[Chlamydomonas] RESEARCH ASSISTANT

Daniela Nicastro via chlamy%40net.bio.net (by nicastro at brandeis.edu)
Sat Oct 7 12:26:41 EST 2006


                            BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY
                            Waltham, MA, U.S.A.
                           Department of Biology


                            RESEARCH ASSISTANT
   
 Brandeis University is seeking a full-time Research Assistant  
(Technician) immediately to work in a team of highly experienced  
structural biologists investigating macromolecular complexes,  
organelles and cells using electron microscopy. State-of-the-art  
techniques are used to explore a large number of cellular structures  
with medical and biological importance. This is an exciting  
opportunity for a Research Assistant to participate in current  
research activities under the direction of the Principal Investigator.  
Responsibilities might include, but are not restricted to cell  
culture, sample preparation, data acquisition on an electron  
microscope, computer-aided data analysis and maintenance of wet-lab  
equipment.

The ideal candidate will have a minimum of a Bachelor?s degree in  
biology, biochemistry or a related field from an accredited  
university; entry level technicians are encouraged to apply. The  
candidate should be well organized, be able to work independently and  
enjoy working as part of an energetic team, have basic laboratory  
experience and an interest in learning new techniques. Experience with  
biological electron microscopy or image processing is preferred, but  
not required. The successful candidate will receive training in a  
range of cutting-edge techniques that are essential for modern  
structural biology. Salary level will depend upon experience and will  
include benefits.

Please send e-mail inquiries to: nicastro at brandeis.edu

Interested candidates should apply online for Job Number 200173B:
http://www.brandeis.edu/humanresources/job.php?job_id=584


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education and employment.




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