As a Research Associate II, you will support Dr. Cingolani's research study while performing routine and increasingly complex laboratory tasks and procedures and develops technical expertise in one or more areas relevant to research projects. You will actively participate in research activities involving all aspects of the research process, to include, but not limited to; investigation, technical, testing/validation of results, and report findings. You will perform a variety of routine experimental protocols and procedures to support the objectives of laboratory research projects and will be expected to observe and comply with safety standards and procedures, assist in preparation of data for publication and/or presentation at scholarly meetings, and assist in general laboratory maintenance. This position does not have supervisory responsibilities.
Essential job duties and responsibilities:
Perform a variety of increasingly complex experimental protocols and procedures and assist in the design of new complex or unusual protocols and techniques.
Keep accurate and detailed records of experiments and results, and assist in identifying and troubleshooting of unexpected results.
Order laboratory supplies and supports laboratory operations.
Maintain lab equipment and related records and may coordinate use of lab equipment.
Assist in the operation of specialized equipment, as required by the area of research.
Assist in preparation of data for publication and/or presentation at scholarly meetings.
Observe and comply with safety standards and procedures.
Orient research laboratory assistants or lower level research associates and undergraduate student researchers on day-to-day lab operations and routine procedures.
Specific duties and responsibilities:
Presentation skills using MS Word, PowerPoint & Excel
Experience in laboratory (cloning, cell culture, QPCR, Microscopy)
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