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Research Associate in the Biology Department at Duke University
The Alberts lab in the Biology Department at Duke University is looking for a lab technician to assist with the radioimmunoassay of baboon fecal hormones. This is a full time position, starting in July 2021, with funding for one year.
Responsibilities and Requirements:
- Assist with the laboratory procedures for the extraction, purification and analysis of hormones from baboon feces.
- Assist with data entry in Microsoft Office.
- Assist with organization of the samples in the freezers.
- Successful applicant must enjoy working in a laboratory setting and be able to work independently.
- Excellent organizational skills strongly desired.
- High level of accuracy and attention to details essential.
- Prior laboratory experience specifically with radioimmunoassay desired.
- Familiarity with Excel preferred.
For more information about our lab and our work, see https://sites.duke.edu/albertslab/
If interested, email resume to Laurence Gesquiere, email@example.com
Link to job: https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/18864
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