The Cichowski laboratory, a lab within BWH and the Dana-Farber Harvard Cancer
Center, is searching for motivated individuals to fill 1-2 Research Assistant
positions. Our laboratory utilizes biochemical, cellular and mouse modeling
approaches to elucidate mechanisms that drive cancer. We then use this insight
to develop and test promising therapies with the goal of ultimately
translating our findings to the clinic. This is a superb opportunity for
someone who is interested in working in a cutting-edge, academic basic
research setting on projects with high clinical relevance. This laboratory has
a long tradition of integrating research assistants into all scientific
aspects of the lab and mentoring them to achieve their career goals.
As a Research Assistant you will be part of a preclinical development team and
your responsibilities will include executing cell culture experiments, mouse
colony management, administering therapeutic agents, and utilizing basic
biochemical, molecular biology and imaging techniques to assess efficacy and
elucidate mechanisms of action (western blotting, quantitative PCR, cloning,
CRISPR editing, possibly ChiP-seq, RNA-seq).
B.S. in biological or chemical science is required.
Some experience with mice and tissue culture and/or molecular techniques is
elucidating the molecular pathogenesis of hepatobiliary cancers.
The candidate will work within a multidisciplinary team of
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of hepatobiliary cancers.
She has extensive experience in cancer genomics with
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