Temp Research Associate, Auditory, Molecular Biology
We are seeking a talented, creative Research Associate to join Regeneron’s Auditory research team. You will be involved in basic research studies designed to understand and treat the biology behind various forms of deafness and hearing impairment. The group is working towards genetic therapies to treat these disorders.
In this role, a typical day may include:
Conducting basic and advanced molecular biology techniques, including DNA, RNA and protein extraction and purification, cloning of cDNAs, CRISPR-associated technologies for in vitro applications, and quantitative PCR.
Routine culture of mammalian cells.
Performing microscopy, specifically brightfield and confocal microscopy.
Presentation of data and participate in group discussions in our collaborative, cross-functional team environment.
This role may be for you if you:
Enjoy exploring uncharted scientific territory
Can work well both independently and in a team
Have strong communication and presentation skills
Are a highly motivated and rigorous scientist
To be considered for this role, you must have a B.S. and 0-4 years of relevant experience. We are looking for someone with DNA, RNA and protein extraction and subsequent molecular analyses is required. Maintenance of accurate, up-to-date electronic lab records is required.
Experience working with mammalian cell culture is preferred. Familiarity with software and programs associated with job functions, including Prism, ImageJ or other image analysis platforms. Familiarity with publicly available online resources is helpful (ie.UCSC Genome Browser). We are willing to teach methods of molecular biology, advanced cell culture, microscopy, cell culture, primary culture and in vitro assays.
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