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The Parish Lab Is looking for a research associate to work within the core assay group supporting the drug discovery program for tuberculosis. Work will encompass a range of activities including maintenance of bacterial cultures, running phenotypic assays, assisting with microbiological and cellular assays, data handling using a variety of computer software and laboratory information systems, recording procedures, outcomes and observations, and troubleshooting. Work with Mycobacterium tuberculosis under Biosafety Level 3 conditions will be required.
Perform laboratory procedures as part of ongoing research projects. Responsibilities include performing the required experimentation, making detailed observations, analyzing data, interpreting results, and assisting in planning experiments as appropriate.
- Bachelor’s Degree in microbiology, infectious disease, or related field
- Minimum one (1) year of full-time laboratory research experience.
- Previous experience with techniques in microbiology or molecular biology
- Familiarity with computers, including data entry and spreadsheets
- Experience analyzing data using spreadsheets and statistical analysis.
- Knowledge of basic microbiology
- Knowledge of accepted laboratory techniques and record keeping
- Knowledge of software applications, proficiency using MS Office (Outlook, Word, Excel & Access), and ability to learn new software programs
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