Medical Research Specialist I

Job Description

Be involved with the day-to-day running of the research laboratory. - Training graduate and undergraduate students. Be instrumental in research projects, data collection, data management, grant management and the preparation of initial manuscripts, grants and other outputs, contributing significantly to the research output of the University. - Responsible for conducting routine maintenance and supervision of training students and faculty of department flow cytometry. -Responsible for breeding normal and knockout strains of mice and managing sufficient stuck to carry out research projects. - Carry out administrative and management work associated with laboratory organization and functioning and research, grants and publications. - Conduct and execute various research experiments. - Perform necessary data analysis, including the statistical analysis, and be involved in interpretation and communication of main results and their preparation for publication and future research grants. - Be responsible for maintenance and troubleshooting of all laboratory equipment. - Carry out administrative work associated with laboratory research, like consumables inventories, ordering and procurement of laboratory supplies and consumables, etc. - Ensure that safe laboratory practices are followed by students - Hands-on experience with laboratory animals is a must - Conduct experiments involving EAE induction and follow up disease development in mice. - Independently conduct and perform of all experiments related to all the projects - Trouble shoot and analyze the day-to-day results. - Assisting students and PI Projects in conducting experiments involving intra and surface staining in preparation for flow cytometry analysis. - Perform mammalian cell isolation and primary cell culture methodologies - Experience in molecular biology techniques including semi quantitative and real time PCR, RNA, cDNA, gDNA from mouse tissues in preparation/extraction and gel electrophoresis, immunocytochemistry, ELISA, cell culture, and extracting lymphocytes from mice spinal cord and other tissues. - Experience in next generation sequencing techniques, including microbiome profiling. Bioinformatic skill is a plus.

Minimum Qualification

minimum requirement is having master’s degree in immunology/microbiology/molecular biology/biotechnology

Preferred Qualification

minimum requirement is having master’s degree in immunology/microbiology/molecular biology/biotechnology

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