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The Cell Biology Department is conducting research which the mechanisms of virus infection and virus assembly, using non-pathogenic RNA viruses as model systems to study these processes at the molecular level. The Kielian Lab is looking to hire a Research Technician C to assist in our multi-disciplinary research projects in molecular virology. The position involves training in and use of a wide variety of methods in molecular biology, protein biochemistry, cell biology, and virology, and includes general lab organization and maintenance. The lab has interesting research opportunities with a collaborative and friendly atmosphere. Candidates should be willing to make a two-year commitment.
Research Technician in Molecular Virology, Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Our research addresses the mechanisms of virus infection and virus assembly, using non-pathogenic viruses as model systems to study these processes at the molecular level. We are looking to hire a laboratory research technician to assist in our multi-disciplinary research projects in molecular virology (https://sites.google.com/site/kielianlab/ ).
Research on viral entry and exit pathways is critical to understanding the interactions of viral and host cell proteins during infection and to the development of new antiviral therapies. Our research focuses primarily on alphaviruses and flaviviruses, virus groups that include important human pathogens such as dengue, West Nile, and chikungunya viruses. The position involves training in and use of a wide variety of methods in molecular biology, protein biochemistry, cell biology, and virology. The position includes general lab organization, ordering, and maintenance of computer-based records of methods and reagents. The lab has many interesting research opportunities and a collaborative and friendly atmosphere. The technician will be expected to participate in the scientific activities of the laboratory, including attendance at lab meetings and preparation and presentation of research results. Candidates should be willing to make a two-year commitment, and must be available for an interview in New York.
Our lab is in the Cell Biology Department of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, a major research institution with outstanding core research facilities. The Einstein campus is located in a pleasant residential Bronx community accessible by subway and express bus. Einstein offers competitive salaries and excellent benefits.
To apply, please email a detailed CV and the names and contact information for 2-3 references that are familiar with your experimental skills.
Required to have at least a Bachelor’s Degree in a related science or equivalent skills and experience, and 0 to 2 years of experience.
A strong research background and research experience are preferred, but specific experience in virology is not required. Of greatest importance is a keen drive and interest in helping us advance our research in virus infection mechanisms.