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Biology Laboratory Technician& Administrative Assistant at Dr. Bueler‘s lab
Publisher:喻庆勇  Time2016-12-23 View:103

Job Description

  1. Westudy the molecular and cellular mechanisms of Parkinson’s disease pathogenesis using genetically modified cells and knockout mice. We use a variety of molecular, cellular and biochemical techniques, including sub-cloning in E. coli, isolation of DNA and RNA, tissue culture, transient and stable transfection of mammalian cells, analysis of mRNA and protein expression in cells and tissues (e.g. RT-PCR, Western blot, immunoprecipitation, flow cytometry), production of recombinant AAV viral vectors for in vivo gene transfer, immunohistochemistry, histology and cell metabolic analyses.

  2. Technician is expected to carry out experiments exactly, effectively and with care, and maintain detailed and timely records of the work in a lab journal.

  3. Administrative duties include ordering of reagents, keeping up-to-date records of orders and lab spending, helping with completion and submission (forms) of research grants and university budgets, and handling of payments and reimbursements by university.

  4. Technician/Administrative Assistant will workunder the guidance and supervision of the principal investigator and/or other lab members.

Application Requirements:

  1. Applicants should have aBatchelor or Master degree in biology or a closely related field and be interested to work in a dynamic research environment and group.

  2. The position requires reasonable oral and written English skills for communication with the professor and excellent Chinese to work with university personnel.

  3. The selected candidatewill be introduced to theadministrative aspects of the work by the current holder of the position and is expected to start work no later than June 1, 2015.

To apply please send your CV in Englishwith publications (if applicable), list of previously mastered techniques/methods and other skills relevant to this position, and the names and contact details of at least two references with whom you worked to our research, group and publicationsis available at the following websites: and