We are seeking a highly-motivated and skilled Research Technician who will be responsible for providing high-level technical support for ongoing research efforts in Dr. Nathanael Gray’s lab (https://graylab.dana-farber.org/). The goals of our research program are to advance a large portfolio of small molecule inhibitors and degraders targeting cancer drivers to gain new biological insights and pharmacologically validate targets. This is an exceptional opportunity to join a team that is pushing the boundaries of targeted protein degradation research and accelerating the translation of basic science into clinical solutions. Join our highly interactive team of scientists and technicians to work on testing and creating new avenues of therapeutic intervention.
We are seeking applicants to contribute to both conceptual and technical aspects of the project and assist scientists in performing scientific research, development and/or clinical tasks of varying complexity. The applicant will perform independent studies to evaluate small molecule inhibitors degraders in cancer model systems as well as assist in the set-up, operation and maintenance of laboratory instruments and equipment, monitoring experiments, making observations and calculating and recording results. The applicant should be able to work independently and be comfortable problem solving.
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