Contributing to our mission of advancing the science of orthopedic surgery, rheumatology, and related disciplines, you will conduct research within the overall scope of sponsored research activities of the Principal Investigator.
Responsibilities include but not limited:
- Planning experiments and selecting or development of protocols for running experiments and implementation these experiments to succeed the aims described in grants and for publication; collaboration with co-workers from the lab and other institutions; ability to work in multi-project environment;
- Designing experimental procedures/protocols in research involving molecular biology techniques, cell culture, histology, and/or immunological assays including but not limited: working knowledge of cell culture protocols with primary cells and established cell lines; DNA dequencing; DNA/RNA extraction; different molecular, biochemistry and immunological techniques;
- Maintain appropriate databases, keeping accurate written and computerized records and ensure that these records are stored in a safe place, and to maintain the confidentiality of all electronically stored experimental data;
- Ability to work with the scientific literature, presentation of experimental data; preparing progress reports and presentations,
- Participating in laboratory meetings, national and international conferences;
- Assisting with preparation of manuscripts, presentations, grant proposals and other written documents;
- Assist in the supervision of student projects as needed and help new team members, graduate students. If required to assist in training and to provide expert advice.