Research Opportunity Overview:|
A Research Technician II position is available in the Viral Vaccines Program. The NIH funded research projects involve molecular, biochemical, virological and immunological analyses to understand B cell immunology in the context of HIV infection and during candidate vaccine-evaluation.
The position requires participation in diverse projects. The ideal candidate will have experience with diverse molecular and immunological methodologies and assays, as well mammalian protein expression in mammalian systems and purification methodologies. Prior experience with recombinant antibody production is highly desirable.
Seattle BioMed is closely affiliated with the University of Washington and the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and benefits from the expertise of a number of key collaborations. Our research facility is located in the fast-developing South Lake Union “biotechnology hub” that is home to many research organizations on the forefront of life science research. In addition to an exciting work environment, Seattle BioMed offers a competitive benefits package.
PCR, DNA cloning, and restriction fragment subcloning
Western Blot, ELISA and other Immunological assays
Cell culture of established cell lines and of primary cells
Mammalian recombinant protein expression and purification
Successful Candidates will have:
BS or MS in Biological Sciences
Possess strong organizational and time management skills as well as the ability to prioritize competing priorities in a complex and fast paced environment
Ability to work independently and be self-motivated
Seattle Biomedical Research Institute - 19 months ago
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