A Research Assistant position is currently available in the
laboratory of Eric Lambie, Department of Biological Sciences at
Dartmouth College, located in beautiful Hanover, NH. Research in my
lab employs a combination of genetics, molecular biology, and cell
biology to investigate the regulation of cell division, using the
nematode C. elegans as an experimental organism. Specific procedures
utilized include PCR amplification, DNA sequencing, preparation of
plasmid and cosmid DNA, plasmid subcloning, genetic analysis,
generation of transgenic nematode strains, western blotting analysis
and immunostaining. The particular research emphasis will depend on
the skills and experience of the candidate hired. Duties also include
media preparation and general laboratory organization.Commensurate
with the successful candidate's qualifications this position may be
filled at a variety of levels including: Research Assistant B,
Research Technician, and Laboratory Technician A. Requires B.S./B.A.
degree in applicable science field. Experience in either molecular
biology or C. elegans genetics preferred; microscopy experience a
plus. Excellent organizational and record-keeping skills, high
motivation level and ability to work independently are important.
Interested individuals should submit cover letter and resume to:
Dartmouth College, Office of Human
Resources, Attention: Position #639100, 7 Lebanon St., Suite 203,
Hanover, NH 03755, or e-mail to
human.resources.employment at dartmouth.edu.
Dartmouth College is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action
employer. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.