Posted on June 13, 2017
General lab cleanliness, microplate assays, animal husbandry, western blots, real time PCR, genotyping, and other lab related tasks.
A willingness to learn, ability to follow multi-step protocols, and a positive attitude.
Previous micro-pipetting experience or other lab related experience is a plus but not required.
Faculty Mentor or Sponsor
This is a great opportunity to work in a productive lab with multiple grants. We are focused on the development and treatment of fatty liver disease. Three to four hour blocks of time during the hours of 8am-5pm M-F is preferred.
If interested, send the following information: Name, year in school, major, hours available to work this semester, hours available to work this summer, any lab experience you have, and a resume in an email to: Grace Meers at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include "Undergraduate student position" in the subject line.
We encourage students to include a resume or transcript when e-mailing a faculty mentor to apply for a posted position.