Senior Research Associate - Job ID:5725

Responsiblities:
  • Tissue Culture
  • Cloning
  • qRT-PCR
  • Western Blot, ELISA
  • DNA, RNA purification from mammalian cells
  • CRISPR
  • Genomic assays (ChIP-seq, RNA-seq) a plus
Requirements:
  • BS/MS in life science related discipline
  • 1+ year experience in GMP, CLIA, or BL2 environment.
  • Experience with high-throughput assays
  •  Experience with statistical analyses
  •  Experience with ELISA or other antibody-based application
 
Email resume in Microsoft Word format to: jobs@cwsciences.com

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