Job: Associate in Research: Immunohistochemistry, Molecular Bio, and Animal care, Duke University, Durham, NC
Associate in Research: Immunohistochemistry, Molecular Bio, and Animal care
Durham, NC 27708 United States
commensurate with experience
Research and Development
Associate in Research position is immediately available in the Cardiac Electrophysiology and Tissue Engineering laboratory in Biomedical Engineering Department at Duke University under Professor Nenad Bursac (http://bursaclab.pratt.duke.edu/). Responsibilities will include fixing, embedding, cryosectioning, and immunohistology of heart, muscle, liver, and other tissues from mice, rats, and pigs; confocal imaging and image analysis and quantification; tissue homogenization, RNA and protein isolation, qRT-PCR and immunoblotting; cloning of plasmids and production of viruses, and assistance with preoperative and postoperative care for rodents (rats and mice). Should be able to work alone and in team, independently review related scientific literature to troubleshoot encountered problems, and improve on used methodologies. Will also occasionally train and supervise undergraduate and graduate students.
Required qualifications: B.S. degree in biology, biomedical engineering, or related fields with significant experience with immunohistology, molecular biology, biochemical techniques, and animal care. Applications will be reviewed as they are received until candidate is selected. The training environment of the Bursac group is highly interdisciplinary and provides ample opportunities for scientific growth and pursuit of both academic and industry careers. Duke University is an equal opportunity employer. Interested candidates should send their resume and provide examples of their immunohistology images and names of three reference writers to Dr. Nenad Bursac (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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