Research Associate - Job ID:6279

Responsibilities of the Research Associate:

  • Analyze, summarize, and present experimental results.
  • Routinely track and document results in laboratory notebooks and databases
  • Work collaboratively with other team members across all departments to
  • accomplish project goals and milestones within tight timelines

Requirements of the Research Associate:

  • BS in Biology, Molecular Biology, or related area.
  • Must have 1+ years experience with ELISA's and cell culture preferably within industry.
  • Molecular biology techniques, i.e. qPCR, Immunofluorescent staining and Flow cytometry preferred.
 Benefits include paid time off, health insurance, and matching 401K plan
 

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