Research Technician I-Ii
Seattle , WA 98113
Posted 3 weeks ago
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The Cerosaletti lab is seeking a Research Technician to support projects investigating the genetics of allergy, using human samples to determine the effects of genetic variants on the allergic immune response. Research is conducted in a highly collaborative atmosphere, both within the lab and the institution.
- Initiate and conduct experimental protocols with minimal instruction. Perform chemical, physical, or biological analyses following written protocols.
Preparing fractionated samples from blood using sterile techniques. Operating a variety of laboratory instruments such as flow cytometers, spectrometers, electrophoresis equipment, radiation counters, PCR machines, measuring instruments and devices. Preparing laboratory reagents, chemicals, stocks, cultures and cell lines.
Conduct lab ordering and associated records. Maintain lab notebook, including gathering, organizing, analyzing, and interpreting data. Prepare presentations for lab meeting and data for progress reports, and manuscripts. Confer with other scientific personnel; attend seminars and participate in lab meetings and journal club.
- BA/BS in a scientific field. Strong mathematical, computer, data analysis, and statistical analysis skills.
Knowledge of proper operation of complex laboratory instruments and equipment. Good verbal and writing skills, and have the ability to work both independently and in a team environment. Successful completion and documentation of experiments involving mammalian tissue culture and multiparameter flow cytometry required.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, citizenship, disability or protected veteran status.