Lab tech in Organ Generative Medicine at Columbia University
The Mori Lab, Columbia Center for Human Development (CCHD) at Columbia University Irving Medical Center, New York, is seeking a highly motivated Research Technician B to help manage daily operations in the laboratory and participate in ongoing research projects. Dr. Munemasa Mori leads a multi-disciplinary team focusing on all aspects of lung organ generation, such as stemness, differentiation, development, and transplantation. (Mori et al., Nature Medicine, 2019). Our goal is to advance our cutting-edge organ bioengineering technology ultimately, to generate human respiratory organs in vivo for disease modeling and autologous lung transplantation. Mori Lab homepage: (https://www.morilab.org).
Please submit your application to Dr. Mori (email@example.com) by email with the following information: A cover letter, a CV, and contact details for three referees.
Candidates may apply directly for the position, via the following URL:
Title: Technician B - PACC
Position #/s: 20036018
Search Committee: Munemasa Mori
As part of the Mori lab, you will be in charge of ordering lab supplies, reagents, media, etc., maintaining critical inventories well-stocked and organized, animal maintenance, genotyping, DNA/RNA work, and immunohistochemistry. You will work closely with other lab members and engage in the lab’s research goals in a highly motivated and collaborative research environment. You will have the opportunity to learn new skill sets such as pluripotent stem cell culture and flow cytometry. A commitment of two or more years is desired, and the selected candidate will have an opportunity to participate in co-authored research publications.
- Bachelor’s degree in biology, chemistry, or a related science, or equivalent combination of education, training, and experience
- Laboratory experience including routine molecular biology techniques
- A minimum commitment of 2 years is required.
- Experience with handing small animal models
- Excellent English communication and writing skills
The position will remain open until filled. For full consideration, please apply by the middle of March 2021(EST).
The finalist for this position will require CU Human Resources approval and clearance of a background check prior to receiving employment clearance to start working, which can take 4-6 weeks from the time a Finalist is submitted to MedicineHR for review via TalentLink. If applicable, NYP approval of the clinical appointment would also be required prior to the start of employment and may extend the clearance timeline.
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