Duke University LAB RESEARCH ANALYST I - NEURO ONCOLOGY in Durham, North Carolina
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1888 LAB RESEARCH ANALYST I
Conduct a variety of investigations in the planning, development and implementation of experimental procedures within the overall scope of a research project at Duke University.
Design and perform work related to experiments on mouse models, including injections, surgery, monitoring behavior, and collection and preparation of tissues for histological analyses, RNA/DNA/protein isolation.
Design and preform a variety of technical assays, including PCR, q-PCR, Western blotting, ELISAs, gel electrophoresis, and cell culture.
Operate laboratory equipment required for specific tests.
Document, compile, analyze, and draw tentative conclusions from experimental results.
Confer with principal investigator in determining specific experiment to be included in the and discuss the interpretation of results Collect information and data through observation, experimentation and Supervise, train and instruct residents, interns, students or lower level personnel.
Prepare tissue and specimens for complex procedures
Evaluate and interpret collected data and prepare reports and analyses.
Review journals, abstracts and scientific literature to keep abreast of new developments and to obtain information regarding previous experiments to aid in the design and development of original procedures and techniques.
LAB RESEARCH ANALYST I - NEURO ONCOLOGY
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Work requires a bachelor's degree in botany, biology, zoology or other directly related scientific field.
Work requires two years of research experience. A related master's degree may offset required years of experience on a 1:1 basis, e.g., a two year master's degree in lieu of two years of experience. OR AN EQUIVALENT COMBINATION OF RELEVANT EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE