Rotating Training Position for Graduate Research Assistant
The main requirement for this position is a commitment in cancer research. Students will receive training in molecular biology, cell biology, cancer biology and functional genomics.
Applicants must have a Ph.D. or M.D./Ph.D. degree, a strong background in molecular biology and genetics, and be familiar with a computer. Potential applicants are expected to work in the areas of genomics research.
Research Assistant II / Senior Research Assistant
Applicants must have experience in basic molecular biology and cell biology techniques as well as in computer programs such as Microsoft Excel, Word and PowerPoint. A master’s degree is preferable. Successful applicants are expected to work with microarray system or sequencing facility.