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Research Associate I – Cancer Epigenetics
May 10, 2017 - June 10, 2017
- Opening for a temporary Scientific Researcher in the Discovery Oncology Department, to discover and validate new targets in cancer biology.
- She/he will utilize and/or develop state of the art genetic, epigenetic and proteomic technologies to characterize exciting oncology drug targets in the epigenetics space.
- The successful candidate will be expected to work creatively, independently and collaboratively.
- An ideal candidate should have a strong background in Cancer Biology and will possess the proven ability to work independently.
- He/she should have technical skills in molecular and cellular biology.
- In particular, FACS, western blotting, cloning, genetic manipulation of cell lines and cell culture, cell imaging and growth analysis.
- Experience with techniques related to the study of chromatin, epigenetics and Next Generation Sequencing is also an advantage.
- Strong organizational skills and the ability to work independently in a team environment are required.
- Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal are essential.
- A Bachelors or Masters degree with 3+ years of cancer research experience.