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[Celegans] Research technician position, C. elegans lab, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Research Foundation

Chiou-Fen Chuang cchuang at mail.rockefeller.edu
Mon Oct 9 01:03:04 EST 2006

Research technician position, C. elegans lab, Cincinnati Children's 
Hospital Research Foundation

A research technician position is available in a new laboratory in 
the Division of Developmental Biology at Cincinnati Children's 
Hospital Research Foundation beginning in December.  We are 
interested in understanding the molecular mechanisms by which 
functional neural circuits are assembled, using the small roundworm 
Caenorhabditis elegans as an experimental organism.  The lab uses a 
multidisciplinary approach that integrates genetics, molecular 
biology, cell biology, electrophysiology, and imaging to address this 
question.  Please visit 
to learn more about the lab.

The primary responsibility is to help the PI set up and organize a 
new research lab.  Other duties include maintaining frozen worm 
strain collection, overseeing equipment procurement and maintenance, 
ordering and stocking of lab supplies, assisting budget control, and 
managing lab safety programs.  Requires a BS in life science with 
practical laboratory experience in molecular biology or genetics. 
Experience with C. elegans is preferred but is not essential.  The 
lab is seeking an energetic and highly motivated individual, who is 
capable of multi-tasking.  The successful applicant will work in a 
very stimulating academic and cultural environment, and will have the 
opportunity to assist with experiments and contribute as an author on 
publications.  This is a three-year position that may be extended if 
additional grant funds are secured.  Part-time position will also be 
considered.  Interested persons should send a resume and names of 
three references to Dr. Chiou-Fen Chuang at 
chioufen.chuang at alumni.caltech.edu.


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