|Employer||University of Minnesota|
|Job Type||Full Time|
All required qualifications must be documented on application material
• Bachelor's Degree in Biology, Cell Biology, Immunology, or Cancer Biology and at least 2 years of pertinent research experience in cancer biology, or a combination of related experience and education totaling at least 6 years.
• Ability to analyze and interpret data and present it in a clear fashion
• Ability to independently design, develop, and troubleshoot multi-step experiments
• Cell culturing of primary murine/human cells and tumor cell lines.
• Experience performing assays on a flow cytometer, including multi-color experiments
• Extensive mouse handling experience to include ear punching, irradiation of mice, intraperitoneal/tail vein injections, tail clips for genotyping, facial vein bleeding for blood collection, breeding colony maintenance, tissue harvesting and freezing, surgical anesthesia, sterile technique, and bioluminescent imaging.
• Extensive, in-depth knowledge of leukemia, cancer, and/or hematopoiesis research
• Experience reporting effectively on the progress and direction of individual projects using written and verbal English, to include proper grammar usage and accurate spelling.
• Experience maintaining documentation and reports for data and procedures obtained from separate projects in an organized and logical manner.
• Experience with Microsoft Office Suite including Office and Excel.
• Ability to work in collaborative environment and follow written and verbal instruction
• Ability to manage lab budget and ordering
• Ability to manage, supervise, train, and guide the research of multiple other individuals in the lab (undergraduates, fellows, junior scientists) such that lab research goals are met in a timely fashion
About the Job
90%: Design, perform, and analyze experiments including:
• In vitro/cell culture experiments to investigate cellular pathways important for leukemogenesis
• In vivo and ex vivo murine experiments for studying how different microenvironments (bone marrow, central nervous system etc) influence leukemia biology
• In vivo and ex vivo murine experiments designed to better understand mechanisms of leukemia chemotherapy resistance and how to restore chemo sensitivity
10%: General lab maintenance and inventory management
• Lab supply ordering
• Weekly lab supply inventory
• Lab organization and cleaning
About the Department
This position is within the Department of Pediatrics, Division of Hematology/Oncology and will be working in the Masonic Cancer Research Building.
How To Apply
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About the U of M
The University of Minnesota, Twin Cities (UMTC)
The University of Minnesota, Twin Cities (UMTC), is among the largest public research universities in the country, offering undergraduate, graduate, and professional students a multitude of opportunities for study and research. Located at the heart of one of the nation's most vibrant, diverse metropolitan communities, students on the campuses in Minneapolis and St. Paul benefit from extensive partnerships with world-renowned health centers, international corporations, government agencies, and arts, nonprofit, and public service organizations.