Research Associate (Microbiology) - Job ID:5550

Responsibilities:
  • Assist scientific staff with the design of microbiological experiments.
  • Perform data analysis and maintain a laboratory notebook.
  • Run microbiological assays to support drug discovery and present results to the team.
  • Perform mammalian cell culture when required.

Requirements:
  • MS degree and must have 1+ years research experience in academia and/or industry.
  • Expertise with aseptic and Microbiology techniques.
  • Must have experience with cell culture and working with bacteria.
 
 
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