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Research Technician C

Research Technician C

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Einstein/Resnick - Bronx
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1199 Union
Cell Biology
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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.


  • Protein expression and purification
  • Lipid stock and liposome preparation
  • Virus stock preparation and titering
  • Radioactive virus preparation
  • plasmid preparation
  • molecular cloning
  • maintaining tissue culture cells
  • lab organization and ordering 
  • maintain lab plasmid and methods records
  • preparing stock solutions


The person will:

  • perform simple or moderately complex technical procedures
  • require only infrequent guidance
  • may frequently be responsible for ordering supplies and equipment for the laboratory
  • may occasionally train or guide other technical personnel
  • may modify experimental protocols
  • occasionally analyze and interpret data
  • may make occasional written contributions to papers and grant proposals.*
  • An understanding of moderately complex scientific literature and moderate understanding of research goals and rationale is required.


*May not be applicable.


  • Required to have at least a Bachelor’s Degree in a related science or equivalent skills and experience, and 2 to 4 1/2 years of experience.

  • Must have strong scientific background including, lab work, with excellent quantitative and organizational skills.
  • Specific experience in Virology is not required.
  • Must have basic understanding to be able to read and understand relevant papers, protocols, and operating manuals related to research to eventually participate and contribute to weekly lab meetings