Stem Cell Specialist in the Tissue Engineering Unit

Employer
Centre for Genomic Regulation
Location
Spain
Posted
August 21 2017
Discipline
Life Sciences, Biology
Position Type
Full Time
Organization Type
Academia

The Institute


The Centre for Genomic Regulation (CRG) is an international biomedical research institute of excellence, based in Barcelona, Spain, with more than 400 scientists from 44 countries. The CRG shares principles of an interdisciplinary, motivated and creative scientific team that is supported by high-end and innovative technologies and a flexible and efficient administration.


CRG has been conferred with a badge of ‘HR Excellence in Research' by the European Commission, in recognition to its progress in implementing the European Charter for Researchers and the Code of Conduct for Recruitment of Researchers, that among others consists of transparent, merit-based recruitment procedures and attractive work-life balance working conditions.


For further information: www.crg.eu


 


The Tissue Engineering Unit


The goal of the Tissue Engineering Platform is to provide the CRG, PRBB and external researchers with the latest technologies in the fields of stem cell biology, stem cell differentiation, organoid formation and induced pluripotent stem cells (iPSCs).


The Tissue Engineering platform works in collaboration with the Biomolecular Screening & Protein Technologies Unit at the CRG to provide CRISPR/Cas9 genome editing technology services.


The Unit is also constantly implementing new emergent technologies in these fields.


 


The role


The desired candidate will perform CRISPR gene editing in stem cells, stem cell differentiation assays, mouse embryo work and will work in providing service in already established organoid systems and in implementing specific organoid technology in the Unit.


Applicant should be highly motivated with thorough, methodological and accurate work habits. The ideal candidate has a strong ability to multi-tasking and a service-oriented mentality.


 



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