Biology
November 6, 2019
The Tisch Cancer Institute and Department of Cell, Developmental and Regenerative Biology at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai is seeking a student to work as an Assistant or Associate Researcher at one of their laboratories. The laboratory investigates two major areas: function of circadian rhythm genes and genes involved in immune responses in blood cell production and regeneration; and WNT pathway signaling and how it regulates red blood cell progenitor growth; and. They use genetic mouse models, primary human progenitor cells, and molecular, cell biological, and biochemical analyses in their research. Training will be provided as needed, and possibility of independent research projects.
cell culture and molecular and biochemical and cellular analysis of such cultures using cytometry, RT - PCR, and other approaches
handling of laboratory mice, genotyping and tracking of mouse colonies
aiding in lab organization
re-stocking common reagents and solutions
maintaining lab databases
B.S. in Biomedical Sciences (or equivalent)
One year of relevant work experience in a research lab, preferably on an independent project such as for a senior honors thesis
Good communication skills
Ability to work efficiently as part of a team
Full-time; with a minimum commitment of two years.
To apply, please send a detailed cover letter explaining relevant experience and your specific interest in this position, a detailed CV, and names and contact information for up to three references to Margaret Baron.