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The Jänne laboratory at Lowe Center for Thoracic Oncology is searching for a motivated individual for a Research Technician position. The person would work in conjunction with other technicians, scientists, and post-doctoral fellows, aiding in mammalian cell culture based studies examining the effects of various molecular targeted agents in lung cancer. In this role, the technician would perform routine molecular biology techniques, including drug screens and various target inhibition assays, cell culture, viral transduction, protein chemistry, PCR, and cloning.
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