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Technician position available at Yale University

Frank Slack frank.slack at yale.edu
Tue Apr 9 09:27:21 EST 2002

Technician/Research Assistant position available at Yale University - 
starting Spring/Summer 2002.

A technician/research assistant position is currently available in 
the Slack laboratory in the Department of Molecular, Cellular and 
Developmental Biology, at Yale University. Our research focuses on an 
analysis of developmental timing, using the nematode C. elegans and 
the mouse as experimental organisms (see http://www.yale.edu/slack). 
The research involves a variety of different procedures including: 
PCR amplification, DNA sequencing, isolation and blot analysis of RNA 
and DNA, preparation of cosmid DNA, plasmid subcloning, microscopy, 
animal anatomy, genetic analysis, generation of transgenic animals, 
cytological analysis, immunostaining. Apart from routine operations, 
the successful applicant will be actively participating in ongoing 
research projects in the lab. The specific research project will 
depend on skills and experience of the candidate hired. Duties also 
include responsibility for overseeing frozen strain collection, and 
general laboratory organization. Requires B.S./B.A. degree in 
applicable science field, with a strong academic record. One year 
prior experience in either molecular biology or C. elegans genetics 
preferred. Excellent organizational and record-keeping skills, 
ability to work independently and troubleshoot are essential 
prerequisites. Experienced Research Assistants as well as recent 
graduates who are interested in gaining research experience, are 
encouraged to apply. The lab is seeking an energetic and highly 
motivated individual. The successful applicant will work in a very 
stimulating academic and cultural environment.
Interested persons should send their resume and the names of three 
references to:
Frank Slack, Dept of MCDB, Yale University, PO Box 208103, New Haven, 
CT, 06520-8103. email: frank.slack at yale.edu

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