Conduct biochemical tests and assays for studies on transmembrane proteins in human health and diseases. Methods will involve a combination of molecular cloning, biochemical techniques, and maintaining cell lines of both mammals and insects. Aid in day-to-day maintenance of the laboratory in accordance with general laboratory safety and bio-safety regulations and guidelines.
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Minimum Required Qualifications:
Associate degree in biological or chemical biology sciences or related field plus two years of lab or related experience. Equivalent education or experience will be considered on a year-for-year basis. Knowledge of basic laboratory terminology and procedures including cell culture.
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