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POSTDOC ASSOCIATE (Fox Chase Cancer Center - N. Johnson Lab)
Temple University HospitalPhiladelphia, PA
A Postdoctoral position is immediately available in the laboratory of Dr. Neil Johnson in the Molecular Therapeutics Program.
Senior Research Associate - Regulatory Science Molecular Analysis
Corteva AgriscienceDes Moines, IA
The Senior Research Associate will provide molecular analytical support and regulatory expertise for seed, grain and tissue representing trait products that enable registration of new products and defense of existing products in the market.
Full-time
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Associate Scientist, Molecular Pathology, CGR
Frederick National LaboratoryRockville, MD
WithinCGR, the Molecular and Digital Pathology Laboratory (MDPL) supports thegeneration of comprehensive data on histological and molecular profiling oftumors and their precursors including histology, various approaches forbiomarker analysis, spatial genomics, digital pathology, and image analysis.
Research Technician II - III
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center (Fred Hutch)Seattle, WA
Performing cell-culture experiments, molecular biology, and preparation of next-generation sequencing libraries.
Life Science Research Professional 2
Stanford MedicinePacifica, CA
the LSRP2 will perform tissue dissociation, flow cytometry, immunocytochemistry, tissue cryo-sectioning and basic molecular biology techniques.
Full-time
Post - Doctoral Fellow - Dahia Lab
Hospital for Special SurgeryNew York, NY
Post-Doctoral Fellow Dr. Chitra DahiaPostdoctoral Fellow position is available in the “Spine Development and Regeneration” laboratory of Dr. Chitra Dahia, to understand the cellular and molecular basis of intervertebral disc degeneration and associated back pain that affects millions of people worldwide, and to develop strategies for disc regeneration.
Full-time
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BFT - Research Assistant II for the Cutaneous Biology Research Center
Partners Healthcare SystemBoston, MA
The Research Technician will perform standard laboratory procedures in the lab of Dr. Gian Paolo Dotto at CBRC/MGH. This include routine molecular biology, histology/immunochemistry and/or flow cytometry in support of projects in cutaneous biology and skin cancer.
Post - Doctoral Associate
University of FloridaGainesville, FL
Applicants should have a strong background in microbiology, specifically bacteria, molecular biology, and animal infection.
Full-time
Life Science Research Professional 2
Stanford MedicineDublin, CA
In addition, the LSRP2 will competently perform tissue dissociation, flow cytometry, immunocytochemistry, tissue cryo-sectioning and basic molecular biology techniques to advance our research goals.
Full-time
Life Science Research Professional 2
Stanford MedicineJacksonville, FL
In addition, the LSRP2 will competently perform tissue dissociation, flow cytometry, immunocytochemistry, tissue cryo-sectioning and basic molecular biology techniques to advance our research goals.
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Life Science Research Professional 2
Stanford MedicineMontara, CA
In addition, the LSRP2 will competently perform tissue dissociation, flow cytometry, immunocytochemistry, tissue cryo-sectioning and basic molecular biology techniques to advance our research goals.
Full-time
Senior Scientist / Cell Biology
Aria PharmaceuticalsPalo Alto, CA
Deep knowledge of molecular biology, cell biology, and the drug discovery process, particularly lead validation through lead optimization stages
Life Science Research Professional 2
Stanford MedicineCampbell, CA
In addition, the LSRP2 will competently perform tissue dissociation, flow cytometry, immunocytochemistry, tissue cryo-sectioning and basic molecular biology techniques to advance our research goals.
Full-time
BFT - Research Assistant II for the Cutaneous Biology Research Center
Massachusetts General HospitalBoston, MA
GENERAL SUMMARY/ OVERVIEW STATEMENT:The Research Technician will perform standard laboratory procedures in the lab of Dr. Gian Paolo Dotto at CBRC/MGH. This include routine molecular biology, histology/immunochemistry and/or flow cytometry in support of projects in cutaneous biology and skin cancer.
$14.3 - $22.8 an hour Full-time
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It’s arguably a good predicament to have. You’ve applied to many jobs, interviewed multiple times, and now find yourself with two legit job offers. Nice! But although this is a feel-good validation of everything you have to offer, a daunting choice lies ahead. How do you decide which job will be the best fit for you?

RA, Internal Pharmacology
ActalentRedwood City, CA
Experience with sterile tissue culture, molecular and basic cellular biology techniques such as ELISA, FACS, WESTERN BLOT, NANO STRING, and PCR preferred.
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